LUFC Leeds v Bolton Team News
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock is hoping to welcome back the trio that missed the disappointing defeat at Hull City on Saturday for the visit of Bolton Wanderers.
Leading goalscorer Luciano Becchio dropped to the bench with a thigh injury and Warnock expects the striker to be back in contention.
Jerome Thomas and El Hadji Diouf were rested at Hull and they will come back into contention for a starting place.
Defender Lee Peltier is once again a doubt as he recovers from a persistent groin injury.
Aidy White will miss the game after he picked up his fifth yellow card of the season at Hull and an automatic one-match suspension.
Leigh Bromby and Ramon Nunez remain long-term absentees.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman is once again without a number of players and he has a few are carrying knocks going into the game.
Striker David Ngog missed the win over Birmingham City at the weekend with an ankle injury and he is once again a doubt.
Fellow striker Benik Ofebe is also struggling through injury. Ofebe, on loan from Arsenal, is struggling with a hamstring injury and he will be assessed before the game.
Midfielder Keith Andrews is expected to start despite suffering with an Achilles injury.
Freedman is still without Matt Mills, David Wheater, Mark Davies, Stuart Holden and Josh Vela through injury.
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