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LUFC Portsmouth v Leeds Head to Head

Vital Leeds looks at the head to head record between Portsmouth and Leeds at Fratton Park throughout the years.

The two sides have met on 28 occasions at Portsmouth with the home side winning 13, Leeds 6 and 9 draws.

The last time they met was during the 2007/08 season when Portsmouth knocked Leeds out of the Carling Cup 3-0.

Their last league meeting came in Leeds last season in the Premier League when Portsmouth won 6-1, a result that saw manager Peter Reid sacked as Leeds boss.

Leeds last win came during the 1998/99 season when they knocked Portsmouth out of the FA Cup 5-1 after going behind early on.

Three of the last four meetings have been in cup competitions.

There as not been a shortage of goals in recent encounters with 45 goals coming in the last 10 games on the South coast.

The two clubs met over the festive period this season at Elland Road and shared the points in a 3-3 draw.

Leeds looked to be heading for a comfortable win when they led 2-0 inside ten minutes thanks to goals from Max Gradel and John Howson.

David Nugent pulled a goal back for the visitors before Bradley Johnson restored the two-goal advantage.

Leeds defender Andy O`Brien then had an afternoon that he`d sooner forget when he twice put through his own goal, the equaliser coming deep into stoppage time.

Last ten meetings at Fratton Park (League unless stated)

1983/84 Portsmouth 2-3 Leeds
1984/85 Portsmouth 3-1 Leeds
1985/86 Portsmouth 2-3 Leeds
1986/87 Portsmouth 1-1 Leeds
1988/89 Portsmouth 4-0 Leeds
1989/90 Portsmouth 3-3 Leeds
1998/99 Portsmouth 1-5 Leeds FA Cup
2003/04 Portsmouth 6-1 Leeds
2004/05 Portsmouth 2-1 Leeds League Cup
2007/08 Portsmouth 3-0 Leeds League Cup


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Writer:Dazza71
Date:Friday January 21 2011
Time: 7:20AM

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