Team news ahead of Saturday`s crucial League One encounter between Leeds United and Cheltenham Town at Elland Road.
Leeds United welcome back Jonathan Douglas on Saturday after he missed Tuesday night`s defeat at Hereford United.
Carl Dickinson has returned to Stoke City after his loan spell finished in midweek.
Jermaine Beckford sits out the last game of his three match suspension.
Frazer Richardson and Andy Hughes who have been playing at right back this season are both still out injured, Dickinson filled in at right back on Tuesday but now he`s returned to Stoke who will fill in that role?
Simon Grayson may decide to make some wholesale changes after two disappointing defeats in the last week.
Cheltenham have been struggling with lots of injuries in the last few months and Shane Duff and Drissa Diallo are both close to a return but not quite ready for Saturday.
Damien Spencer, Ashley Vincent and Lloyd Owusu are all struggling with injuries and may face late fitness tests.
Nicholas Bignall has extended his loan from Reading, he scored the winner against Leeds for Northampton Town in November when he was on loan with the Cobblers.
Cheltenham have brought in another Reading youngster on loan with Michail Antonio joining on Thursday.
Lee Ridley serves the second game of his three match ban.
Leeds will welcome Ian Westlake back to the club having left the Whites for Cheltenham in January after spending the previous month on loan there.
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