Jesse Marsch says Leeds United will make a late call on Liam Cooper and Tyler Adams with the pair both doubts for the FA Cup clash with Accrington Stanley on Saturday lunchtime. The Whites head coach says he feels the injuries picked up by the pair are not severe and will give both a chance to prove their fitness against the League One side.
Leeds will be without Adam Forshaw, Archie Gray, Stuart Dallas and Crysencio Summerville for the tie against John Coleman's side. The latter of the quartet is back training, but is yet to return to first-team training after picking up an ankle injury in a tackle against Cardiff City.
Marsch said: "A few things, so, Adam [Forshaw] and Archie [Gray] are still out. Archie has been active on the pitch, Adam is feeling better. Cree Summerville is on the pitch but not yet training with the team. He should be in team training and be available for next weekend, so that's a bonus.
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"Stuart Dallas, still injured. Coops is a bit questionable, still with this and Tyler Adams is a little bit questionable for our match, but that'll be more of a matchday decision with those two.
"I just want to see where they're at, give them still the chance because I don't think their injuries are so bad that, we still have a possibility and we want to go to Accrington and make sure that we go for the victory."
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