Date:Thursday December 9 2010
We take a look at the respective form guides of both sides ahead of this weekends clash.
The Clarets are currently in eight place with twenty nine points from nineteen games.
At Turf Moor, they have won seven, drawn two and lost just the one of their ten games played.
They are unbeaten in their last three since suffering a surprise, heavy 4-0 defeat at the hands of Reading.
Burnley have only failed to score in two home games so far this season, as well as Reading they failed to score in the 0-0 draw with Bristol City.
They have managed to keep a clean sheet in five of their ten home games so far.
Recent home form:
28/09/10 Hull City 4-0
19/10/10 Barnsley 3-0
23/10/10 Reading 0-4
09/11/10 Doncaster 1-1
13/11/10 Watford 3-2
27/11/10 Derby 2-1
The Whites are currently in sixth place with thirty-two points from twenty games.
Away from Elland Road, Leeds have won four, drawn four and lost two of their ten games.
Leeds are unbeaten in their last five away games, winning three and drawing two since losing to Ipswich at the beginning of October.
In their last away game they drew 0-0 at Reading, only their third away clean sheet of the season, the others coming at Watford and Doncaster.
Leeds have only failed to score against Doncaster and Reading on their travels so far this season.
Recent away form:
02/10/10 Ipswich 1-2
16/10/10 Middlesbrough 2-1
6/11/10 Coventry 3-2
20/11/10 Norwich 1-1
27/11/10 Reading 0-0
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Date:Thursday December 9 2010
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