Date: 3rd January 2011 at 3:20pm
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The latest team news ahead of the game at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday night between Cardiff City and Leeds United.

Jon Parkin is not expected to make his debut for Cardiff.

The striker signed from Preston North End on New Year`s Day and is struggling with an ankle injury.

Leading goalscorer Jay Bothroyd was again forced to miss the trip to Bristol City with a hamstring injury and is currently unsettled at the club having been linked with a move away.

Cardiff manager Dave Jones may make changes after his side suffered their second heavy away defeat in four days.

Leeds will definitely be without Neil Kilkenny who as joined up with the Australia squad ahead of the Asia cup starting in Qatar on Friday.

Robert Snodgrass could be struggling, the winger was forced off early in the game with Middlesbrough on Saturday after suffering a number of heavy tackles.

Richard Naylor and Patrick Kisnorbo remain the only long term injured.


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