Leeds’ poor record in 2020 continued as they failed to win once again on Tuesday night.
The Whites have won just once since the turn of the year, and they failed to pick up the three points once again against the Bees.
However, there is one huge positive to take away from the Yorkshire club’s encounter with Thomas Frank’s side.
Indeed, Leeds’ clash with Brentford on Tuesday was their final trip to London this season, and if you know anything about the Whites’ record in the capital you’d know that this is a huge positive.
They haven’t won in London since December 2017, and while there is no logical explanation for their poor form in The Big Smoke, it’s certainly a trend that has to be acknowledged.
United still haven’t broken their hoodoo, meaning that it’s been two seasons since they managed to win in London, but they’ll be glad to know that they don’t have to go there again this season.
The Elland Road outfit have to pick things up if they want to earn promotion to the Premier League this season, and their task is made a lot easier by the fact that they don’t have to go to the city where they’ve had so many problems over the past few years.
There aren’t too many things to be positive about at Leeds right now. The team’s results have been shocking lately, losing four of their last six, but at least they don’t have to worry about this trend until the start of next season, whether that be in the Championship or in the Premier League.