Date:Monday October 26 2009
Bristol Rovers welcome Leeds United to the Memorial Ground on Tuesday night for a re arranged League One fixture.
The dreaded manager of the month curse seems to have hit Paul Trollope, after picking up the award in September after his side won four and drew one they have lost three out of three in October.
The latest defeat coming at home against Yeovil Town on Saturday.
So far at home this season they have won three, lost two and drawn one.
The Whites lost their first league game of the season at Millwall on Saturday, they do still lead the League One table by one point and have this game in hand over their nearest opposition.
On their travels this season Leeds have won four, drawn one and lost one.
Leeds don`t have the greatest of records at Bristol Rovers winning only once in their seven visits. Bristol have won three and three have been drawn.
This fixture has always seen plenty of goals with thirty two being scored in the seven encounters.
Last season the two clubs couldn`t be split with both games finishing 2-2.
Full history of results at Bristol Rovers
1953/54 Bristol Rovers 1-1 Leeds United
1954/55 Bristol Rovers 5-1 Leeds United
1955/56 Bristol Rovers 4-1 Leeds United
1960/61 Bristol Rovers 4-4 Leeds United
1961/62 Bristol Rovers 4-0 Leeds United
2007/08 Bristol Rovers 0-3 Leeds United
2008/09 Bristol Rovers 2-2 Leeds United
Betting (Odds supplied by Betfair.com)
Bristol Rovers 85/40
Leeds United 7/5
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