Having been deployed as substitutes by John Coleman, Josh Woods and Rosaire Longelo will both be pushing for a place in the club’s starting eleven for their meeting with Leeds. As for the Whites, they could be able to call upon the services of Crysencio Summerville as Jesse Marsch recently suggested that the 21-year-old may make a full recovery from an ankle injury ahead of this match. Liam Cooper may also be selected to feature while Archie Gray could be handed his senior debut. Adam Forshaw and Stuart Dallas are both not expected to be available for selection due to their respective injury issues.
Leeds meanwhile secured a 5-2 victory over Cardiff City in a replay after the original tie ended in a 2-2 draw. The Whites last reached the fifth round of this competition in 2016 where they suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Watford. Here, we have decided to take a look at the latest Accrington and Leeds team news for this fixture, whether there will be a live stream for this match and what time the game is set to kick-off… Latest team news Michael Nottingham made his return from injury during Accrington’s recent meeting with Barnsley and is likely to retain a place in the starting eleven this weekend. Aaron Pressley meanwhile featured for Stanley in their win over Boreham Wood after missing the club’s defeat to the Reds.
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