Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will pick from an almost fully fit squad for the opening championship game of the season against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday after welcoming back Tom Lees from injury.
Lees was forced to miss the League Cup win over Shrewsbury Town last weekend after picking up a groin injury in training.
The defender has returned to training this week and he will be in contention for a starting place.
Midfielder David Norris is also hoping to continue in the side despite carrying a slight injury into the game with Shrewsbury.
Davide Somma and Leigh Bromby are the only players definitely missing for Leeds as they continue their recovery from long-term injuries.
Wolves, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, come into the game in turmoil.
Goalkeeper Dorus De Vries, defender Christophe Berra, midfielder Matt Jarvis and striker Steven Fletcher have all asked for moves away from the midlands club and midfielder Nenad Milijas has been told he can look for another club.
Wolves boss Stale Solbakken also has a number of injury doubts for the game with Kevin Doyle, Kevin Foley, Stephen Ward doubtful and Bjorn Sigurdarson and George Elokobi only just returning to training.
Midfielder Jamie O`Hara is definitely out as he recovers from a double hernia operation.
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