Date:Thursday October 13 2011
Leeds United travel to the Keepmoat stadium on Friday night to face Doncaster Rovers with both sides in good form.
Rovers have had an upturn in fortune since the arrival of new manager Dean Saunders.
They have taken seven points from a possible nine with wins over Crystal Palace (home), Peterborough United (away), and a draw with Hull City (home).
So far in the championship at the Keepmoat, they have won one, drawn two and lost two.
They are unbeaten in their last three home games, drawing two and winning one.
Goals at the Keepmoat this season have been hard to come by with only seven goals in five games being scored, with Doncaster netting three times.
Rovers have yet to score in the first half of a championship match at the Keepmoat this season. There earliest goal scored by Simon Gillett in the 58th minute in the last home game against Hull City.
Rovers are currently in twentieth place with eight points from ten games.
Recent form (home and away): DLLWDW
The Whites have picked up ten points from a possible twelve in their last four games and they have lost just once in seven championship games.
Leeds have played four times on their travels so far this season, losing two and drawing two.
They suffered defeats at Southampton 3-1 and Ipswich 2-1 and drew at West Ham 2-2 and Brighton 3-3.
Leeds four away games have seen seventeen goals with Leeds netting on seven occasions.
Of Leeds seven goals on their travels, three have come in injury time. Injury time goals at West Ham and Brighton both earned them a point.
Their earliest goal away from home this season came in the eighteenth minute at Brighton.
Both teams have scored in all four of Leeds away games this season.
Leeds have gone ten games since their last away win when they won 2-1 at Preston in March.
They have not kept a clean sheet on their travels since their trip to Bristol City in February, there only clean sheet in their last seventeen away games.
Recent form (home and away):DLWWDW
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Date:Thursday October 13 2011
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