Date:Monday October 17 2011
Leeds United and Coventry City both go into Tuesday nights game at Elland Road on the back of good wins.
The whites won 3-0 at Doncaster Rovers on Friday night and they are now unbeaten in five games, having won four and drawn one.
Once again, Elland Road is becoming something of a fortress this season having won their last four games.
In their only other game at Elland Road this season, they were beaten 1-0 by Middlesbrough after having two players sent off.
The Middlesbrough defeat is their only home championship defeat in their last twenty-one games at Elland Road, stretching back to last October.
Elland Road is once again the place to be for goals this season with fifteen goals in five games, ten of them scored by Leeds.
Last time out at home they beat Portsmouth 1-0 thanks to a Danny Pugh goal. The midfielder has scored the opening goal in his last two appearances for Leeds.
Leeds are currently in seventh place in the championship with 17 points from 10 games and they have a game in hand on all the sides above them.
Recent form (Championship): LWWDWW
The sky blues beat midlands neighbours Nottingham Forest 1-0 at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday thanks to a goal from Lukas Jutkiewicz.
It was only Coventry`s second win of the season having beaten high flying Derby County at home earlier in the season.
It brought to an end a run of four games without a win.
On their travels so far this season, they have drawn one and lost four of their five games. Their only point came at Middlesbrough in August in a 1-1 draw.
The goal at Middlesbrough was their last away goal and they have now gone 194 minutes without a goal.
They have only managed two goals in five away games so far this season, both by leading goalscorer Lucas Jutkiewicz.
Whilst only scoring two goals they have managed to concede nine.
Last time out away from home they were beaten 2-0 at Barnsley.
The win for Coventry on Saturday takes them out of the bottom three and into nineteenth place with ten points from eleven games.
Recent form (Championship): WLDDLW
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Date:Monday October 17 2011
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