Date: 20th March 2018 at 7:21am
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Leeds United forward Mallik Wilks has returned to Grimsby Town after overcoming a hamstring injury.

Wilks was forced to return to Elland Road recently after suffering a hamstring injury for Grimsby in their League Two clash at Crawley Town.

After undergoing treatment at Leeds, Wilks has returned to Blundell Park and he is in their 15-man squad for their Central League fixture at Doncaster Rovers this afternoon.

Wilks joined Grimsby on loan in January for the remainder of the season but he managed just four appearances before suffering the injury at Crawley on 10th February.

The 19-year-old will hope to make a quick return to full- match fitness as Grimsby slip down the League Two table.

Grimsby are without a win in their last 17 games and they are now just six points above the relegation zone.

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