Leeds manager Neil Warnock is likely to name an unchanged starting line-up against Millwall for the third game running.
Warnock, who has no new injury or suspension problems, could also add midfielder Rudy Austin to his squad. The Jamaica international has missed the last two games due to an unspecified knock.
With Stephen Warnock currently operating at left-back, teenager Sam Byram will resume at right-back with skipper Lee Peltier partnering Tom Lees in central defence.
Boss Warnock has opted for a three-man midfield in the last two games - Michael Tonge, Paul Green and David Norris - with Luke Varney supporting Ross McCormack and Steve Morison up front.
That means midfielders Michael Brown and Aidy White, plus El-Hadji Diouf may be among those who have to settle for a place on the bench.
Play-off chasing Leeds trail sixth-placed Brighton by six points.
George Saville will be added to the Millwall squad for the trip.
The teenage midfielder could make his senior debut after joining the Lions on loan from Chelsea until the end of the season.
Defender Shane Lowry is back in contention after missing last weekend's 2-1 win at Middlesbrough through suspension, but striker Rob Hulse is a doubt with a stomach injury.
Manager Kenny Jackett is unlikely to make too many changes after his FA Cup quarter-finalists ended a run of five straight Championship defeats with their victory on Teesside.
Winger Chris Taylor is close to returning after a knee ligament injury but defender Paul Robinson is still recovering from a long-term groin problem and misses out again.