Video: Max Gradel scoring against QPR in 2010... now Premier League regular

Leeds face Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night - with a current Bournemouth forward netting twice in the same fixture six years ago.

Max Gradel scored twice six years ago for Leeds United against QPR - and the 28-year-old is now a Premier League regular with Bournemouth.

Indeed, it's been a tough journey at times for the forward, who was out with a serious injury earlier this season.

But Gradel is now a top-flight forward and has already scored in the Premier League.

Leeds fans will remember him well and they could do with someone to be as clinical against QPR on Tuesday night.

QPR have hit form of late but were unfortunate to lose 3-2 to Middlesbrough on Friday night.

Leeds, however, have lost both of their last two games - both Yorkshire derbies - being thrashed 4-1 by Huddersfield before a 2-1 defeat at Rotherham United..

In truth, neither Leeds nor QPR have all that much to play for this season. But both will still want to give something back to their fans after disappointing campaigns so far.

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