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Last Five Games Date Competition
WLeeds UnitedLEE2-0Queens Park RangersQPR 6 May, 2018 English League Championship
LNorwich CityNOR2-1Leeds UnitedLEE 28 Apr, 2018 English League Championship
WLeeds UnitedLEE2-1BarnsleyBAR 21 Apr, 2018 English League Championship
LAston VillaAVL1-0Leeds UnitedLEE 13 Apr, 2018 English League Championship
LPreston North EndPNE3-1Leeds UnitedLEE 10 Apr, 2018 English League Championship

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Last Five Games Date Competition
LLas PalmasLPA1-2GironaGIR 19 May, 2018 Spanish Primera División
LEibarEIB1-0Las PalmasLPA 12 May, 2018 Spanish Primera División
LLas PalmasLPA0-1GetafeGET 6 May, 2018 Spanish Primera División
DEspanyolESP1-1Las PalmasLPA 28 Apr, 2018 Spanish Primera División
LLas PalmasLPA0-4AlavésALV 22 Apr, 2018 Spanish Primera División

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