LUFC Reading v Leeds Team News
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will make changes for the trip to Reading on Friday.
Warnock will be forced into three changes with Adam Clayton and Paul Connolly joining Darren O`Dea out through suspension.
Aidan White is expected to be out for the remainder of the season with an ankle injury with Danny Webber, Ramon Nunez and Robbie Rogers fighting to replace White on the wing.
Youngster Zac Thompson is expected to replace either Connolly or Clayton and Leigh Bromby could make his first start in a month following injury.
Warnock has also reported a few of the players have been laid low this week with a virus.
Davide Somma and Patrick Kisnorbo remain long-term absentees through injury.
Reading are hopeful that midfielders Jimmy Kebe and Jem Karacan can overcome knocks they received in the win at West Ham last week.
Fellow midfielder Jay Tabb is not expected to play after picking up a hip injury at West Ham.
Goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen is once again expected to remain on the sidelines with former Leeds United loan goalkeeper Alex McCarthy replacing him on the bench.
Defenders Joseph Mills and Matthew Connolly remain on the sidelines with long-term injuries.
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