By Dominic Toner

Tammy Abraham will be available to play against Leeds on Tuesday.

The Whites travel to Bristol City for the Championship clash and the home side have been handed a major boost.

Bristol City’s assistant manager John Pemberton has confirmed that Abraham will be fit to play Leeds, as quoted by the Bristol Post.

“Tammy is alright,” he said. “He had a slight dead leg but he’ll be okay.”

The 18-year-old is currently on loan from Chelsea and has started the season in phenomenal form.

Abraham has now scored 10 goals in just 12 appearances this campaign, with the youngster scoring in all three of the club’s EFL Cup rounds.

He was substituted off on Saturday in the 4-0 win against Fulham after sustaining a dead leg.

The striker is expected to line up against Leeds and Garry Monk’s defence will be extremely wary of Abraham.

Leeds appear to have settled on a preferred centre-back pairing of Pontus Jansson and Kyle Bartley.

The duo will be expecting a difficult test against the league’s in-form striker but have been a part of a side that have improved drastically in recent weeks.

They have now won their last four games consecutively in all competitions and are up to 12th in the Championship table.

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