Leeds United take on Bristol City in the Championship on Wednesday.
The Whites take on Bristol City on Wednesday evening, and Uwe Rosler has told a press conference that he has no new injury worries ahead of the tie.
Rosler says there are no fresh injuries ahead of tomorrow: "We have no major concerns apart from the ones we knew about." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) August 18, 2015
Uwe Rosler is looking to secure his first win as Leeds boss, and secure the first three points of the Whites' campaign.
However, the head coach is with a slightly diminished squad, with Lewis Cook suspended, whilst the likes of Stuart Dallas and Luke Murphy are still not fully up to match fitness.
They are both ready for action, but are yet to play at 100%, and will likely limit their impact until they are back to their optimum level.
Other than the ongoing issues with the squad, Rosler has no other problems to deal with when choosing to select his first-choice XI for the game, although he could opt to rotate the side having only played against Reading on Sunday.
They play on Wednesday, and then at the weekend, and this run of three games in a week means Rosler needs to alter his team if he intends for them to continue playing the intensive, high energy football he has implemented at Elland Road.