Striker concern for Leeds opener

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Richard Logan (calf) and Adam Stansfield (knee and ankle) both missed out as the Grecians completed their pre-season campaign with a 0-0 draw against Blue Square Premier side Forest Green.

Logan is thought to have a better chance of being passed fit for the clash, but Barry Corr is on standby to start and make his debut if neither are able to line up at Elland Road on Saturday.

Manager Paul Tisdale will also hand debuts to full-backs Scott Golbourne and Richard Duffy, along with fellow new-boys Joe Burnell and James Dunne as his side embark on a campaign in the third tier just a year after returning to the Football League.

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