TOWN and Leeds met in a pre-season friendly at the McAlpine in July, 1999, when 18,850 watched the Whites romp in 5-0.
But the most recent competitive clash was in December 1987, when Leeds were 1-0 winners at Elland Road in the original Division II.
There have been four previous clashes in the League Cup, with Leeds winning 3-2 in second round ties at Elland Road in both 1961-62 and 1964-65.
In 1974-75, when Third Division Town were managed by former Leeds star Bobby Collins, the tie needed three second round meetings.
The first, at Leeds Road, finished 1-1, with Alan Gowling scoring for Town and Peter Lorimer, who had netted earlier, having a penalty saved by Terry Poole.
Gowling made his mark again in the first replay at Elland Road, cancelling out Allan Clarke's strike to force extra time.
Leeds won the right to host the second replay on the toss of a coin, and also won the match 2-1 - but only after a brave display by battling Town and with the help of a hotly disputed penalty from John O'Hare.
Mick Bates had earlier put the home team ahead before Leeds reject Billy McGinley levelled.
Town gained revenge in round three of the 1982-83 competition, when Dave Cowling's headed goal clinched a 1-0 win in front of 24,215 at Elland Road.