Date:Monday February 13 2006
Leeds fans has received a boost after striker Rob Hulse declared himself fit for the clash with Watford on Tuesday night.
It was feared that Hulse, who had been nursing a hip problem, would need surgery but he ruled himself available to face the high-flying Hornets.
But on the black side, Richard Cresswell requires another knee operation. Cresswell is expected to undergo surgery this week after breaking down in training on Friday, just weeks after returning from a three-month lay-off due to ruptured knee ligaments.
David Healy is available again after suspension and Ian Moore could start against Watford after he appeared as a second-half substitute at Pride Park.
Frazer Richardson is edging back to full fitness following a hamstring injury, but is not quite ready with Matt Kilgallon (knee) and Steve Stone (Achilles) both long-term absentees.
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