LEEDS might be seeking their first competitive away win over Town in 10 attempts tomorrow, but boss Simon Grayson has a great recent record against the Galpharm side.
Back in 2006-07, his Blackpool team enjoyed three victories over Town.
A 1-0 FA Cup first-round victory at the Galpharm was followed by a 3-1 League I success at Bloomfield Road seven days later.
Then the Tangerines won 2-0 at the Galpharm on Easter Monday as a storming late-season run took them to the play-offs, where they beat Oldham in the semis and Yeovil in the final.
Grayson, 39, had just over three years as boss of Blackpool, where he finished his playing career, before taking over at Leeds, another of his former clubs, in December.
His first match at the helm was the 1-1 home draw with Leicester on Boxing Day.
Monday’s 2-0 home win over Millwall was his fifth in eight games, with the other two matches, at home to Carlisle and at Walsall, both ending in defeat.
The last manager to lead Leeds to an away win over Town was Don Revie – and it was early in his reign.
The Whites were 2-0 winners in front of 31,270 at Leeds Road on their way to promotion from the original Division II in 1963-64.
Johnny Giles and future Town player Don Weston (he was part of the 1965 deal which took Mike O’Grady to Leeds) were the men on target.