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Arsenal vs Leeds: Gunners aim to extend lead over City in Premier League match



ARSENAL entertain Leeds in their next Premier League clash on Saturday – and they’ll be hoping Bukayo Saka can continue his phenomenal form.

The Gunners wonderkid put it on a plate for record-breaking Harry Kane before scoring a screamer during England’s 2-0 win against Ukraine.

Leeds beat Wolves in a six-goal thriller at Molineux

And this follows the previous weekend when Saka, 21, fired Arsenal to a EIGHT point gap at the top of the table with two strikes against Crystal Palace.

However, Leeds are no strangers to putting the ball in the back of the net themselves having notched up four past ten-man Wolves before the international break.

Furthermore, Javia Gracia’s side cannot afford any slip-ups as they only sit two points clear of the relegation zone.


When is Arsenal vs Leeds?

  • Arsenal’s Premier League match against Leeds will take place on Saturday, April 1.
  • It is scheduled to get underway at 3pm UK time.
  • Emirates in North London is the designated venue for this clash and it can host approximately 60,000 supporters.
  • The Gunners scraped a 1-0 gruelling victory against Leeds earlier on in the season.
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Is Arsenal vs Leeds on TV and can it be live streamed?

  • Unfortunately, Arsenal vs Leeds will NOT be broadcast live on TV in the UK.
  • This is due to the Saturday 3pm football TV blackout.
  • However, SunSport will have minute-by-minute converge of the entire action which includes build up and fallout reaction.

What is the team news?

Mikel Arteta will be sweating over the fitness of William Saliba who was forced to pull out of the French squad with back troubles.

William Saliba suffered a back injury in Arsenal's Europa League second leg against Sporting

Eddie Nketiah’s ankle is need of an assessment having missed out on a number of games this month.

While Takehiro Tomiyasu and Mohamed Elneny are both set to sit on the side-lines for the remainder of the season.

Meanwhile Javi Gracia is likely to be without the quartet of Adam Forshaw, Maximilan Wober, Stuart Dallas and Tyler Adams.

But the Leeds boss’ biggest blow could be through Wilfried Gnonto who appears to have sprained his ankle during international duties with Italy.

Latest odds

  • Arsenal to win 2/7
  • Draw 9/2
  • Leeds to win 10/1

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes are correct at time of publication

Source: The Sun


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