Leeds United will learn their League One fixture list on Thursday, June 20.

Leeds United 2019/20 Championship fixtures: The Whites' opening day record over the last 15 years

Leeds United will learn their Championship fixture list on Thursday morning – but how do the Whites tend to fare on the opening weekend?

Here, we take you through game-by-game over the last 15 seasons and see how Leeds' results compare on the first day of the league season. Scroll and click through the pages:

Stoke were tipped as the early favourites to achieve promotion to the Premier League, though it was Bielsa and co that would stamp their authority, dismantling The Potters 3-1 with goals from Klich, Hernandez and Cooper.

1. 2018/19: Leeds United 3-1 Stoke City

Stoke were tipped as the early favourites to achieve promotion to the Premier League, though it was Bielsa and co that would stamp their authority, dismantling The Potters 3-1 with goals from Klich, Hernandez and Cooper.
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A rare brace from Kalvin Phillips, either side of a Chris Wood goal (his last in a Leeds shirt) handed the visitors a 3-0 lead at half-time. The Whites never do make things easy for themselves, though, as Bolton threatened a comeback.

2. 2017/18: Bolton Wanderers 2-3 Leeds United

A rare brace from Kalvin Phillips, either side of a Chris Wood goal (his last in a Leeds shirt) handed the visitors a 3-0 lead at half-time. The Whites never do make things easy for themselves, though, as Bolton threatened a comeback.
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There was a lot of optimism surrounding Garry Monks first game. Overall, it turned out to be a positive season for the Whites, but it started badly. Nedum Onuoha, Tjaronn Chery and Seb Polter breached the Whites' back four.

3. 2016/17: Queens Park Rangers 3-0 Leeds United

There was a lot of optimism surrounding Garry Monks first game. Overall, it turned out to be a positive season for the Whites, but it started badly. Nedum Onuoha, Tjaronn Chery and Seb Polter breached the Whites' back four.
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It proved to be a dramatic final 10 minutes against the eventual champions. A Mirco Antenucci header on 83 minutes looked to have given Uwe Rosler a winning start only for Sam Vokes to peg the Whites back almost immediately.

4. 2015/16: Leeds United 1-1 Burnley

It proved to be a dramatic final 10 minutes against the eventual champions. A Mirco Antenucci header on 83 minutes looked to have given Uwe Rosler a winning start only for Sam Vokes to peg the Whites back almost immediately.
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