Leeds United boss Neil Warnock is boosted by the addition of Alan Tate and Jerome Thomas to the squad for the game with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The duo have both signed for the club on loan from Swansea City and West Brom respectively and they will give Warnock options.
Youngster Dominic Poleon is also back in the squad having been recalled from his loan spell with Bury.
Michael Brown is added to the squad having served a one-match suspension last weekend.
Striker Ross McCormack returned to the side last weekend as a second half substitute and is once again expected to be amongst the substitutes.
Luke Varney joins Jason Pearce on the sidelines through suspension.
Varney serves the first of a three-match ban for his sending off at Millwall whilst Pearce misses his second game of a three-match suspension.
Davide Somma remains on the sidelines after returning to training recently following a long-term injury.
Leigh Bromby, Ramon Nunez and Rodolph Austin all remain on the sidelines through injury.
Ian Holloway brings his Crystal Palace side to Elland Road unbeaten in fourteen games and they sit proudly at the top of the championship.
Holloway as no fresh injury worries from the side that beat Derby County last weekend.
Jonny Williams is nearing a return from a hamstring injury whilst Paddy McCarthy remains the only long-term absentee.
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