Date: 16th November 2010 at 7:55pm
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Leeds United are fielding a strong reserve side for the home game against Hull City on Tuesday night as a number of players return to fitness after injury.

Richard Naylor returns from injury along with Sanchez Watt.

The starting eleven have all made first team appearances for Leeds, with eight having played this season.

Ben Parker continues his return to full fitness after starting just two games in the past fifteen months.

Lloyd Sam came off the bench in Saturdays win over Bristol City, for his first game since the end of September with injury and he will gain more match practice on Wednesday night.

Billy Paynter and Ross McCormack who were on the bench on Saturday will also gain more match practice in the game.

Team
Higgs, Crowe, Naylor, Bromby, Parker, Robinson, Clayton, Sam, Watt, McCormack, Paynter.


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