Date:Thursday January 19 2012
Vital Leeds looks at the form of both Leeds United and Ipswich Town ahead of the game at Elland Road on Saturday.
The whites battled to a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace last time out, thanks to a halfway through the second half by Robert Snodgrass. Leeds had trailed 1-0 for much of the game and Palace had been reduced to ten men on the stroke of half time.
Last time out at home, Leeds beat Burnley 2-1 thanks to a goal deep into stoppage time by Ross McCormack.
The win brought to an end a run of three straight defeats.
They had also lost three of their four previous home games.
So far this season at home, Leeds have won six, drawn two and lost four.
Leeds have netted just eight goals in their last eight home games, this after scoring nine goals in their first four home games of the season.
So far in 2012 they have picked up four points from a possible six with a win and a draw.
They are currently in 11th place in the championship, with 39 points from 26 points.
Recent home form: DLLWLW
Last time out, Ipswich let a two goal lead slip inside the final half hour to draw 2-2 with Blackpool at home.
In their last away game, they were beaten 2-1 at Birmingham City.
So far this season away from home, they have won three, drawn three and lost six.
They have won just one of their last nine games away from Portman Road.
Only Doncaster Rovers (31) have conceded more goals than Ipswich (29) on their travels this season.
Ipswich have the worst defensive record in the championship having conceded 51 goals already this season.
In their last six championship games, they have picked up just two points from a possible eighteen.
They are currently 19th in the table with 28 points from 26 games.
Recent away form: LWDLLL
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Date:Thursday January 19 2012
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