Leeds travel to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday hoping to make it three wins from three.
Wycombe will be hoping to change their run of results in the new season which as seen them lose both games against Charlton and Peterborough.
Midfielder Matt Bloomfield, suffered a severe facial injury in the midweek loss to Peterborough and will probably miss out.
Wycombe boss Peter Taylor rested a number of players in the midweek cup loss, they are all likely to return to the team.
Former Leeds midfielder Ian Westlake will not be lining up against one of his former clubs as he`s suffering with a hamstring injury.
Wycombe have a number of other players out injured, Tommy Doherty (ankle), Lewis Hunt (foot), Lewwis Spence (foot) and TJ Moncur (groin) will all be missing.
The Whites will be hoping to welcome back Jermaine Beckford after he missed Monday night`s win at Darlington through injury.
Luciano Becchio picked up a knock in Saturday`s win over Exeter so only made the bench on Monday.
Beckford and Becchio`s replacements, Mike Grella and Enoch Showunmi both are pushing to retain their places after impressing at Darlington.
Patrick Kisnorbo and Rui Marques return from midweek international duty and are likely to regain their places.
Ben Parker missed also missed the Darlington game after picking up an injury on Saturday and Andy Hughes is ready to deputise again if needed.
Club skipper Richard Naylor is still recovering from back surgery and will miss out.
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