Date: 3rd October 2008 at 8:26pm
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Leeds make the journey to Peterborough United this weekend for the first time in twenty years.

Form
Peterborough go into the game unbeaten in four games.
So far this season at London Road they have beaten Leyton Orient 3-0 and Bristol Rovers 5-4, they have drawn one against Tranmere Rovers 2-2 and lost one to Hartlepool United 2-1.

Leeds couldn`t be in better form and hope to make it seven wins in a row. So far this season on their travels they have won three games at Scunthorpe 2-1, Swindon 3-1 and Carlisle 2-0, the only points they have dropped were at Yeovil when they drew 1-1.


Team News
Peterborough
Aaron Mclean (dislocated elbow), Shane Blackett (dislocated shoulder), Sergio Torres (knee) and Dean Keates (knee) will all miss the game.
Gabriel Zakuani should play after suffering with a foot injury.

Leeds
Alan Sheehan was available after his suspension but will be out after picking up a hamstring injury.
Other than Sheehan Leeds have a full squad to pick from.


History
The two clubs have only met on four previous occasions and this will be their fist ever League meeting.
The last time they met at Peterborough was to be Billy Bremner`s last game in charge. Leeds won 2-1 but the Leeds legend was sacked a few days later.

Full record
1973/74 Peterborough United 1-4 Leeds United Fa Cup
1985/86 Peterborough United 1-0 Leeds United Fa Cup
1988/89 Peterborough United 1-2 Leeds United League Cup
1988/89 Leeds United 3-1 Peterborough United League Cup










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