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LUFC Oldham v Leeds Preview

Leeds travel to Boundary Park for the second time in a month, hoping to produce a repeat performance of their FA Cup victory in early November.

Form


Oldham
The Latics had the weekend of due to the cup defeat by Leeds.
They are in a run of bad form at the moment, winning only one of their last nine games.
Last time out they lost 3-0 at Walsall.
In their last home game they came from 2-0 down to claim a point against Colchester United.

Last six at home DLLLdW

Leeds
The Whites continue to set the pace in League One and have won four league games in a row since suffering their only defeat of the season at Millwall.
Last time out Leeds managed to salvage a 1-1 draw at Kettering in the FA Cup on Sunday after falling behind.

Last six away DWWLWd

History

Oldham have been something of a bogey side to Leeds United over the years at Boundary Park. Leeds have only ever won on four visits out of twenty two previous encounters, with Oldham winning ten times.

Leeds are however unbeaten on their last five visits, winning two and drawing three.

When the two clubs met last season Oldham enjoyed a 2-0 win at Elland Road thanks to two goals from Chris Taylor.

In the return game in front of the live Sky TV cameras the side drew 1-1, Lee Hughes scored early in the second half for the hosts before Luciano Becchio equalised for Leeds soon afterwards.

The two sides met less than a month ago at Boundary Park in the FA Cup when Leeds eased to a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Jon Howson and Mike Grella.


Last ten meetings at Boundary Park League unless stated)
1987/88 Oldham 1-1 Leeds
1987/88 Oldham 4-2 Leeds League Cup
1988/89 Oldham 2-2 Leeds
1989/90 Oldham 2-1 Leeds League Cup
1989/90 Oldham 3-1 Leeds
1991/92 Oldham 2-0 Leeds
1992/93 Oldham 2-2 Leeds
1993/94 Oldham 1-1 Leeds
2007/08 Oldham 0-1 Leeds
2008/09 Oldham 1-1 Leeds
2009/10 Oldham 0-2 Leeds FA Cup

Betting (odds supplied by Betfair.com)

Match Betting

Oldham 100/30
Draw 13/5
Leeds 20/21


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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 30 2009

Time: 2:25PM

Your Comments

Lets hope the Oldham jinx is gone, with a full strength team I think we will come away with a win...What happened at Kettering we were lucky no dough...About that...
iwa
Its not very often a club goes to the same place in a short space of time and wins both. Got a bad feeling about Paul Heffernan whose just joined them on loan.
dazza71
We need at least a point if not 3
Tiny T
I can't see it being a problem, there best player the other week was Chris Taylor and he's out.
King Billy
Cant wait for the team sheet as there are a lot options now. Thet should be fresh after a weeks rest but we will nave a few players who didnt play on Sunday as well. Looks like Taylor will be missing again through his persistant hip injury wich will help but we need to watch hefferan.
erni
 

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