LUFC Leeds v Hull City Match Preview
Leeds United return to Elland Road on Tuesday night hoping to put an end to their poor home form.
Leeds won away from home on Saturday when they beat Coventry City thanks to goals from John Howson, Robert Snodgrass and Max Gradel.
Last time out at home they were beaten 4-0 by Cardiff City, their third home defeat in a row.
So far this season at home they have played seven, winning three and losing four.
They are currently in eighth spot with twenty-three points from fifteen games.
Home Form: LWWWLLL
The Tigers were beaten 1-0 at home by near neighbours Scunthorpe United on Saturday.
Last time out on their travels they drew 1-1 at Hull City.
So far this season away from home they have played seven and have won one, drawn two and lost four.
They are currently in twentieth place with fourteen points from fifteen games.
Away form: LLLWLDD
The two sides have met on nineteen occasions at Elland Road with Leeds winning twelve, Hull two and five draws.
The last time the sides met at Elland Road was during the 2006/07 season when they battled at a 0-0 draw.
Last ten meetings at Elland Road
1953/54 Leeds 0-0 Hull
1954/55 Leeds 3-0 Hull
1955/56 Leeds 1-0 Hull
1985/86 Leeds 1-1 Hull
1986/87 Leeds 3-0 Hull
1987/88 Leeds 0-2 Hull
1988/89 Leeds 2-1 Hull
1989/90 Leeds 4-3 Hull
2005/06 Leeds 2-0 Hull
2006/07 Leeds 0-0 Hull
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