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Leeds United midfielder Paul Green is back in contention after missing the game at Manchester City at the weekend.

Green has returned to training after suffering an ankle injury on the eve of the Man City game.

Sam Byram and Rodolph Austin both picked up knocks at Man City but are expected to be fit for the game.

Paddy Kenny is expected to return to the starting line-up after being rested at the weekend.

Leeds will once again be without the long-term injured Leigh Bromby and Adam Drury.

New Blackpool manager Paul Ince takes charge of his first game and he is likely to recall son Tom who was dropped to the bench in the weekend defeat at Ipswich Town.

Defender Bob Harris is once again expected to miss out through injury and Ian Evatt is out long-term.

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Date:Tuesday February 19 2013
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