Date: 10th February 2011 at 7:58pm
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Leeds United boss Simon Grayson will give new loan signing Eric Lichaj his debut at Bristol City on Saturday.

The right back who joined from Aston Villa this week will come in for Paul Connolly who was forced off with a hamstring injury during last weekends 1-0 win over Coventry City.

Grayson has no other fresh injury worries with Sanchez Watt (hamstring) and Patrick Kisnorbo (Achilles) both still on the sidelines.

Robert Snodgrass, Davide Somma and Ramon Nunez all return from midweek international duty and Grayson will assess their fitness when they return to the club on Friday.

Bristol City are hoping to welcome back striker Nicky Maynard.

Last seasons top scorer at the club with 21 goals, has yet to play this season after undergoing knee surgery.

Jamal Campbell-Ryce (hamstring) and Cole Skuse (toe) missed last weekends 4-0 win at Preston through injury and are once again doubtful.

Jon Stead is once again missing after undergoing ankle surgery.


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