Date:Thursday December 10 2009
Leeds United travel to Brentford this weekend hoping to put to the back of their minds the upcoming cup clash against Man United and concentrate on the main business of getting out of League One.
The Bees are in decent form at the moment winning two of their last three games.
Last time out they lost at Tranmere Rovers last Saturday 1-0.
The last time they played at home, they beat promotion hopefuls Colchester United 1-0.
They are unbeaten in their last six games at home.
They are currently in eighteenth position, two points above the drop zone.
Recent home form: WWDWDW
The Whites are unbeaten in ten games and continue to set the pace at the top of League One.
Last time out they beat non league Kettering 5-1 in an FA Cup replay, it did take them extra time to overcome their opposition.
The last time they played away they beat Oldham Athletic 2-0
Recent away form: WDWWWL
The two clubs have met thirteen times in their history at Griffin Park although this will be the first time since 1953.
Brentford have the better record winning five games to Leeds three.
Full history at Brentford (League unless stated)
1935/36 Brentford 2-2 Leeds
1936/37 Brentford 4-1 Leeds
1937/38 Brentford 1-1 Leeds
1938/39 Brentford 0-1 Leeds
1946/47 Brentford 1-1 Leeds
1947/48 Brentford 3-0 Leeds
1948/49 Brentford 1-3 Leeds
1949/50 Brentford 0-0 Leeds
1950/51 Brentford 1-2 Leeds
1951/52 Brentford 2-1 Leeds
1952/53 Brentford 2-1 Leeds FA Cup
1952/53 Brentford 3-3 Leeds
1953/54 Brentford 2-1 Leeds
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Date:Thursday December 10 2009
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