Date:Thursday February 10 2011
Vital Leeds looks at the form of both Bristol City and Leeds United ahead of their clash at Ashton Gate on Saturday.
The robins won for the first time since New Years Day last Saturday with a comprehensive 4-0 win at Preston North End.
Last time out at Ashton Gate they were beaten by Swansea City 2-0.
Their recent form as seen them pick up just five points from their last six games and they are 17th in the Championship form table.
They have won five, drawn four and lost six so far this season at home.
Bristol are currently in 18th place in the Championship, with 35 points from 30 games.
Recent home form: WDWLLL
The Whites beat Coventry City 1-0 at Elland Road last time out thanks to a Davide Somma goal.
Last time out on their travels they drew 2-2 at Hull City and they have now gone four Championship games without a win, since winning at Burnley in early December.
They have lost just one of their last ten Championship away games when they lost 2-1 at Cardiff in early January.
Their last ten away games have seen them win three, draw six and lose one.
Leeds are currently 11th in the Championship form table with nine points from their last six games.
So far this season on their travels they have won five, drawn seven and lost three.
They are currently in sixth place with 49 points from 30 games.
Recent away form: WDLDDD
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Date:Thursday February 10 2011
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