Date:Monday October 22 2012
Vital Leeds United looks at the head-to-head record between Leeds United and Charlton Athletic at Elland Road over the years.
The two clubs have met on 23 occasions in all competitions at Elland Road with the home side winning 13, Charlton 4 and 6 drawn.
Leeds were unbeaten in the first four encounters between the two, starting with a 2-0 win during the 1931/32 season.
Charlton won at the fifth attempt with a 2-0 win during the 1946/47 season, their highest win at Elland Road.
Leeds enjoyed their biggest win during the 1956/57 season when they won 4-0.
The highest profile game between the two came during the 1986/87 season when the two met in a two-legged play off for a place in the First Division.
After losing the first leg 1-0 at Selhurst Park, Leeds won the second leg 1-0, Brendan Ormsby getting the final touch to a Bob Taylor effort to bring the scores level on aggregate. Leeds could not find a winner on the night and a replay was played at St Andrews Birmingham four days later with Leeds losing 2-1 after extra time.
Charlton are unbeaten on the last four visits to Elland Road. The last time the two met was during the 2009/10 season when they shared the points in a 0-0 draw.
Full list of results - League unless stated
1931/32 Leeds 2-0 Charlton
1936/37 Leeds 2-0 Charlton
1937/38 Leeds 2-2 Charlton
1938/39 Leeds 2-1 Charlton
1946/47 Leeds 0-2 Charlton
1956/57 Leeds 4-0 Charlton
1960/61 Leeds 1-0 Charlton
1961/62 Leeds 1-0 Charlton
1962/63 Leeds 4-1 Charlton
1963/64 Leeds 1-1 Charlton
1968/69 Leeds 1-0 Charlton League Cup
1982/83 Leeds 1-2 Charlton
1983/84 Leeds 1-0 Charlton
1984/85 Leeds 1-0 Charlton
1985/86 Leeds 1-2 Charlton
1986/87 Leeds 1-0 Charlton Play-off final second leg
1992/93 Leeds 1-1 Charlton FA Cup
1998/99 Leeds 4-1 Charlton
2000/01 Leeds 3-1 Charlton
2001/02 Leeds 0-0 Charlton
2002/03 Leeds 1-2 Charlton
2003/04 Leeds 3-3 Charlton
2009/10 Leeds 0-0 Charlton
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Date:Monday October 22 2012
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