Leeds United are in action against Aston Villa on Friday at Villa Park, ahead of the game we look at 11 players who have played for both clubs...
The goalkeeper started out with Leeds United, before moving to Liverpool. He spent the 2007/08 season on loan at Aston Villa from Anfield and is now at fellow Championship side Derby County.
The defender made over 300 appearances for Aston Villa between 1991-2000, before making an £8m move to Middlesbrough. He had a short loan spell with the Whites from the Riverside, before stints at Rangers and Sheffield United.
Coming through the ranks at Leeds, Grayson moved to Leicester City in March 1992. After five years with the Foxes, he joined Aston Villa. Finishing his career with Blackpool, he went on to manage the Whites from 2008-2012.
Signed by the Whites from Livingston in 2008, Snodgrass helped Leeds win promotion from League One in 2010. He went onto have spells at Norwich City, Hull City and West Ham, before joining Villa.
Now with Liverpool, Milner made his first team breakthrough with Leeds as a 16-year-old. He moved to Newcastle United in 2004, ahead of moving to Aston Villa, before winning the Premier League with Manchester City.
Scotland international Bannan made 83 appearances for Villa from 2008-2013. He had a short loan with Leeds during the 2010/11 season where he made seven outings and is now applying his trade at Sheffield Wednesday.
Now the manager at his hometown club Sogndal in Norway, Leeds signed him from the same team in 1999. He spent time on loan at Aston Villa during the 2005/06 season, before returning to Norway.
Another Scotland international to play for both, McCormack signed for Leeds from Cardiff City in 2008. He moved to Aston Villa from Fulham in 2016 and recently spent time on loan at Australian side Melbourne City.