Arsenal v Leeds United live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 14 February, 4.30pm GMT
Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s loss to Aston Villa when they face Leeds on Sunday.
Mikel Arteta’s side conceded an early goal at Villa Park last time out and were unable to respond. Arsenal (opens in new tab) pulled clear of the relegation zone with a fine run in December and January, but they have failed to build on that upturn in recent weeks. Indeed, the Gunners are now without a win in their last three Premier League outings, and go into this game in the bottom half of the table. Arsenal have not finished outside the top 10 since 1994/95, so there is plenty of work to be done at the Emirates Stadium.
Leeds (opens in new tab) strolled to a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace (opens in new tab) on Monday, moving them above Arsenal and into the top half. This has been a tremendous season for Marcelo Bielsa’s side so far, and a late push for Europe is not entirely out of the question. Leeds performed brilliantly at the Emirates in an FA Cup tie last season and have the quality to inflict defeat on Arteta’s men on Sunday afternoon.
Thomas Partey has been ruled out for a couple of weeks with a thigh problem, so Martin Odegaard could be handed his first Premier League start by Arteta.
David Luiz and Bernd Leno are available again following suspension, with the goalkeeper more likely to go straight back into the team than the centre-back. Cedric Soares will continue at left-back as Kieran Tierney works his way back to full fitness.
Neither Diego Llorente nor Robin Koch is ready to return from injury, so Pascal Struijk will continue alongside Liam Cooper at centre-back. Kalvin Phillips has been experiencing muscle tightness and will need to be looked at, while Ian Poveda has been ruled out for a few weeks. Pablo Hernandez has been nursing a minor issue but should be in the matchday squad, but Adam Forshaw and Gaetano Berardi are still missing.
Kick-off is at 4.30pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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