Eight: Albion have conceded just eight times this season, the second best defensive record in the Championship behind Hull City and Middlesbrough.
Elland Road: It’s the twelfth largest stadium in England and the second largest outside the Premier League.
Drawn: Albion have drawn their last three matches.
Striker: Leeds’s top scorer Chris Wood has scored three time against Albion since his successful loan-spell with the club in the 2010/11 season.
United: Leeds United used to be named Leeds City before the club dissolved in 1919 due to financial irregularities.
Nine: The Seagulls have only lost twice in their previous nine visits to Elland Road, winning last season’s meeting 2-0 back in August 2014.
Inigo: Last season when the teams met at the Amex, the ball deflected off Inigo Calderon’s face and into the net as Albion completed the double over Leeds..
Two: Brighton lead the Championship table by two points over Middlesbrough.
Europe: Leeds were playing in the semi-finals of the Champions League back in 2001 while Albion were heading towards the League Two title under Micky Adams.
Don: The majority of the honours won by Leeds United were under the management of Don Revie, who has a statue erected of him outside Elland Road.
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