Leeds bring in two new strikers

Last updated : 02 October 2007 By The Chairman
Although Leeds have lost their first choice striking partners manager Dennis Wise will have a new strike force in action when he brings his Leeds team to Boundary Park tonight, hoping to stretch their unbeaten run to nine games.

After Saturdays sending offs, Wise moved quickly to bring in two players on one month load deals. Mark de Vries from Leicester City and ex-Latics striker Wayne Andrews (pictured) from Coventry City will both line up to face the Latics at Boundary Park in the big 'clash of the roses' game.

Leeds last visits to Boundary Park was back in the 80s and 90s and in nine visits they won only once, Andy Ritchie scoring the only goal of a game in 1986.