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League Two side Cambridge are hopeful Brad Halliday and George Maris (both knocks) will feature for them in Monday’s FA Cup tie against Leeds.
They will be without midfielder Keith Keane, while forward Barry Corr and winger Medy Elito have knee injuries.
Leeds midfielder Eunan O’Kane could return after being out for seven matches with a groin strain.
Defender Charlie Taylor (Achilles) is out so Gaetano Berardi is expected to continue at left-back.
- This will only be the fifth competitive meeting between these two sides and Cambridge are yet to defeat Leeds (D2 L2).
- The last time Cambridge United and Leeds United met in a competitive fixture was back in April 1984, a game that ended 2-2 at the Abbey Stadium.
- Cambridge United have scored nine goals in the FA Cup so far this season; only AFC Wimbledon (11) scored more in the opening two rounds.
- The U’s defeated League One side Coventry in round two. They haven’t beaten two different teams from a higher tier in the same FA Cup season since 1990-91 when they defeated three.
- The last time Leeds faced lower-league opposition in the FA Cup, they lost – versus Rochdale in the 2013-14 third round.
- Souleymane Doukara has netted in two of his last three FA Cup appearances for Leeds, with the Whites winning on both occasions (2-0 v Rotherham and 2-1 v Bolton).
- Luke Berry has netted four goals in the FA Cup this season; no player still in the competition has scored more than the Cambridge midfielder.