First up is Marvin Emnes' match-winning goal back in August 2011. The Dutchman scored midway through the second half of a controversial clash that saw three players red-carded, including our own Tony McMahon and then Leeds favourite Jonny Howson.

Another of Boro's Dutchmen to score at Elland Road was Bolo Zenden in January 2004. With Leeds scrapping for their Premier League lives, Zenden scored our first early in the second half before further goals from Joseph Desire-Job and Michael Ricketts sealed an emphatic 3-0 win at Elland Road. Leeds also had goalkeeper Paul Robinson sent off in the final minutes.

The previous season, Leeds were also clinging on to their top-flight status when Geremi scored a superb goal at Elland Road. Mark Viduka had given Leeds the lead, but goals from Massimo Maccarone and Juninho turned the scoreline around before Geremi made it 3-1. Viduka did add a second for Leeds, but we recorded the win from what proved to be former Boro manager Terry Venables last game as Leeds boss.

The two sides first met at the Riverside in November 1995 when Jan-Aage Fjortoft scored a terrific goal after just 11 minutes to give us the lead. Brian Deane, later to play for Boro, equalised for Leeds that day on the stroke of half-time.

When Juninho scored an absolute rocket at the Riverside in August 2003 we appeared to be on course for victory against Leeds, having turned the scoreline around after being 1-0 down early on. But Leeds hit back to level before winning the game in the final after that man Viduka cashed in on an Andrew Davies error to make it 3-2.

It took David Nugent just three minutes to make his mark when the club's last met at the Riverside. Nugent put us 1-0 up in a game that was settled by some comedy defending that included a Giuseppe Bellusci own goal and a gift  for Diego Fabbrini.