Leeds v Everton
Darron Gibson (thigh) remains sidelined while Nikica Jelavic is also a doubt after he missed the win at Swansea with a bruised knee. In the previous round David Moyes made changes to his side and it remains to be seen whether he adopts the same strategy this time around.
Last outing: 3-0 (a) Swansea, Saturday 22 September
Last five: WWLDW
The Blues were in devastating form to defeat Swansea 3-0 in South Wales at the weekend, producing a dominant performance. Their previous outing in this competition was equally as impressive, seeing off Leyton Orient 5-0 at Goodison.
Last outing: 2-1 (h) Nottingham Forest, Saturday 22 September
Last five: WDLLW
Leeds' win over Forest at the weekend was their first since the previous round of the Capital One Cup when they defeated League Two Oxford. Since then they've drawn 3-3 with Blackburn and lost by the odd goal to Hull and Cardiff.
1) Victor Anichebe averages a goal every 96 minutes during 2012.
2) Everton have managed an astonishing 62 shots on goal in their three away matches so far this season.
3) David Moyes has won five and drawn two of his nine managerial meetings with Neil Warnock.
Everton defender Phil Jagielka who played under Warnock at Sheffield United: “They have got some good players and it is going to be a tough night. If they get the result they want I am sure Neil will be chasing me down for a hug and a handshake. Hopefully we will get the result we want.”
Leeds manager Neil Warnock: "There's no pressure now for us in this competition because everybody will expect Everton to win, so we can go out and enjoy it. To be on television against a Premier League club, I'm going to ask one or two of the lads who I was probably going to leave out if they want to play because if they do I'll play them."
Leeds 1-1 Everton, 13 April 2004. Wayne Rooney and James Milner - two of the Premier League's youngest ever scorers, were both on target as Everton took a point from Elland Road. It was Leeds' last season in the top tier as their free-fall began.
Leeds 0-1 Everton, 3 November 2002. Wayne Rooney had only just exploded onto the scene and it was his smartly taken goal which secured victory for the trevelling Blues and ended a woeful winless league record at Elland Road which had stretched over 50 years.
Everton have twice scored five goals away from home in this competition: In September 1967 the Blues won 5-0 at Bristol City and 23 years later were victorious by the same score at Wrexham.
Players who have appeared for both clubs include Duncan McKenzie, Nigel Martyn, Ian Snodin, Olivier Dacourt, Nick Barmby, Imre Varadi, Jermaine Beckford and of course, Gary Speed.
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