Leeds United welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Elland Road on Wednesday for an FA Cup fourth round replay, with Bolton Wanderers awaiting the winners.
Leeds got back to winning ways on Saturday with a 2-0 home win over fellow promotion hopefuls Colchester United.
It was the sides first win in five in all competitions since knocking Manchester United out of the FA Cup.
Recent home form: WLDWWW
Spurs had to settle for a point on Saturday after conceding an equaliser at Birmingham City in the dying minutes.
The side have won only two of their six games so far this year.
Recent away form: DLdWDL
They have met seven times in the FA Cup, Spurs have won 3, Leeds 1 and 3 have been drawn.
When they met at White Hart Lane just over a week ago Leeds salvaged a 2-2 draw with a penalty from Jermaine Beckford deep into injury time.
In an enthralling FA Cup tie, Jermaine Defoe saw an early penalty for Spurs saved by Casper Ankergren.
Peter Crouch gave the home side the lead shortly before half time only for Beckford to equalise for a first time five minutes into the second half.
Roman Pavlyuchenko put Spurs back in front before the later drama which saw Leeds awarded a spot kick after a foul by Michael Dawson on Beckford.
Cup history between the two clubs
1953/54 Leed 3-3 Spurs
1953/54 Spurs 1-0 Leeds
1971/72 Leeds 2-1 Spurs
1981/82 Spurs 1-0 Leeds
1998/99 Leeds 1-1 Spurs
1998/99 Spurs 2-0 Leeds
2009/10 Spurs 2-2 Leeds
Betting (Odds supplied by Betfair.com)
Leeds Between 3/1 & 16/5
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