Arsenal and Leeds United converge on the Emirates in the Premier League on Sunday with the stakes at both ends of the table extremely high (2pm kick-off, UK time).
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The Gunners are currently fourth and seeking a return to the Champions League, placing a significant emphasis on beating Leeds this weekend if they are to consolidate their position in that coveted spot, with north London rivals Tottenham hot on their heels.
For Jesse Marsch’s side though the significance of this contest is just as high. The American tactician will know that his side drop into the relegation zone if Everton win their game in hand, so unfortunately for him, he must travel to the Emirates and get a result, or things could go pear-shaped with just a few games left.
Arsenal team news
Ben White missed the win over West Ham with a hamstring issue, though his replacement on the day, Rob Holding, deputised with distinction, scoring his first Premier League goal for the club to keep Arsenal’s top-four dreams alive. White faces a late fitness test for this game, but fans know they have a reliable replacement in Holding ready to do the business.
Speaking of which, it remains to be seen whether or not Holding will receive regular playing time next season, William Saliba — currently on loan at Marseille — could be a factor in Mikel Arteta’s plans. So far this season no fewer than 919 players have attempted 50 tackles across Europe’s top-five leagues this season. Saliba is the only player with a true tackle success rate of 80%.
Elsewhere, Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain out of action for the north London club.
READ MORE: Arsenal’s predicted XI
Leeds team news
It’s an unforgiving terrain, the Premier League, and Marsch has a number of key absentees for this Sunday, including the trio of Stuart Dallas, Adam Forshaw and Tyler Roberts, all of whom are sidelined indefinitely. Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper, though, are in line to feature here in a huge boost.
Premier League 2021/22 recent form:
- Arsenal: WWWLL
- Leeds: LDWDW
Scoreline prediction: Arsenal 3-1 Leeds
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