'Further assessment' - Leeds United's injuries and expected return dates with half a team out

Leeds United have climbed up to fifth place in the Championship table – and Whites boss Daniel Farke still has half a team of players to welcome back.

Farke made two changes to his side for Saturday’s hosting of Bristol City in the club’s final game before the international break as Glen Kamara and Dan James came into the XI upon Luke Ayling and injury doubt Jaidon Anthony dropping to the bench.

Farke had revealed at his pre-match press conference that Anthony was 50-50 to feature having rolled his ankle but the Bournemouth loanee took his place on the bench and replaced opening goalscorer James as a 78th-minute substitute in the 2-1 success.

Patrick Bamford is also now back in the fold upon recovering from a hamstring injury but Farke still had five players out for the weekend’s contest against the Robins and here we run through what has been said about the quintet’s injuries and when they are roughly expected to return.