Leeds skipper Liam Cooper and Pablo Hernandez could return to the starting line-up for the home game against QPR.
Cooper stepped off the bench in last week’s goalless draw at Sheffield Wednesday after missing the previous three games due to a groin injury.
Hernandez, sidelined for six matches, is available after recovering from muscle and hamstring strains.
Head coach Marcelo Bielsa will check on Patrick Bamford (ankle), Ezgjan Alioski (hip) and Barry Douglas (knee), who are all nursing minor problems.
QPR striker Jordan Hugill is back in contention after suspension.
Hugill, who has scored eight league goals this season, missed Monday night’s home defeat to Brentford due to a one-game ban.
Defender Yoann Barbet and striker Matt Smith both remain doubtful after they too missed out against Brentford.
Barbet is nursing a muscle strain and Smith is recovering from several minor niggles, according to boss Mark Warburton, who otherwise has a full-strength squad.