LUFC - Southend United v Leeds United preview
Leeds come up against Southend United on Tuesday night hoping to take their home form on their travels.
Southend lost 4-2 at Bristol Rovers on Saturday their first defeat in eight games.
The result saw them drop out of the play offs and down to tenth in the table.
So far this season their home form has been quite good with four victories, one draw and one loss.
Leeds have won two home games in a week, the last one against Walsall on Saturday 3-0. Those two victories have seen then move up into the automatic promotion places.
So far this season on their travels Leeds have won three, drawn one and lost two. Those two losses have come on their last two away outings at Peterborough United and Millwall.
Leeds could line up against last seasons loan star Dougie Freedman although he`s missed the last few games with injury.
The clubs had never met until 2006 in all competitions.
So far they have met on five occasions with Leeds winning two, Southend two and one draw.
At Roots Hall there have been one draw and one victory to Southend.
The game at Roots Hall last season was Gwyn Williams one and only game in charge of Leeds before the appointment of Gary McAllister.
Full history of results (League unless stated)
2006/07 Leeds United 1-3 Southend United League Cup
2006/07 Leeds United 2-0 Southend United
2006/07 Southend United 1-1 Leeds United
2007/08 Leeds United 4-1 Southend United
2007/08 Southend United 1-0 Leeds United
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