Leeds United travel to Kettering Town on Sunday for a tricky FA Cup second round tie, they are full of confidence after securing their sixth straight win in midweek.
Kettering on the other hand come into the game on the back of two defeats at home in the past week.
The Poppies could make a number of changes for the tie, they welcome new loan signings Kithson Bain, Ritchie Partridge, Marcus Kelly and Sol Davis.
A number of players also left the club in midweek, Damian Spencer (Kidderminster), Exodus Geohaghon (Peterborough) and forward Franny Green (Oxford United.)
Craig Dobson who also arrived in midweek and James Dance are both cup tied.
James Jennings will be missing with a knee injury.
Former Leeds striker Anthony Elding will be looking forward to lining up against his former club.
The Whites brought three players in on loan in midweek, Tony Capaldi, David Martin and Hogan Ephraim all joining.
Only Tony Capaldi as been given permission to play by his parent club, he could replace Andy Hughes who suffered a groin injury in the midweek win over Orient.
Fellow loan players Sam Vokes and Max Gradel will both be missing due to the terms of their loan deals.
Both Luciano Becchio and Jason Crowe came through 90 minutes for the reserves after long term injuries and will be pushing for a start.
Still out are Ben Parker, Richard Naylor, Bradley Johnson and Shane Higgs.
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