Date:Friday December 24 2010
Vital Leeds looks at the form guide of both Leicester and Leeds ahead of their clash at the Walkers Stadium on Boxing Day.
The Foxes suffered a 3-0 defeat at Ipswich last time out in blizzard conditions that held the game up for a period whilst the lines were cleared on the pitch.
Last time out at home they beat Doncaster Rovers 5-1 after going behind early on.
Leicester are unbeaten in their last seven home games since being beaten by Queens Park Rangers 2-0 in September.
They have won their last three at home against, Derby 2-0, Nottingham Forest 1-0 and Doncaster 5-1.
So far this season at home they have won six, drawn three and lost two of their eleven games.
They are currently in sixteenth place with twenty-eight points from twenty-two games.
Home form: Dlwlwdwdwww
The Whites are the form side in the Championship at the moment and are unbeaten in their last nine games taking twenty one points from a possible twenty seven.
Leeds beat league leaders Queens Park Rangers 2-0 at home last time out.
Last time out on their travels they turned around a 2-0 half time deficit to win 3-2.
Leeds are unbeaten in their last six away games since losing to Ipswich at the beginning of October.
They have won four of those six games against Middlesbrough 2-1, Scunthorpe 4-1, Coventry 3-2 and Burnley 3-2.
Their two draws during the unbeaten run came at Norwich 1-1 and Reading 0-0.
So far this season on their travels they have won five, drawn four and lost two of their eleven games.
Overall they currently fill the second automatic promotion spot with thirty-eight points from, twenty-two games.
Away form: DWLdLWWWDdW
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Date:Friday December 24 2010
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