Leeds United boss Neil Warnock may have to make changes to his squad for the trip to Burnley on Tuesday night.
Defender Tom Lees was forced off in the first half of the game at Brighton on Friday night with an eye injury and the club are awaiting the results of a scan.
Lee Peltier and Michael Tonge continue to struggle with the injuries that have plagued them in the past month and will once again be assessed ahead of the game.
Luciano Becchio will be pushing for a place in attack after being amongst the substitutes in the last two games.
Becchio has been replaced in the starting eleven by Luke Varney who is also struggling.
Leigh Bromby, Ross McCormack, Davide Somma and Ramon Nunez all remain long-term absentees.
Burnley are hopeful that Ross Wallace will be passed fit to play after picking up a head injury in the win over Wolves at the weekend.
New Burnley boss Sean Dyche is also expected to give late tests to Marvin Bartley and Chris McCann.
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