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Stats Zone: Leeds United

4 April 2017

The facts and figures ahead of tonight's game at Griffin Park

The match in numbers

1 - Leeds last 12 Sky Bet Championship games in London have seen them win just once

6 - Pablo Hernandez leads the second tier in assists from corners

9 - Brentford wins over The Whites

10 - The last seven meetings have produced just 10 goals

11 - Nobody in the second tier has conceded fewer goals in the first-half than United

12 - Leeds wins over Brentford

12 - Draws between the two sides

17 - Leeds are the Championship's top scorer from crosses in 2016/17

19 - Points Dean Smith's side have earned from nine Tuesday night games this campaign, 6 wins, 1 draw, 2 defeats

47 - No player has scored a higher percentage of his sides' goals in the league this season than Chris Wood, 24 of 51

60 - Bees fans have been treated to an average of four goals a game so far in 2017

1950 - Brentford are unbeaten in seven at Griffin Park against Leeds United going back more than 65 years

More pre-match build-up?

Match Preview

Dean Smith: "We know that it is going to be a tough game but it is one that we are relishing”

Sergi Canos believes the team head into tonight's game full of confidence

Four memorable matches against The Whites

The First Meeting

30 November 1935, Football League Division One - Brentford 2 Leeds United 2
Brentford XI: Mathieson; Ashley, Poyser, McKenzie, James, Richards, Hopkins, Robson, McCulloch, Scott, Fletcher
Brentford's first season in England's top division continues with a much changed side for our first encounter with Leeds. Ends in a 2-2 draw despite Billy Scott and David McCulloch handing the Bees an early two-goal lead.

The Last Meeting

17 December 2016, Sky Bet Championship - Leeds United 1 Brentford 0
Brentford XI: Bentley, Egan, Dean, Bjelland, Colin, Yennaris (McEachran 72), Sawyers, Woods, Field (Barbet 83), Vibe (KaiKai 79), Hogan
Kyle Bartley breaks Bees resolve with 89th minute winner at Elland Road

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