Leeds United versus Huddersfield Town headlines a busy Saturday of football. Log on here for team news from Yorkshire’s clubs.
Newcastle United v Hull City
Team news: Hatem Ben Arfa is ineligible under the terms of his loan switch from St James’ Park but Stephen Quinn has recovered from his ankle problem and is in the squad.
Leeds United v Huddersfield Town
Team news: Alex Mowatt has a bruised toe and is unlikely to feature for Leeds, while Huddersfiel will definitely be without James Vaughan after he limped out of last week’s defeat at Middlesbrough. Joel Lynch should be okay despite picking up a knock in midweek and Adam Hammill could win a recall to the bench.
Middlesbrough v Brentford
Team news: Loanee Ryan Fredericks is set to step in at right-back for Damia, out for six months after damaging anterior cruciate ligaments. Mustapha Carayol and Rhys Williams are still sidelined.
Rotherham United v Charlton Athletic
Team news: Richard Wood is out following knee surgery to join Mark Bradley and Rob Milsom on the sidelines. Jordan Bowery is pushing for a starting role after scoring in each of the last two games from the bench.
Sheffield Wednesday v Reading
Team news: Owls’ Roysten Drenthe cannot play against his parent club, Reading. On-loan Hallam Hope is set to return as a substitute.
Colchester United v Bradford City
Team news: James Hanson will once again be missing for the Bantams with the thigh injury he suffered during the warm-up at MK Dons in midweek. Andrew Davies remains on the sidelines along with Matty Dolan but James Meredith has recovered from a chest infection.
Doncaster Rovers v Chesterfield
Team news: Rob Jones (hamstring) is missing for Rovers, with Harry Forrester serving the second match of a two-game ban. Curtis Main is back running, but the game is set to come too soon.
Port Vale v Barnsley
Team news: Keith Treacy and James Bailey will be assessed, while Ross Turnbull (back) is still struggling.
Swindon Town v Sheffield United
team news to come...
York City v Southend United
Team news: Long-term absentee Josh Carson remains unavailable but, otherwise, Nigel Worthington has a full squad to choose from after Michael Ingham’s finger injury responded well to treatment.