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Leeds are without Iceland international Gylfi Einarsson again with a rib injury, while Brian Deane is also doubtful with a foot problem.
If Deane does not make it, reserve team striker Kevin Smith could get a chance, while new signing Kevin Pressman may get a place on the bench.

West Ham's Gavin Williams is set to remain in the squad following his successful return against Gillingham.

But injured trio Hayden Mullins, Mark Noble and Sergei Rebrov are doubtful.
 

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We won 2-1. I saw the second half, when most of the action took place. We took the lead in 50th min, when Aaron Lennon made a good run from the right and crossed to Hulse at near post, who bagged it in easily. Then we gave initiative to West Ham, they had several good chances and finally Williams scored, his shot taking deflection off Butler and sailing over helpless Sullivan. They had several other close chances afterwards, but eventually it was us who scored the winner, when Healy managed to beat west ham defense and send a a ball through to our newest signing Shaun Derry, who scored with a fine shot.
We are now 10th in the table only four points behind West Ham on the 6th place. So the play-off position is still realistic. :)
 

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Yeah, but our away form is crap so sorry, your not going up and neither are we.
 
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