LEEDS are relieved top scorer Jermaine Beckford will be available for Saturday’s derby trip to Town.
The striker has escaped with no further ban over his controversial elbowing of Millwall goalkeeper David Forde during Monday’s clash at Elland Road.
Beckford, who took his season’s tally to 23 by scoring both goals in Leeds’ 2-0 win, lashed out during jostling ahead of a corner in the second half.
Millwall, who were 1-0 down at the time, were furious referee Alan Wiley only handed Beckord, who went on to net his second in stoppage time, a yellow card.
But FIFA directives mean the ruling on the field stands, meaning there will be no further punishment for the 25-year-old Londoner.
Lee Clark’s Town will be desperate to put the brakes on Beckford, particularly since only one of his goals has come in a game Leeds lost – November’s 2-1 defeat at Northampton.
Highly experienced Hertfordshire referee Paul Taylor will be in charge of Saturday’s Galpharm clash, his 24th outing of the season.