Leeds United boss Neil Warnock could make changes for the Capital One cup tie against Oxford United on Tuesday night.
Warnock could give an opportunity to a number of players who have filled the bench so far this season. Jamie Ashdown, Patrick Kisnorbo, Michael Brown, Dominic Poleon and Andy Gray will all be hoping for a first start of the season.
Former Leeds defender Michael Duberry will miss out on a return to Elland Road after undergoing neck surgery earlier this month.
Lee Cox is expected to be missing again after sitting out the weekend win over Plymouth Argyle with a groin injury.
Peter Leven and Andy Whing are also still sidelined through injury.
Deane Smalley and Jake Forster-Caskey will be hoping to shake off knocks the picked up in the weekend win over Plymouth.
Oxford boss Chris Wilder does have options in attack. James Constable could replace Smalley in attack and Jean-Paul Pittman is also pushing for a start after returning from injury with an appearance from the bench on Saturday.
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