NEIL Warnock is worried that Leeds United are in for a physical battering when they face Millwall on Sunday.
Warnock will be without key men Jason Pearce, Michael Brown and Rudy Austin for the televised clash at The Den and says his players have to "stand up and be counted."
"We have lost our physical players for this weekend," he told the club's official site. "The whole core, spine of the side has been completely taken out of the team.
"Whoever comes in has got to play well and above themselves on the physical side as well. We need every player to stand up and be counted.
"Millwall are very well organised and have got some big lads and we've got to cope with that.
"It will be interesting to see how the lads perform and we will give it a go. Last year I don't think many people thought we had much chance of beating Millwall.
"Millwall are in a situation were they are bound to feel they have an easy game coming up."