Leeds manager Neil Warnock is hoping his side's surprise victory over Everton in the Capital One Cup has not come at too high a price.
Warnock has been forced to field a weakened side in recent weeks due to injuries to Ross McCormack, David Norris, Paul Green and Davide Somma, while several players went into the Everton clash carrying knocks.
Asked whether those who played on Tuesday night would recover tin time for Saturday's game at Bristol City, Warnock said: "We don't know, we've got to go to Bristol and Bolton in the space of four days, they've both had clear midweeks."
He added: "It's going to test us, but as I said to them afterwards, we want to get some points now and keep in there.
"We've had a really tough run of fixtures and if we can keep in there on the coat tails of these leading clubs, I'll be more than happy when we get to the international break.
"Hopefully we'll then get Norris and Green back, and Somma won't be too far away, and it would look a different bench then."