LUFC Warnock latest on injuries
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock could be sweating on the fitness of players ahead of the trip to Burnley on Tuesday night.
Tom Lees was withdrawn in the first half after being caught with a finger in his eye, whilst Lee Peltier and Michael Tonge continue to struggle with their respective injuries. Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Warnock said, "Lees got a nasty finger in his eye and he could not see out of it. Peltier was struggling a bit and Tonge`s shoulder went a bit."
Luciano Becchio will be hoping to be back in the starting eleven on Tuesday night.
The Argentinian striker scored for a second game in a row after coming off the bench.
Ryan Hall is still waiting for his first start since signing from Southend United last month.
The winger has played just eight minutes so far for Leeds in the four games he has been amongst the substitutes.
Paul Green and David Norris will also be pushing for a place in the Leeds midfield.
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