Eight of Yorkshire’s teams are in the hunt for league points on Saturday. Log on here for team news from your club.
Charlton Athletic v Barnsley
Team news: Jimmy McNulty (hamstring), Martin Crainie (rib) and Stephen Foster (back) are doubtful. Midfielders Toni Silva and Jim O’Brien remain sidelined. Mido is back in training.
Huddersfield Town v Wolves
Team news: Simon Grayson will assess the fitness of Joel Lynch (knee). Oscar Gobern is on the rehab trail following ankle surgery, while loan recruit Adam Hammill is ineligible under the terms of his loan. Karl Henry is suspended for Wolves.
Hull City v Ipswich Town
Team news: James Chester and Joe Dudgeon are expected to be fit after using the international break to recover from injury but Alex Bruce, who became a father earlier this week, is still out with a groin problem. Robert Koren will also be missing for Hull but clould be back in time to face Bristol City a week today.
Doncaster Rovers v Brentford
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Preston North End v Sheffield United
Team news: Neill Collins is available again after missing the Blades’ last two matches with a foot infection. Summer signing Shaun Miller is hoping for a start up front afrer his two-goal JPT blast at Notts County.
Aldershot Town v Rotherham United
Team news: The Millers have signed Peterborough midfielder Lee Frecklington on a month-long loan deal. The 27-year-old has made five appearances for Posh this season and manager Evans said: “Lee is an attacking midfielder who likes to get in the box. I think our fans will love him.”
Bradford City v Cheltenham Town
Team news: A blank midweek for the first time in more than a month has helped Phil Parkinson as it has given additional time for Luke Olover and Andrew Davies to recover from jarred hip and knee problems respectively. Rory McArdle returned unscathed from international duty with Northern Ireland.
York City v Dagenham and Redgridge
Team news: Long-term absentee John McReady is out along with Lanre Oyebanjo, though the latter’s thigh problem is easing and the full-back could be back soon. Matty Blair is fit after an unfortunate collision in midweek with a mannequin normally used as a free-kick aid in training.