Leeds go to The Den to face Millwall in a top of the table clash on Saturday.
Leeds got back to winning ways last Saturday with a 3-1 victory at Elland Road against Brighton and Hove Albion.
So far this season on their travels they have won at Scunthorpe, Swindon and Carlisle, they have drawn at Yeovil whilst losing at Peterborough.
Millwall also got back to winning ways at Tranmere Rovers with Leeds loan player Tresor Kandol scoring two in a 3-1 victory.
So far at home this season they have won against Huddersfield, Hartlepool and Cheltenham, they have drawn against Southend and lost against MK Dons.
Tresor Kandol is not allowed to play against his parent club and Jermaine Easter completes his suspension.
Paul Telfer (groin) and Alan Sheehan (hamstring) will both miss out. Rui Marques and Lubomir Michalik are likely to start at the centre of defence again.
The clubs have met on ten occasions at Millwall with the home team winning five, Leeds have won three and two have been drawn.
Full history of results at Millwall (League unless stated)
1931/32 Millwall 2-3 Leeds United
1947/48 Millwall 1-1 Leeds United
1985/86 Millwall 3-1 Leeds United
1986/87 Millwall 1-0 Leeds United
1987/88 Millwall 3-1 Leeds United
1987/88 Millwall 2-0 Leeds United Full Members Cup
1988/89 Millwall 2-0 Leeds United Full Members Cup
2004/05 Millwall 1-1 Leeds United
2005/06 Millwall 0-1 Leeds United
2007/08 Millwall 0-2 Leeds United
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