Date:Thursday April 29 2010
Leeds United travel to Charlton Athletic on Saturday with both sides still eyeing the final automatic promotion spot in League One.
The Addicks could only manage a 1-1 draw at Exeter City last Saturday, which leaves them five points behind Leeds with just two games remaining.
Last time out at home they lost 1-0 to Norwich City, the result clinched promotion for the Canaries.
So far this season at home they have won 13, drawn 6 and lost 3.
Recent home results: LWWDWL
The Whites beat MK Dons 4-1 last Saturday to keep one point ahead of Millwall.
Last time out away they lost 3-2 at Gillingham.
So far this season on their travels they have won 11, drawn 5 and lost 6.
Recent away form: LWWLLW
The two clubs have met on 22 occasions at Charlton with Leeds having the slightly better record, they have won 11, Charlton have won 9 and 2 have been drawn.
Leeds have won on five of their last six visits to the Valley in fact the last time they lost to Charlton away from home was when they were playing at Selhurst Park and they were beaten 1-0 in the 1968/87 Play off final first leg.
When the two clubs met at Elland Road earlier in the season they played out a dire 0-0 draw.
Last ten meetings at Charlton (League unless stated)
1984/85 Charlton 2-3 Leeds
1985/86 Charlton 4-0 Leeds
1986/87 Charlton 1-0 Leeds Play off final first leg
1992/93 Charlton 1-3 Leeds FA Cup
1998/99 Charlton 1-1 Leeds
2000/01 Charlton 1-2 Leeds
2001/02 Charlton 0-2 Leeds
2002/03 Charlton 1-6 Leeds
2003/04 Charlton 0-2 Leeds
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Date:Thursday April 29 2010
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