Patrick Bamford will be looking for his seventh goal of the season this weekend, which would also equal an 18-year Leeds record.
United face Crystal Palace with Bamford in form, especially away from home, which bodes well for his trip to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Five of his six goals have come on the road in three Premier League appearances this term with strikes at Liverpool, Sheffield United and Aston Villa.
And Mark Viduka was the last Leeds player to score in four consecutive away matches for Leeds in August 2002.
Despite his prolific form in the Premier League, Bamford missed out on a place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad this week.
Instead, Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham, Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Tottenham’s Harry Kane were selected for games against Ireland, Belgium and Iceland this month.
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Explaining, his decision to omit Bamford, along with Newcastle forward Callum Wilson, Southgate said: “Both Callum Wilson and Patrick Bamford have done very well in the last few weeks for their clubs.
“We’re only a quarter of the way through the season, the next time we’re together we’ll be three quarters of the way through the season.
“There’s a lot of football to be played and a lot of opportunity for those players to press a claim while they’re playing with their clubs.”