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Neil Warnock is still looking for his first win as Leeds United manager.

Neil Warnock is still looking for his first win as Leeds United manager.

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Leeds United continue their search for a first win under Neil Warnock at Middlesbrough on Sunday lunchtime in another action-packed weekend of fixtures. Log on here for team news from your club.

Doncaster look for two wins in a week on their travels as they visit promotion-faviourites West Ham.

The race for promotion from League One goes on with Huddersfield and the two Sheffield clubs both in action on Saturday.

And York City are two games from Wembley as they host Luton Town in the first leg of the FA Trophy semi-final.

All matches Saturday 3pm unless stated

Championship

Hull City v Ipswich Town

Team news: Robbie Brady is available again after recovering from the thigh injury that kept the loanee winger out of the draws against Blackpool and Leeds United. Nick Barmby has no fresh concerns ahead of today’s game.

Middlesbrough v Leeds United

Sunday 12.15pm

Team news: Aidy White returned to training on Friday and may be available tomorrow but, otherwise, no-one else will be available who didn’t feature at Hull City. Andy O’Brien is still building his fitness after his lengthy absence following a fall-out with Simon Grayson.

Southampton v Barnsley

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West Ham United v Doncaster Rovers

Team news: Defender Herita Ilunga is set to play against his former club after returning to Rovers on a one month deal. Striker Frederic Piquionne is ineligible under the terms of his loan from West Ham. Defenders James Chambers and George Friend are still injured and captain Brian Stock will be out over six weeks with a groin problem.

League One

Brentford v Sheffield United

Team news: Defenders Harry Maguire and Matt Lowton are available after serving one game bans but Lecsinel Jean-Francois (knee) is out for the season. The Blades are set to make a late decision on defender Neill Collins who has missed the last two games due to personal issues. Midfielder Kevin McDonald (hamstring) is still ruled out.

Huddersfield Town v Rochdale

Team news: Lee Novak was sore after the midweek win over Hartlepool United but is expected to be fit to face bottom club Rochdale. A couple of other players also receieved knocks on Tuesday night but have trained as normal this week.

Sheffield Wednesday v Bournemouth

Team news: Owls manager Dave Jones is likely to stick with an unchanged side for the visit of the Cherries. Winger Jermaine Johnson (knee) and defender Reda Johnson (hamstring) are still sidelined along with defender Daniel Jones but goalkeeper Nicky Weaver has recovered from a virus.

League Two

Bradford City v Oxford United

Team news: Ricky Ravenhill starts a two-game ban after collecting his tenth booking of the season in Tuesday’s draw at home to Accrington Stanley, while Deane Smalley will also be missing due to not being allowed to play against parent club Oxford. Craig Fagan is also out but Simon Ramsden, James Hanson and David Syers are all back.

Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle

Team news: Striker Shaun Harrad plays the final game of his loan deal from Bury. Defender Richard Naylor (knee) is doubtful but winger Gareth Evans is available after nearly two months on the sidelines with a back injury. Full-back Scott Griffiths is back in contention after missing the Crewe game with personal issues.

FA Trophy semi-final 1st leg

York City v Luton Town

Team news: Former Luton striker Matthew Blinkhorn is set to make only his second starting appearance for York following his January move from Sligo Rovers. Leading scorer Jason Walker is out for up to ten days with a hamstring injury. Luton are likely to be without seven first-choice players.

For full previews read Saturday’s Yorkshire Post and for the best reports, reaction and analysis, read Sports Monday, free inside your Yorkshire Post.

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