I have read some articles about IP spoofing. Briefly speaking, IP-spoofing means the attacker uses a fake IP address in the IP header, to pretend this IP packet is sent by another machine.
The attacker can use it to do something like Denial-of-Service attack (with other advance tech) ... and hide the real source IP address.
In those articles, it also mentioned that the attacker can't see any reply packet, because those reply packages will be sent to the spoofed IP address.
My question is, if the fake IP address is in the same network (under the same collision domain) where the the attacker sends spoofed packets, will the attacker get the reply packets?