Date: 25th October 2011 at 8:28pm
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Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is hoping to welcome Robert Snodgrass back to the side for the trip to Birmingham City on Wednesday night.

Snodgrass was forced to miss the weekend win over Peterborough United with a back injury but the midfielder has returned to training this week.

If Snodgrass does not start, Lloyd Sam will be hoping for his first start of the season after impressing from the bench on Saturday.

Andy Lonergan, Davide Somma and Zac Thompson remain on the sidelines through injury.

Birmingham look set to be without Wade Elliott and Pablo Ibanez again after the pair missed the visit to Bristol City on Sunday after suffering injury in last weeks Europa League game in Brugge.

Jordan Mutch remains on the sidelines through injury.

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