Leeds United boss Neil Warnock says he expects to make two or three changes to the side that lost to Derby County on Monday when they entertain Peterborough United on Saturday.
Warnock will have to make one enforced change with midfielder Michael Brown suspended for three games following his sending off against Derby.
Adam Clayton is expected to replace him in midfield having completed his two-match suspension.
The Leeds boss would still like to take a look at a few players who he has yet to give a chance to since arriving at Elland Road.
Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Warnock said, “I will be looking at two or three changes just to have a little look at players.”
Zac Thompson will once again be missing has he serves the second game of his three match suspension for his sending off at Reading.
Patrick Kisnorbo, Andy O`Brien, Davide Somma and Aidy White all remain long-term absentees
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson will give a late fitness test to striker Emile Sinclair. Sinclair is a doubt after suffering an ankle injury in the game at Nottingham Forest on Monday.
Ferguson is confident that Tyrone Barnett and Grant McCann will be fit to play.
McCann suffered an ankle injury at Forest on Monday whilst Barnett missed the Easter period with a muscle injury. .
David Hibbert and Joe Day are still sidelined through injury.
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