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LUFC - Leeds v Millwall preview

Leeds entertain Millwall in a live TV clash on Monday night hoping to get the better of one of their promotion rivals.

Form:

Leeds
The Whites lost last Saturday at Walsall 1-0, they have recently rediscovered their home form beating Peterborough and Southend in their last two home games.

Recent home form (last game first) WWLDLW

Millwall
The Lions lost last weekend at home against Scunthorpe United, last time out away they won 2-0 at Hereford United

Recent away from (last game first) WLWLWD

Team news:

Leeds
Jermaine Beckford, Lee Trundle and Jonathan Douglas all took knocks in last weekends defeat at Walsall but are expected to be fit by Monday.
Deadline day signing Mike Grella will be hoping for a place in the squad after scoring a hat trick during his two week trial with the club.
Only definite absentees are long term injured Paul Huntington and Enoch Showunmi.


Millwall
New signing Richard Duffy looks set to make his debut probably in place of skipper Paul Robinson who will be missing after breaking his toe.

History:

The two clubs have only ever met eight times at Elland Road with Leeds winning 5 games, Millwall 2 and 1 draw.

They have already met this season at the Den when Leeds took the lead through Becchio before losing 3-1.


Last time they met at Elland Road

Leeds United 4-2 Millwall
Prutton.............. Hoskins
Beckford............. Brkovic
Douglas (2)

Attendance: 30,319

Teams:

Leeds
Ankergren, Richardson, Heath, Clapham, Marques, Prutton, Douglas, Westlake, Carole (78), Beckford (90), Kandol.
Subs: Lucas, Huntington, Da Costa (90), Weston (78), Andrews.

Millwall
Pidgeley, Senda, Shaw, Dunne, Robinson, Frampton, O`Hara, Brkovic, Fuseini (62), Alexander, Hoskins.
Subs: Day, Barron, Whitbread, Simpson (62), Harris.

Full history of results at Elland Road
1931/32 Leeds United 0-1 Millwall
1947/48 Leeds United 2-1 Millwall
1985/86 Leeds United 3-1 Millwall
1986/87 Leeds United 2-0 Millwall
1987/88 Leeds United 1-2 Millwall
2004/05 Leeds United 1-1 Millwall
2005/06 Leeds United 2-1 Millwall
2007/08 Leeds United 4-2 Millwall



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Date:Friday February 6 2009
Time: 9:49PM

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