The Whites' recent record in London is now mentioned every single time Leeds venture into the capital - so how does it now stand and where did it all begin?
And when did Leeds last win there? The YEP's Lee Sobot takes a look at the record, the memories and the numbers.
1. Fulham 2 Leeds United 0 (April 2018)
The London curse extends all the way back to April 2018 as Paul Heckingbottom's side were beaten 2-0 at Fulham. Samu Saiz and Jay-Roy Grot, pictured, were among those playing for the Whites. Picture by James Hardisty.
2. Millwall 1 Leeds United 1 (September 2018)
Marcelo Bielsa's first game in the capital came with the September 2018 trip to Millwall in which Jack Harrison struck in the 89th minute, above, to seal a 1-1 draw. It felt like a win in the circumstances but wasn't. Picture by James Hardisty.
3. QPR 2 Leeds United 1 (January 2019)
The first of two visits to Loftus Road within eight weeks - in the FA Cup and then the Championship - and both ended in defeat. Bielsa made plenty of changes for the cup clash with Kun Temenuzhkov coming off the bench. Picture by James Hardisty.
4. QPR 1 Leeds United 0 (February 2019)
QPR had lost seven in a row but defeated the Whites thanks to Luke Freeman's strike that prevented Leeds from going into the top two and Bielsa's pain, above, was obvious. A huge blow in the promotion race. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.