LUFC Leeds v Bristol City Team News
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock must decide whether to make changes from the side that beat Birmingham City in midweek for Saturday`s game with Bristol City.
Warnock made six changes in midweek from the team that was beaten at Barnsley last weekend.
Michael Tonge and Ross Barkley both come back into contention after being ineligible in midweek.
Adam Drury will definitely be replaced in the side after he limped out of the game at Birmingham with an ankle injury.
Striker Luciano Becchio is back in training after he missed the trip to Birmingham through illness.
Leigh Bromby and Ramon Nunez remain long-term absentees.
New Bristol City boss Sean O`Driscoll will assess the fitness of a number of players.
Marvin Elliott, Matthew Bates and Lewis Nyatanga are all doubts with injuries.
Stephen McManus has returned to Middlesbrough after his loan spell ended after last weekend`s defeat to Leicester City.
Albert Adomah is away on international duty at the African Cup of Nations.
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