Date: 4th May 2013 at 6:20am
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A look back at what happened on this day May 4th in the history of Leeds United.


1929 Birmingham H L 0-1 Division 1
1935 Tottenham Hotspur H W 4-3 Division 1
1963 Luton Town H W 3-0 Division 2
1968 Liverpool H L 1-2 Division 1
1977 Everton H D 0-0 Division 1
1979 Queens Park Rangers H W 4-3 Division 1
1982 Everton A L 0-1 Division 1
1985 Wimbledon A D 2-2 Division 2
1987 West Bromwich Albion H W 3-2 Division 2
1991 Aston Villa H W 5-2 Division 1
1993 Sheffield Wednesday A D 1-1 Premiership
1998 Manchester United A L 0-3 Premiership
*2003 Arsenal A W 3-2 Premiership

1953 Paul Hart (60)

On this day in 2003, Leeds travelled to Arsenal unfancied and still in serious danger of relegation.

Arsenal needed a win to keep their Premier League title hopes alive.

Great strikes from Harry Kewell, Ian Harte and Mark Viduka ensured Leeds safety.

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