Leeds defender Leigh Bromby and on-loan winger Max Gradel will return to contention for the home clash with Wycombe.

Bromby sat out the FA Cup win at Old Trafford through suspension after receiving his fifth booking of the season in Leeds' last league game at Stockport, while Gradel did not have permission from parent club Leicester to play in the competition.

Jason Crowe stepped back in at full-back for Bromby against Manchester United, so manager Simon Grayson must decide whether to make changes. Gradel is expected to return to the substitutes' bench.

Andrew Hughes was forced off in the closing stages of Sunday's cup clash with hamstring trouble, but is expected to be fit and otherwise, Grayson has a fully-fit squad to choose from.

The Leeds boss is unlikely to make too many, if any, other changes as he will not want to tinker with a winning line-up.

Wycombe manager Gary Waddock expects defender Adam Hinshelwood to be fit.

Hinshelwood came off after an hour of his debut against Norwich last weekend with cramp after signing from Aldershot but should be fit to start against the FA Cup giantkillers.

Striker John Akinde has been recalled by Bristol City after serving a three-game suspension.

Midfielder Lewis Montrose remains sidelined as he recovers from a knee operation but defender Leon Johnson is making good progress from hip surgery.

He remains out for the foreseeable future, while striker Chris Zebroski has completed a permanent move to Torquay. Midfielder Scott Davies is available after extending his loan spell from Reading.

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