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Leeds United News and Links: March 7 2013

We've got a summary of what's new with Leeds United today from around the web.

Matthew Lewis

We shall start off with our own work we've covered today, nothing better than a little plug is there?

I had a look at what's happened to Rodolph Austin's form and considered the many reasons for it - go have your say on the piece.

Speaking of Austin, he's been called up to represent Jamaica - with Ross McCormack also called up to play for Scotland.

Elsewhere:

Warnock asking for more of the same - Yorkshire Evening Post - Boss Neil Warnock is hoping the players keep up their good work and push on against Palace, instead of feeling down in the dumps after conceding late against Leicester. Good idea Neil!

Phillips set to face Leeds - Yorkshire Evening Post - After scoring a hat-trick on Tuesday night, Kevin Philips is in contention to start against Leeds when we face them on Saturday at Selhurst Park.

Millwall player dealth injury blow - London 24 - Midfielder James Henry was on the end of a crunching tackle from Stephen Warnock last Saturday - he need a stretcher, then came running back onto the field. His post-match Tweets suggested the odd cut on the shin and we moved on. BUT it seems Henry did pick up some serious damage and has been ruled out for the rest of the season after a scan revealed knee ligament damage.

Byram has new lease of life - Yorkshire Evening Post - Neil Warnock believes Byram's form is back to its best after a dip in form.

Leeds win appeal over cost of policing football matches - Yorkshire Post - It's been a long saga but lets hope the two can now work together in a deal that's best for both parties - starting with Peterborough and Huddersfield next week.

Same team for Palace? - Leeds United official site - Warnock discusses using the same again for the Palace game, five on the bounce now and it's a refreshing change.

Murray to be rested for Leeds vs Palace? - Skysports - This could be a tricky one, Holloway could be playing mind-games but it will certainly add to the occasion when we face the Eagles on Saturday.