Date:Friday December 24 2010
Vital Leeds looks at the head to head record of Leicester City and Leeds ahead of the clash at the Walkers Stadium on Boxing Day.
Leeds have met Leicester on more occasions than any other club during their history.
The two sides have met on 115 occasions in total with 58 of them coming at Leicester.
Leicester enjoy the better record with 26 wins, there have been 18 draws and Leeds have won 14.
Leicester won 1-0 the last time the two clubs met at the Walkers Stadium with Steve Howard scoring the winner deep into injury time.
Leeds are still looking for their first win at the Walkers stadium since Leicester moved to their new ground in 2002. They have lost three and drawn two on their five previous visits.
Leeds won twice at Filbert Street during the 2001/02 season including a 6-0 win in the League Cup.
The sides have already met on two occasions at Elland Road, Leicester have won both games 2-1.
Results at Leicester since 1999/00 (league unless stated)
1999/00 Leicester 0-0 Leeds League Cup (Leicester won 4-2 on penalties)
1999/00 Leicester 2-1 Leeds
2000/01 Leicester 3-1 Leeds
2001/02 Leicester 0-6 Leeds League Cup
2001/02 Leicester 0-2 Leeds
2003/04 Leicester 4-0 Leeds
2004/05 Leicester 2-0 Leeds
2005/06 Leicester 1-1 Leeds
2006/07 Leicester 1-1 Leeds
2008/09 Leicester 1-0 Leeds
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Date:Friday December 24 2010
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