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LUFC Leeds match history September 25th

In a new feature on Vital Leeds we will be taking a look back at the clubs record on their next match day.

Leeds next match will be on September 25th against Sheffield United at Elland Road.

It`s the first time Leeds have played on this date since beating Newcastle 3-2 in 1999 thanks to goals from Lee Bowyer, Harry Kewell and Michael Bridges in a Premiership encounter at Elland Road.

Here is how Leeds have done over the years on 25th September:

1920 Division 2 Blackpool Away L 0-1
1926 Division 1 Arsenal Home W 4-1
1937 Division 1 Liverpool Home W 2-0
1946 Division 1 Charlton Athletic Away L 0-5
1948 Division 2 Chesterfield Away L 1-3
1954 Division 2 Ipswich Town Away W 2-1
1957 Division 1 Sunderland Home W 2-1
1963 League Cup Mansfield Town Home W 5-1
1965 Division 1 Blackburn Rovers Home W 3-0
1968 League Cup Bristol City Home W 2-1
1971 Division 1 Huddersfield Town Away L 1-2
1976 Division 1 Middlesbrough Away L 0-1
1982 Division 2 Fulham Away L 2-3
1984 League Cup Gillingham Away W 2-1
1985 League Cup Walsall Home D 0-0
1993 Premiership Coventry City Away W 2-0
1999 Premiership Newcastle United Home W 3-2


Overall playing record:

Played 17

Won 10
Drawn 1
Lost 6

Scored 31
Conceded 23




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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 23 2010

Time: 6:28PM

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I felt dirty writing the names of two of the goalscorers againts Newcastle
dazza71
The 1971 game at Leeds Road against Huddersfield was almost an home game as we were having to play our home games there at the time due to getting banned from playing at Elland Road after the Jeff Astle goal for West Brom saw a pitch invasion.
king billy
 

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