Parker and Connolly included in reserve side...
Ben Parker and Paul Connolly will both return to action in Leeds United's reserves against Scunthorpe United reserves at Elland Road on Tuesday (7pm).
Parker, who hasn't played a senior fixture since April and has suffered numerous set-backs since being injured on the opening day of last season, will look to step up his recovery bid against the Iron after playing 45 minutes in a behind-closed-doors game last midweek.
Connolly has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since the 5-2 defeat at Barnsley in September, and the former Derby right-back will play his first game since returning to training.
"Paul will get some minutes under his belt and it's good to see him fit and healthy," said reserve team manager Neil Thompson.
"Ben will get an opportunity as well. He played 45 last week and will be looking to add to that. He has all his career ahead of him and we want to get it right.
"He's effectivley been out for a year, he's worked really hard, and he came through last week okay. He's still a way to go and I'll take my advice from the physios regarding how long we will give him."
Sanchez Watt and Alex Bruce will be the other senior players handed run-outs, along with Andy Robinson, Jason Crowe.
"Alex is suspended for the weekend so he needs a bit of football," said Neil. "Sanchez needs football as well.
"Reserve team football isn't what every player wants, but you treat them right and put your legwork in."
Goalkeeper Tony Warner will also feature in the game after answering a call from Simon Grayson to bolster the ranks. Four of the club's keepers are injured and Sixteen-year-old Christian Paulat-Brigg will be the youngster named on the bench.
"Tony's been with us before," added Neil.
"We've got a few injured and Tony has come in to help and is keen to play. He's a big personality and he will be looking to impress."
A full team will appear here later.
You can see the reserves live from 6.55pm on Tuesday...