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LUFC Leeds v Cardiff Head To Head

Leeds United welcome Cardiff City to Elland Road on Sunday hoping to end a terrible winless run against the bluebirds.

Leeds have lost the last six meetings between the two sides and have not won any of the last eleven between the two, stretching back to the 1983/84 season when a George McCluskey goal earned Leeds all three points in a 1-0 win at Ninian Park.

Cardiff were one of only two sides to complete the double over Leeds last season, the other being Derby.

They were also the only side to defeat Leeds in the championship between in a twenty game period. Cardiff were the last side to defeat Leeds in October 2010 when they left Elland Road with a 4-0 win and they completed the double at the Cardiff City Stadium with a 2-1 win in January 2011.

Leeds have failed to score in their last three home games against Cardiff and have now gone 346 minutes since their last goal against them at Elland Road when Simon Walton netted in a 1-1 draw during the 2004/05 season.

Despite the poor run in recent games, Leeds still have a good record at Elland Road. Out of 24 games, Leeds have won 11, drawn 6 and lost 7.

The first ever meeting between the two at Elland Road came during the 1920/21 season, when Cardiff won a Second Division clash 2-1.

Leeds enjoyed their first win at Elland Road during the 1925/26 season when they won 1-0.

Leeds biggest win came during the 1947/48 season when they won 4-0. Cardiff enjoyed their biggest win last season when they won by the same margin.

Full history at Elland Road
1920/21 Leeds 1-2 Cardiff
1924/25 Leeds 0-0 Cardiff
1925/26 Leeds 1-0 Cardiff
1926/27 Leeds 0-0 Cardiff
1928/29 Leeds 3-0 Cardiff
1947/48 Leeds 4-0 Cardiff
1948/49 Leeds 0-0 Cardiff
1949/50 Leeds 2-0 Cardiff
1949/50 Leeds 3-1 Cardiff FA Cup
1950/51 Leeds 2-0 Cardiff
1951/52 Leeds 2-1 Cardiff
1955/56 Leeds 1-2 Cardiff FA Cup
1956/57 Leeds 3-0 Cardiff
1957/58 Leeds 1-2 Cardiff FA Cup
1962/63 Leeds 3-0 Cardiff
1963/64 Leeds 1-1 Cardiff
1974/75 Leeds 4-1 Cardiff FA Cup
1983/84 Leeds 1-0 Cardiff
1984/85 Leeds 1-1 Cardiff
2004/05 Leeds 1-1 Cardiff
2005/06 Leeds 0-1Cardiff
2006/07 Leeds 0-1Cardiff
2010/11 Leeds 0-4 Cardiff



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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 29 2011

Time: 11:17AM

Your Comments

I knew they did the double over us last season but didn't realise just how bad our record has been. No win since 83/84, time to put that right.
king billy
I don't they are as strong this season as they was last. Thought they looked good for promotion when they ripped us apart at Elland Road last season. I think we will bounce back after the midweek defeat and get our first win against them since Wham were in the charts!
dazza71
If we play anything like we did against Birmingham which we were so unlucky not to win, I'd say we'll turn them over...Leeds can match any team in this division...I'm sure Grayson will have the players fired up for this game...We owe them a good football hiding! And we have the players to do just that''...
iwa
Time for the record to be changed,
Tiny T
 

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