How the Premier League table looks based on home results only - as Leeds United set unwanted Elland Road record
This season Leeds United have won the fewest league games at Elland Road in a single campaign in the club's history.
The poor form is not for want of encouragement by the fans in the stands, with United boss Jesse Marsch regularly praising the contribution of the club's loyal supporters for their continued vocal commitment to the club in a very challenging moment.
The sound of the Elland Road faithful singing Marching Out Together in the dying minutes of Leeds' 4-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City was a hugely symbolic of fans' refusal to roll over and accept the lingering threat of relegation.
Only a small delegation of United fans will be in attendance at the Brentford Community Stadium on Sunday, when it will be decided whether Elland Road will play host to top flight or Championship fixtures next season.
Here's how the Premier League table would look if you removed all of the points teams have earned away from home: