Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is waiting on the fitness of defender Andy O`Brien for the trip to Hull City on Tuesday night.
O`Brien hasn`t featured since suffering a hamstring injury in the FA Cup replay with Arsenal two weeks ago.
Sanchez Watt suffered a hamstring injury in the draw at Portsmouth last time out and is doubtful for the game.
Neil Kilkenny returned to Leeds on Monday after featuring for Australia in the Asian Cup for the past month and is not likely to feature.
Patrick Kisnorbo is Leeds only long-term injury as he continues his rehabilitation from Achilles surgery.
Hull have no fresh injury worries from the side that drew with Queens Park Rangers at the weekend.
Aaron McLean is expected to be fit after taking a knock in the game and being replaced by former Leeds player Nicky Barmby.
Nolberto Solano is hoping to be added to the squad after shaking off a thigh injury.
Long serving Ian Ashbee left the KC Stadium on Monday to join former boss Phil Brown at Preston after being left out of the Rangers game.
Caleb Folan, Vito Mannone and Richard Garcia are all still missing with long-term injuries.
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