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Unchanged team will do for Leeds United manager Neil Warnock
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock would be happy if he could name the same 11 for the rest of the campaign.
The Whites go to Crystal Palace on Saturday hoping to be unchanged for the fifth game in succession, and they are unbeaten in their last four matches as they strive for the npower Championship play-offs.
Warnock said: “The way we’re playing at the moment I’d like to go unchanged for the rest of the season.
"There’s nothing new injury-wise after the game against Leicester, although we did have a few knocks before it.
“Everyone was back in this morning but when you get to this stage of the season and you’re playing games like we are – we have another midweek match next week – you can’t do too much in training because that’s when muscles are pulled or niggles occur.”
Adam Drury, sidelined since the start of 2013 with an ankle injury, was in the squad at Leicester.