Leeds United's manager Garry Monk
Leeds United take on Rotherham United this weekend and are set to be reunited with a couple of old faces.
A third ex-Whites player has been ruled out through injury, with seventh placed Leeds travelling to 24th placed Rotherham.
Here's a look at who will and won't be featuring against them...
Midfielder Tom Adeyemi was on loan at Elland Road last season, but failed to earn a permanent move.
Kieran Dowell of Everton in action with Tom Adeyemi of Leeds United
He was signed under Uwe Rosler's management, and after a bright start, fell out of favour, and could not hold down a regular spot in Steve Evans' side.
Leeds moved in a different direction this summer, but Adeyemi returned to Yorkshire with Rotherham, again on a season long loan from Cardiff City.
The 25-year-old has been in and out of the side, starting six of a possible 17 games.
He played all 90 minutes of their last fixture, a 3-0 loss to Derby, and could get the nod against his former club.
Rotherham's Danny Ward in action
Danny Ward has been the one bright spot for Rotherham this season, scoring eight goals in 17 matches, an equal number to Leeds striker Chris Wood.
Ward began his career in Leeds United's academy, but left for then Premier League side Bolton Wanderers as a teenager in 2007.
His career has not hit the heights he maybe envisioned since, spending four years at Huddersfield before signing with Rotherham in 2015.
He is still just 24 and in the best form of his career. Leeds will have to be wary of him this weekend.
Dexter Blackstock (C) scores the second goal for Leeds United
Former Leeds striker Dexter Blackstock is expected to miss this weekend's game with a thigh injury, report The Star.
Blackstock played for Leeds on loan in 2013, but didn't make a great impact.
After leaving Nottingham Forest this summer he signed with Rotherham, and has made eight appearances so far, scoring just once.
Recent signing Peter Odemwingie is expected to feature up front in his place in what will be his fourth appearance for the Millers, searching for his first goal.