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Leeds face selection decisions for Albion test
Leeds will assess their bumps and bruises before naming a side to face Albion tonight.
The Elland Road outfit are definitely without star striker Ross McCormack (ankle) but have others carrying knocks.
Michael Tonge (shoulder), Rodolph Austin (ankle) and Lee Peltier (ankle) were all reported to be short of 100% fitness going into the game.
Leeds played on Tuesday, beating Southampton 3-0 in the Capital One Cup.
Top scorer Luciano Becchio came off the bench in that game but is likely to resume his attacking partnership with El-Hadji Diouf tonight.
Assistant boss Mick Jones said ahead of the trip: “It will be a partisan crowd down there and a tough night for us but we have to try and make it a tough night for them too.
"We have loads of knocks and niggles after the high tempo cup-tie the other night but when we get to Brighton we will assess the situation."
Diouf has been an excellent signing out of free agency by boss Neil Warnock and, like McCormack and Albion right-back Bruno, has three assists to his name in league action this term.
Becchio has scored eight league goals and also has two assists.
See our five-page match preview in The Argus today for an in-depth look at Leeds - and Diouf - plus a scouting report and key stats and team news ahead of tonight's game.
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