Date:Sunday January 1 2012
Vital Leeds looks at the form of both Leeds United and Burnley going into the first game of 2012.
The game brings to an end the busy festive period with both sides having played three times.
The Whites come into the game without a point over the festive period having lost 1-0 at Derby and 4-1 at Barnsley.
They have now lost three games in a row and have not won in their last four.
In their last home game, they were beaten 1-0 by Reading.
So far this season at home, Leeds have won five, drawn two and lost four.
Their home form has been poor recently and they have won just one of their last six at home when they beat Millwall 2-0 at the beginning of December.
They have also managed to score just six goals in their last seven home games.
Leeds are now in 10th place with 35 points from 24 games.
Recent home form: DDLLWL
The clarets have enjoyed back-to-back wins over Christmas, beating Doncaster Rovers 3-0 and Hull City 1-0 at Turf Moor.
In contrast to Leeds, Burnley have now won their last three games.
In their last away game, they beat nine men Brighton 1-0 after the home side had two players sent off in the opening twelve minutes.
So far this season on their travels, Burnley have won six and lost five and have yet to draw.
They have won their last three games on the road at Hull City (3-2), West Ham (2-1) and Brighton (1-0).
Only West Ham and Middlesbrough have won more away games than Burnley so far this season.
They have only failed to score in two of their eleven games on the road this season.
Burnley are now 7th in the championship with 36 points from 24 games.
Recent away form: WLLWWW
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