Leeds United could be without a number of first team regulars for the home game with Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday.
A virus as swept through the Leeds squad with a number of unnamed players missing training on Monday.
It is Leeds third game in six days during the busy festive period. Leeds boss Neil Warnock would have wanted to have picked from an almost fully fit squad following the disappointing defeat at Hull City on Saturday.
Warnock is hoping to welcome back Luciano Becchio, Jerome Thomas and El Hadji Diouf to the side that lost at Hull.
Becchio is carrying a slight thigh strain whilst Thomas and Diouf were both rested.
Captain Lee Peltier has been rested for the past two games with a groin injury and is still a doubt.
Aidy White will definitely be missing after he picked up his fifth yellow card of the season and an automatic one-match suspension in the defeat at Hull.
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