Leeds skipper Liam Cooper could return to the squad for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship home clash with Cardiff.
The central defender missed the 2-0 wins over Huddersfield and Hull with a calf strain and, although head coach Marcelo Bielsa has vowed not to risk him if he is not 100 per cent ready, he may be involved again.
Midfielders Jamie Shackleton (muscular injury) and Adam Forshaw (hip) plus forward Tyler Roberts (hamstring) are still missing.
Leeds will head into the game sitting top of the table on goal difference from West Brom after a seven-game winning streak which has extended their unbeaten run to 10.
Cardiff boss Neil Harris will have to assess midfielder Junior Hoilett after he limped out of Wednesday night’s 2-1 defeat at Brentford with just 22 minutes played.
He may opt for a reshuffle too after being disappointed with his side’s first-half showing in particular as they fell 2-0 behind at Griffin Park before belatedly launching a fightback.
Harris made only one change in midweek with striker Danny Ward starting in place of Gary Madine, although the latter will hope the impact he made as a second-half substitute caught the manager’s eye.
Midfielder Joe Ralls, who has not played since November 2, was an unused substitute in midweek, while Gavin Whyte, Robert Glatzel and Omar Bogle are all available again.