Date:Thursday April 9 2009
Leeds entertain Stockport County on Saturday hoping to extend their winning run at Elland Road to nine games.
The Whites drew 2-2 at Leyton Orient on Tuesday night after leading 2-0 and Orient down to ten men.
Last time at home they beat MK Dons 2-0 thanks to two goals from Jermaine Beckford.
They are now unbeaten in ten games
Recent home form: WWWWWW
The Hatters are currently suffering a poor run of results that have seen their chances of reaching the Play Offs diminish.
They have lost four and drawn one of their last five games.
Last time out away they lost 2-0 at Bristol Rovers.
Recent away form (last game first) LLLDLW
This will be Stockport`s first visit to Leeds since the early days of Leeds United in 1924.
The clubs have only ever met seven times during their histories, Leeds have two wins to Stockport`s one at Leeds.
They have already met this season, it was Simon Grayson`s first away game and after falling behind early on Leeds ran out 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Becchio, Delph and Christie.
Full history of results
1920/21 Stockport County 3-1 Leeds United
1920/21 Leeds United 0-2 Stockport County
1922/23 Leeds United 2-0 Stockport County
1922/23 Stockport County 2-1 Leeds United
1923/24 Stockport County 1-1 Leeds United
1923/24 Leeds United 4-0 Stockport County
2008/09 Stockport County 1-3 Leeds United
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