LUFC Leeds v Birmingham Form Guide
Vital Leeds looks at the form of both Leeds United and Birmingham City ahead of the game at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
The whites come into the game unbeaten in the championship so far in 2012.
Leeds have picked up seven points from a possible nine but it could all have been so different. They have trailed in all three games with the opposition being reduced to ten men in each game.
Last time out they beat Ipswich Town 3-1 at home to make it back to back home wins for the first time since beating Bristol City and Portsmouth in September and October.
The three goals against Ipswich was the first time they had netted more than twice at home since beating Crystal Palace 3-2 on September 10th.
So far this season at home, Leeds have won seven, drawn two and lost four.
Ross McCormack has now netted in three of Leeds last five home games.
Leeds are one of only two sides in the championship, Southampton being the other, to have two players in double figures this season. Ross McCormack (12) and Robert Snodgrass (10) lead the way for Leeds.
They have the worst home defensive record of any side in the top half of the championship having conceded seventeen goals at Elland Road this season.
Leeds are currently in 9th place in the championship with 42 points from 27 games.
Recent home form: LLWLWW
The blues are the form side in the championship at the moment.
Birmingham are unbeaten in their last nine games and they have won their last five league and cup games in a row.
They have kept four clean sheets in a row and have not conceded a goal for 432 minutes.
In their last game, they won 4-0 at Sheffield United in the FA Cup on Saturday.
In their last championship game, they beat Watford 3-0 at home.
They have now score thirteen goals in their last three games having won 6-0 at Millwall in their last championship away game.
So far this season on their travels, they have won three, drawn three and lost seven.
No side in the top sixteen in the championship have won less games away than Birmingham.
They have already played 38 games this season in all competitions, more than any other club in the top four divisions.
Birmingham are currently in 7th place with 43 points from 26 games.
Recent away form: LLDWWW
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