Naylor poised to make Leeds return

Leeds skipper Richard Naylor could be back in contention for the League One clash with Colchester United at Elland Road on Saturday.

Last Updated: 29/01/10 at 11:18

Naylor: Ready for return

Naylor: Ready for return

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The central defender has missed the last two matches due to a hamstring injury but may now return to help stiffen up a defence that leaked three goals at Swindon in midweek.

Manager Simon Grayson has no new injury or suspension problems but could be tempted to tweak his line-up after seeing his side take just one point from their last three league games.

Max Gradel will be hoping to feature prominently after recently signing a permanent deal at Elland Road while teenage defender Aidan White is pushing for a rare start.

Grayson has opted to start with Argentinian striker Luciano Becchio on the substitutes' bench in recent matches while Andy Robinson returned to the bench at Swindon and could also be in contention.

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