Elland Road has been a happy hunting ground for Albion in recent years.

Four away wins over Leeds since 2012 is an impressive haul.

Today we go back to the most recent - and a day when a Seagulls legend really got his second spell at the club up and running.

Albion maintained their unbeaten start to the 2015-16 season and picked up a welcome win after a couple of wasteful draws on the road at Wolves and Bolton.

You will see reference to a Gary Madine goal deep in added time which cost them two points at Bolton.

The Leeds match is chiefly remembered for Bobby Zamora’s late goal but there was plenty going on, as tends to be the case at Elland Road.


2.50pm: Leeds chase their first home win of the season, and indeed since early March, as they take on the unbeaten leaders. Albion, who have drawn their last three matches, name an unchanged side while Leeds' three changes to the XI which kicked off last time out (a 2-0 defeat here to Birmingham) include the dropping of Will Buckley to the bench. Chris Wood, in good form this season, will be the frontman with the more livewire Antenucci again on the bench. There is an unusually flat feel around Elland Road as we approach kick-off. But that coud change...

3.02pm: Game is under way with Albion playing towards the Kop, or Don Revie Stand. That's the goal furthest from the away fans, who are in a section down the side of the pitch overlooking Stockdale's penalty area.

10th min: An untidy opening but, predictably, it didn't take much to get home fans going. A chipped cross by Dallas, in fact, after Bong played himself into trouble. Stockdale caught well under pressure.

12th min: Cook nicks the ball off Kayal and sends Wood through - but he is offside and Stockdale blocks anyway. Sluggish start from Kayal. He was also beaten too easily in the build up to a Dallas cross.

The Argus:

14th min - GOAL: Now that's the real Kayal - he brilliantly works a chance which MARCH takes in style. Kayal weaved his way past a couple of tackles and played the ball inside the right-back. March was on to it and shot low across the keeper.

The Argus:

23rd min - GOAL: Leeds level. Glancing header by COOPER from a free-kick Dunk felt should not have been awarded against him.

25th min: Silvestri saves low Stephens shot after a lay-off by Rosenior. It was Albion on the counter again but Stephens didn't get hold of his shot completely cleanly.

33rd min: Wood heads a Mowatt free-kick horribly wide from in front of goal. Similar routine to the goal for that Wood chance. Two players ran over the ball at the free-kick, then Mowatt whipped in an inswinging delivery. Botaka is a real bag of tricks by the way.

35th min: Mowatt shoots straight at Stockdale after a shocking pass out of defence by Greer.

36th min: Baldock scoops a rather awkward half volley over the bar from Stephens' cross. Albion have got into some decent positions on counter attacks and, on a couple of occasions, could have done with better delivery from Rosenior on the right.

40th min: Huenemeier replaces Greer. The German will be the right-sided centre-back. Some sort of problem for Greer although he was walking reasonably freely as he left the pitch.

3.05pm - HALF-TIME: We had three added minutes, during which March won a corner but Stephens' delivery was headed away. March was later spoken to by ref Darren Deadman but not booked after he brought down Cook. Sensible refereeing.

47th min: Bruno leads a counter, Rosenior crosses deep and it looked like Stephens' tight-angled volley was helped into the side-netting by the keeper. Albion fans thought for a moment it was a goal. Bright start to the half by the visitors.

51st min: Dunk's clearance of a corner cannons off two players and ricochets just over the Albion bar. Leeds are now attacking the Kop end and they have the bit between their teeth. Botaka had a better cross well cleared by Huenemeier, then Bruno produced a fine defensive header at the far post.

55th min: Stockdale takes his time with the ball at his feet and his clearance strikes Mowatt - and hits the outside of the post.

63rd min: Bruno slides March away down the right, he cuts inside and fires against the bar. The ball is played back in and Crofts' close range effort is deflected just off target.

The Argus:

64th min: Ball headed down in the box and Hemed back heel (pictured above) is blocked at close range by Silvestri.

67th min: Mowatt replaced by Antenucci as Leeds go 4-4-2.

77th min: Zamora replaces Hemed while Leeds send on Byram for the popular Botaka.

80th min: Bruno booked for a mis-timed challenge on Buckley.

85th min: Centre-back Cooper helped off after a tackle on Kayal. Leeds down to ten.

The Argus:

90th min - GOAL: What a finish by ZAMORA, clipped over Silvestri's dive from a wide angle. Great run by Bong and he slipped the ball in behind the defence - but Zamora had an awful lot to do. One would question the keeper's judgement in rushing out and then going to ground but it was a classy finish.

90+1: Zamora has a taste for it. Tried to beat Silvestri from 40 yards and was just too high.

90+3: Baldock shot saved from wide out on a counter led by Zamora.

90+4: Memories of Gary Madine at Bolton earlier this season as a cross is arrowed towards Wood's head in front of goal - but Bruno and Huenemeier stick tight and do just enough to make it hard for him to rise high enough.

4.56pm - FULL-TIME. Didn't see it but I suspect Stockdale just gave his gloves to a Leeds fan on the Kop. He was being clapped and now has no gloves on his hands!

The Argus:

Leeds: Silvestri; Wootton, Cooper, Bamba, Berardi; Adeyemi, Cook, Mowatt (Antenucci 68); Botaka (Byram 78), Dallas (Buckley 62), Wood. Unused subs: Horton, Bellusci, Phillips, Murphy.

Albion: Stockdale, Bruno, Greer (Huenemeier 40), Dunk, Bong; Rosenior (Crofts 60), Kayal, Stephens, March; Baldock, Hemed (Zamora 78). Unused subs: Maenpaa, Calderon, Ince, Manu.