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LUFC Leeds v Leyton Orient Preview

LUFC Leeds v Leyton Orient Preview

Leeds United welcome Leyton Orient to Elland Road on Tuesday night hoping to continue the blistering pace they are setting at the top of League One.

Form


Leeds
The Whites are six points clear at the top of League One and still have a game in hand after Saturday`s emphatic 3-0 win at Brighton.
Since losing to Millwall a month ago they have won five out of five, scoring sixteen goals and conceding just the one.

Leeds remain unbeaten at Elland Road since January, a run lasting nineteen games.

Recent home form: WWWwdD

Leyton Orient
The O`s won their first game in seven, when beating Tranmere 2-1 at home on Saturday.

So far this season on their travels in the league they have won two, drawn one and lost five.

Last six away: LDLWLL

History

The two clubs have met ten times previously at Elland Road with Leeds winning six times to Orient`s one.

Orients sole success coming almost fifty years ago when they won 3-1 in 1960.

When the sides clashed last season at Elland Road, Leeds had to come from behind to win.

Dean Morgan gave the visitors a shock lead on 36 minutes, Leeds were level two minutes later thanks to an own goal and Becchio claimed all three points for the home side with the winner on the stroke of half time.

Jermaine Beckford had a bad night in front of goal missing a penalty and hitting the woodwork on three separate occasions.

Full list of results at Elland Road
1920/21 Leeds 2-1 Clapton Orient
1921/22 Leeds 2-0 Clapton Orient
1922/23 Leeds 0-0 Clapton Orient
1923/24 Leeds 1-0 Clapton Orient
1927/28 Leeds 4-0 Clapton Orient
1960/61 Leeds 1-3 Leyton Orient
1961/92 Leeds 0-0 Leyton Orient
1963/64 Leeds 2-1 Leyton Orient
2007/08 Leeds 1-1 Leyton Orient
2008/09 Leeds 2-1 Leyton Orient

Betting (Odds supplied by Betfair.com)

Match Betting

Leeds 1-3
Draw 9/2
Leyton Orient 11/1




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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Monday November 23 2009
Time: 4:30PM

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