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Leeds United boss Neil Warnock hoping for no late hiccups
Leeds manager Neil Warnock is looking for a response from his players tomorrow night.
United have lost three of their last four matches, including a 2-0 reverse at bottom club Barnsley at the weekend, but the carrot is a home FA Cup tie against Tottenham if they can win their replay against Birmingham at St Andrew’s.
The Blues are struggling at the wrong end of the Championship table, while Leeds’ play-off bid has been checked by their bad run.
Warnock is having to juggle his line-up due to the unavailability of Ross Barkley and Michael Tonge.
They both joined Leeds after the original tie on January 5, and Warnock said: “There’s decisions to be made. I want to put a team out who will win the game, and that’s what we’ll be trying to do.
“They (Birmingham) throw us a different type of problem to Barnsley, but I have an idea what I’d like to go with, hopefully without any illness.
“Adam Drury is back again now, and unless we have any late problems we have a full squad to pick from, although Ross Barkley and Michael Tongue aren’t available. We want to have a go. I want to get through in the cups.
“I enjoyed the Capital One Cup, so I’d like to carry on and get in the next round.”
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