LUFC Bristol City v Leeds Team News
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will check on a number of players before the trip to Bristol City on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny and defender Lee Peltier have not trained all week after picking up injuries in the win over Nottingham Forest last weekend and the pair are expected to sit out again.
Warnock will also check on a number of walking wounded.
Defenders Tom Lees and Jason Pearce both finished the game with Everton with bandaged heads after picking up head wounds but both should play.
Adam Drury and Luciano Becchio continue to carry knocks but they are also expected to be in the squad.
David Norris, Paul Green, Leigh Bromby, Davide Somma and Ramon Nunez all remain long-term absentees.
Bristol City could give a debut to defender George Elokobi.
Elokobi joined on loan from Wolves in the week after Greg Cunningham was ruled out long-term with a ruptured ankle tendon.
Cole Skuse once again looks set to miss out after being stretchered off at Peterborough earlier this month.
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