Date: 15th January 2010 at 11:42am
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Leeds United are almost back to full strength for the long trip to Exeter City on Saturday.

Andy Hughes is available again after missing last week through an hamstring injury.

Ben Parker who as been out since the opening day of the season when they played Exeter, came through nearly 70 minutes in a reserve game in midweek but is not expected to feature in this game.

Shane Higgs is now the only long term injured as he still struggles to recover from the thigh injury that as kept him out since October.

The reserves won 6-1 in midweek, so a number of players will have pushed themselves into recognition on the back of that performance, including Mike Grella who scored two goals.

Exeter sold defender Danny Seaborne to Southampton on Thursday, so Rob Edwards is expected to come into the defence.

Barry Corr who was sent off at Elland Road on the opening day is suspended as is On-loan defender Troy Archibald-Henville.


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