Somma pushing for Carling Cup start

Davide Somma could start for Leeds in the Carling Cup tie with Leicester after scoring twice in Saturday's 3-1 Championship win over Millwall.

Last Updated: 23/08/10 at 15:23

Somma: Scored twice against Millwall

Somma: Scored twice against Millwall

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Boss Simon Grayson could opt to rest Luciano Becchio so the South African could be set for his full debut at Elland Road on Tuesday night.

Defender Ben Parker is back in training after recovering from an Achilles injury and Max Gradel is also back in contention after missing the start of the season due to a four-match ban.

Billy Paynter (shin) and Robert Snodgrass (knee) are still ruled out as is long-term absentee Patrick Kisnorbo (knee).

Boss Simon Grayson has confirmed Calum Davenport is training with his side this week.

The former West Ham defender is available after parting company with the Hammers in March.

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