We travel to Leeds United on Sunday in an effort to win our sixth straight game overall. You can follow everything which happens at Elland Road by turning into Breakdown Live.
Gooners can still receive their mandatory matchday fix by visiting Arsenal.com and the official app starting at 1pm for live pre-match build-up from Emirates Stadium, hosted by Nick Bright and Jeremie Aliadiere in front of a live and enthusiastic studio audience.
The two will discuss the key issues, offer analysis of our opponents, and pinpoint key areas where the game may be won. Additionally, there will be a variety of interviews and features with members of our men’s first-team squad to get you in the mood for the game.
To get a view from the opposing end, we’ll check in with Frimmy at Elland Road in the interim. At 2 o’clock, Dan Roebuck will take over for live commentary from Yorkshire.
In a live version of Gooners React during the game, you can see how our fans react as they kick every ball back in north London. Nick and Jeremie will also go over all the major moments from the opening 45 minutes during the half.
Anywhere in the world, it will be a must-watch, so just join on on Sunday at 1pm for the ideal Sunday afternoon for any Arsenal fan!
When Arsenal plays Leeds United, they will try to keep up their dominant start to the Premier League season.
At the conclusion of Sunday, Mikel Arteta’s team might hold a commanding lead over the opposition at the top of the standings as champions Manchester City prepare to face Liverpool at Anfield.
With a thrilling 3-2 victory over Jurgen Klopp’s team last weekend, the Gunners demonstrated their potential this season.
Although they did defeat Chelsea at a boisterous Elland Road, Leeds has fallen off from a great start to the season and hasn’t won in the Premier League since August. Jesse Marsch’s team would dearly love to add another significant victory to their record.
What time is Leeds United vs. Arsenal?
Leeds host Arsenal at Elland Road, UK. The match kicks off at 2 p.m. BST on Sunday, October 16.
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Leeds vs. Arsenal TV channel, live stream
Leeds vs. Arsenal lineups
Due to a slight injury, Junior Firpo was forced to miss Leeds’ game against Crystal Palace, where left-back Pascal Struijk started and scored the game’s first goal. Leo Hjelde (appendectomy), Archie Grey (thigh), Stuart Dallas (thigh), and Adam Forshaw (ankle) are all expected to sit this one out.
After being dismissed in the 0-0 tie against Aston Villa, Luis Sinisterra will serve out the remainder of his ban to improve Marsch’s attacking options. The Colombian international can replace Patrick Bamford or Jack Harrison as the left flank or centre attacker, respectively.
Meslier (GK) — Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk — Adams, Roca — Aaronson, Rodrigo, Harrison — Bamford are the expected players for Leeds (4-2-3-1):
Due to a calf injury, Oleksandr Zinchenko is still questionable, and Takehiro Tomiyasu is the favourite to start at left back after his impressive display against Liverpool. That hypothesis is strengthened by the fact that Kieran Tierney opened Thursday’s matchup with Bodo/Glimt.
Gabriel Jesus will resume leading the assault after taking a break during the middle of the week. There are very few midfield options for Arteta. Mohamed Elneny (groyne) and Emile Smith Rowe (hamstring).
Ramsdale (GK) — White, Saliba, Gabriel, Tomiyasu — Partey, Xhaka — Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli — Jesus is anticipated to start for Arsenal in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Leeds United vs. Arsenal betting odds
Since both teams are in poor form right now, it makes sense that Arsenal is the clear favourite.
Supporting both teams to score seems like a good bet given that Leeds has only failed to score twice in its eight Premier League games this season and Arsenal has only had three clean sheets in their eight victories.
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|Both teams to score