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Leeds midfielder Rudy Austin is expected to return fully fit for Saturday's game at Ipswich after playing in Jamaica's World Cup qualifying defeat in Costa Rica.

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Rudy Austin: Expected to be fit for the weekend

Rudy Austin: Expected to be fit for the weekend

Austin, who returned to Leeds' starting line-up in their derby defeat to Huddersfield last time out, played the full 90 minutes in the Reggae Boyz' 2-0 defeat, which saw them slip to the bottom of their group with one point from their first three matches.

Leeds midfield team-mate Paul Green also met with disappointment while in World Cup qualifying action for the Republic of Ireland, who were pegged back by Austria in a 2-2 draw in Dublin.

Green, who started on the bench, went on for the final seven minutes, but Austria snatched a 92nd-minute equaliser.

Austin and Green could start alongside each other for Leeds at Portman Road this weekend.

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