Arsenal vs Leeds: Premier League prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, results h2h, odds
Mikel Arteta’s side have a five-point lead over Manchester City and continue to impress. It seems that whenever the Gunners suffer a setback, they have enough mental toughness to recover almost instantly.
The authoritarian manner in which Arsenal got rid of Fulham just days after a grueling penalty shoot-out loss to Sporting in the Europa League spoke volumes about Arteta’s side. As the commercial end of the campaign approaches, the title seems to them to be lost.
While on paper a visit from a side struggling with relegation looks quite auspicious, Leeds managed to secure a morale-boosting victory against Wolves before the break in domestic football.
Arsenal overtook the Yorkshire giants in October thanks to a goal from Bukayo Saka and so will certainly not take Saturday’s opposition lightly.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Arsenal vs Leeds is set to kick off at 3pm BST on Saturday 1st April 2023.
The Emirates Stadium in London will host.
Where to watch Arsenal vs Leeds
TV channel and live broadcast: The match will not be shown live in the UK as it takes place during the blackout imposed on English football.
Strong points: Game of the dayhowever, will show highlights when it airs at 10.30pm BST on BBC One on Saturday.
LIVE coverage: Follow all the action with standard sportsblog dedicated to matches. Simon Collings will provide expert on-the-ground analysis.
Arsenal vs Leeds Team News
Thomas Partey didn’t feature in Ghana’s draw with Angola with what Black Stars boss Chris Hughton described as ‘little issues’ so it will be interesting to see what Arteta has to say about the midfield. ground.
William Saliba has also withdrawn from the France squad, raising concerns over his availability. Kieran Tierney is out injured for Scotland and Takehiro Tomiyasu will miss the rest of the season, potentially leaving Arteta light.
Leeds also face a number of concerns, with Tyler Adams apparently facing a long spell on the sidelines after undergoing surgery for a hamstring injury. Willy Gnonto and Max Wober are also doubts after suffering knocks on international duty.
Arsenal vs Leeds Prediction
It’s hard to look past Arsenal, especially at home. Even with the break in mind, they’re riding a wave of momentum right now.
Arsenal won 3-0.
Head-to-head history and results (h2h)
Arsenal win: 52
Leeds win: 41
Latest Arsenal vs Leeds Odds
Arsenal win: 2/7
Leeds to win: 19/2
Odds via Betfair and subject to change.