Leeds United manager Neil Warnock says there are no fresh injury worries ahead of the clash with West Ham at Elland Road on Saturday.
Warnock could also be boosted by the return to the squad of winger Robbie Rogers who scored in a midweek friendly. Rogers hasn’t played since suffering concussion against Doncaster in mid-February.
Defenders Leigh Bromby and Alex Bruce have returned to the squad after overcoming recent injuries and are back in light training.
Andy O`Brien also featured in the midweek friendly but he is still deemed not fit enough to return to first team action.
Mika Vayrynen, Patrick Kisnorbo and Davide Somma remain on the sidelines with long-term injuries.
West Ham have been dealt a blow with the news that striker Ricardo Vaz Te is set for a spell on the sidelines with a hamstring injury after limping out of the draw with Doncaster Rovers early on last Saturday.
The news will come as a relief to Leeds, with the striker having netted four times against them earlier this season whilst with his previous club Barnsley.
Manager Sam Allardyce will be hoping to welcome back Winston Reid. The defender has missed the last three games after suffering a head injury whilst on international duty with New Zealand.
They once again look set to be without striker John Carew and midfielder Papa Bouba Diop through injury.
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