LUFC Leeds to face Shrewsbury in League Cup
Leeds United have been handed a home draw tie against Shrewsbury Town in the Capital One League Cup.
Shrewsbury, under the guidance of veteran manager Graham Turner will be playing in League One in the coming season after winning promotion from League Two last season.
It will be the first time the two sides have clashed since meeting in a Division Two clash in December 1988.
Despite goals from Bobby Davison and a penalty from John Sheridan, Leeds slipped to their first league defeat under Howard Wilkinson, in his eleventh league game in charge as Shrewsbury recorded their only win in nine visits to Elland Road.
The game will be played in the week prior to the Championship season kicking off on August 18th.
The fixtures for the championship will be announced this Monday (June 18th) at 9am.
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