Date:Wednesday November 16 2011
Leeds United travel to Burnley on Saturday for a lunchtime kick off in front of the live BBC TV cameras.
We look at the form of both sides going into the games.
Burnley go into this game on the back of consecutive defeats before the international break.
In their last game, they were beaten 3-1 at Bristol City. This was preceded by a 3-1 home defeat to Leicester City.
They have won just two of their last six championship games.
So far this season at home, they have won two, drawn three and lost three. They have scored thirteen and conceded twelve in their eight home games this season.
Charlie Austin is the leading goal scorer for Burnley so far this season having netted on nine occasions.
Ross Wallace is hoping to make it four scoring games in a row having netted in their last three games.
Burnley are currently in nineteenth place with eighteen points from fifteen games.
Recent form: LWLWLL
eeds went into the international break with a 1-0 win at Leicester City.
It was only Leeds second win in their last six games.
Leeds have won three of their last four away games.
So far this season on their travels they have won three, drawn two and lost three.
They have netted thirteen and conceded thirteen in their eight away games.
Ross McCormack is the leading goal scorer for Leeds this season with ten, although he has gone six games without a goal.
Leeds are currently in seventh place with twenty-five points from sixteen games.
Recent form: DWLDLW
urnley have not been involved in a 0-0 draw home or away since January, when they had consecutive 0-0 draws with QPR (home) and Scunthorpe (away), a run going back 41 games.
Burnley have yet to keep a clean sheet at home this season and they have failed to score on two occasions.
They have not kept a clean sheet at home for 19 games.
There have been 25 goals in Burnley`s 8 home championship games this season.
Leeds have not been involved in a 0-0 draw on their travels since last November, a runoff 22 games.
Leeds last 0-0 draw was in April when they drew 0-0 at home with Reading, a run stretching back 23 games.
They have managed just two clean sheets so far this season on their travels and their eight championship games on their travels have produced 27 goals.
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Date:Wednesday November 16 2011
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