Leeds United striker Davide Somma is still waiting to make his return in a Leeds shirt after the development squad game with Birmingham City fell to the weather.
The plummeting temperature across Britain meant the pitch at Thorp Arch was unplayable today.
Somma was hoping to complete around 30 minutes in the game as he continues his recovery after 18 months out of the game with a cruciate knee ligament injury.
It is a blow to Somma after he was hoping to make his comeback last week in a development squad game with Wigan Athletic, a game that was also called off.
Leeds boss Neil Warnock has admitted that he does not expect the South African international to return to first team action until February at the earliest.
The 27 year old will be desperate to return as soon as possible with his current contract running out in the summer.
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