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Two sides that suffered big defeats in their last matches before the international break go head-to-head at Elland Road on Sunday.
A day after Leeds were sunk 4-1 at Crystal Palace, Arsenal suffered an unexpected 3-0 defeat at home to Aston Villa.
Both teams will be looking to bounce back from those defeats and climb the table; hosts Leeds are currently in 15th place while the Gunners are four positions better off.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be without Mohamed Elneny who has tested positive for coronavirus, but could welcome back Thomas Partey after the Ghanaian limped off two weeks ago.
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Sunday’s match at Elland Road kicks off at 4.30pm, the third of four Premier League matches being played that day.
Earlier in the day Fulham host Everton at 12pm, before Sheffield United vs West Ham at 2pm.
The day’s action is rounded off by Leicester ’s trip to Liverpool at 7.15pm.
Leeds vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream
Mikel Arteta saw his side lose 3-0 last time out against Aston Villa
Fans will need to switch onto Sky Sports Main Event or Premier League channels from 4pm to watch the game.
Apart from the 12pm kick-off between Fulham and Everton – which is on BBC One – all of Sunday’s Premier League matches will be shown on Sky Sports.
Fans need subscriptions, either through Sky itself or NOW TV, which will then enable them to stream the game through their respective apps.
Leeds vs Arsenal odds
Eddie Nketiah knows Elland Road well having been on loan at Leeds United for the first half of last season
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It will be a return to Elland Road for Eddie Nketiah as the former Leeds loanee travels with his Arsenal teammates looking to get back to winning ways.
The youngster is 5/1 to find the net first or 13/8 anytime with thepools.com.
Three defeats in five matches is not ideal form for a side seeking European qualification and with the Gunners priced at 6/5 and Leeds 11/5, it looks like this could be a closer affair than others may think.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.