Becchio back for Colchester clash

Luciano Becchio is expected to return to the starting line-up when Leeds travel to Colchester for their crunch League One clash on Saturday.

Last Updated: 28/08/09 at 12:14

Becchio: Should start again

Becchio: Should start again

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The Argentinian striker was rested for Tuesday night's Carling Cup victory against Watford but will play alongside Jermaine Beckford, with Mike Grella dropping to the bench.

Manager Simon Grayson is unlikely to make any other changes to his starting XI.

United's talisman Beckford limped off against the Hornets, but Grayson revealed he was only withdrawn as a precaution.

Former Ipswich defender Richard Naylor will not feature as he remains sidelined with a back injury after undergoing surgery earlier this summer.

Full-back Ben Parker is also not yet ready to return as he continues to struggle with a hamstring problem.

The Yorkshire club will be looking to maintain their 100% record this season.

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