Leeds v Millwall preview
Last Updated: 19/01/18 1:47pm
Leeds will include new signing Laurens De Bock in their squad for the home game against Millwall.
But latest recruit Adam Forshaw will not be involved due to a minor injury problem after joining from Middlesbrough in a £4.5million move this week. Left-back De Bock, a permanent signing from Club Brugge, could go straight into the starting line-up as Luke Ayling is out for the rest of the season after ankle surgery.
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Ronaldo Vieira is also back in contention after a knee injury, as is defender Matthew Pennington following illness, but Samuel Saiz sits out the second game of his six-match ban and fellow midfielder Eunan O'Kane starts his three-match suspension.
Millwall are hoping to have Tom Elliott and Shane Ferguson available. Elliott played 45 minutes for the under-23s on Monday after recovering from a leg injury and could be included.
Ferguson has also returned to training following a knee problem and is in contention. Byron Webster, however, remains sidelined with a knee injury.
Leeds have won each of their last five home league matches against Millwall since a 2-0 defeat in League One in March 2010.
The Lions haven't won at Elland Road in a second tier fixture since April 1988, with goals from Tony Cascarino and Terry Hurlock securing a 2-1 victory.
After scoring in 12 successive league games, Leeds are without a goal in their last three. They haven't failed to score in four or more since April 2010 when in the third tier, with one of these games coming at home to Millwall.
Neil Harris featured in Millwall's last league victory at Elland Road in March 2010, playing 74 minutes as the Lions won 2-0.
Leeds average 1.5 goals and 1.7 points with Samuel Saiz in their starting line-up in the Championship this season compared to one goal and 1.4 points without the suspended attacking midfielder.
Millwall have used just 21 players this season; three fewer than any other side in the Championship.
It looks like Leeds are having another dip. It's been the story of their season so far, they keep getting a few good results in a row to get themselves into the top six then a few bad ones to drop right out of it.
Millwall, however, are still the only side in the Championship without an away win all season, so Saturday represents a great opportunity for Leeds to get back to winning ways, although I can't imagine it will be pretty.
David Prutton predicts: 1-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)