A look back at what happened on this day May 7th in the history of Leeds United.
*On this day in 1994, Leeds finished the season with a 5-0 win at Swindon Town.
Two goals from Brian Deane and goals from David White, Chris Fairclough and Rod Wallace ensured that Leeds finished in fifth place in the Premier League.
The 5-0 win ensured already-relegated Swindon conceded exactly 100 goals in their only season in the Premier League.
**On this day 2011, goals from Max Gradel and Ross McCormack saw Leeds win 2-1 at Champions Queens Park Rangers. The win saw Leeds finish the season in seventh place in their first season back in the Championship under Simon Grayson.
Despite the win, it was a disappointing end to the season having been in the top-six for most of the season. Leeds finished three points outside of the play-off places with sixth place Nottingham Forest also winning on the final day of the season.
1921 Rotherham County A W 2-0 Division 2
1927 The Wednesday A L 0-1 Division 1
1932 Port Vale H L 0-2 Division 2
1938 Portsmouth A L 0-4 Division 1
1949 Queens Park Rangers A L 0-2 Division 2
1966 Burnley A W 1-0 Division 1
1968 Arsenal A L 3-4 Division 1
1977 Aston Villa A L 1-2 Division 1
1983 Shrewsbury Town A D 0-0 Division 2
1984 Swansea City A D 2-2 Division 2
1994* Swindon Town A W 5-0 Premiership
2011** Queens Park Rangers A W 2-1 Championship
2016 Preston North End A D 1-1 Championship