Arsenal vs Leeds – Arsenal host Leeds United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, and both teams are fighting for points at different ends of the table.
It was a 2-1 victory for the Gunners over West Ham United in their most recent game. Jesse Marsch’s team lost 4-0 to Manchester City at Elland Road, though.
In Aaron Ramsdale’s opinion, Rob Holding’s first Premier League goal came after six years and a new hairstyle. As Arsenal’s defenders led their team to a third straight victory over West Ham, Holding scored his first goal in the league.
Holding scored his first goal in the Premier League when he was called up to replace Ben White, who was injured. Jarrod Bowen equalized soon after, but Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Magalhaes combined to let Magalhaes score his own goal in the second half.
Mikel Arteta, who has just signed a new contract with the club until 2025, said that the way Arsenal won was “ugly,” but they still have a chance to finish fourth because they beat West Ham, Chelsea, and Manchester United. If Tottenham Hotspur beats Liverpool, they could temporarily move into the Champions League places.
In addition, Chelsea’s problems have helped Arsenal close the gap on third-placed rivals Arsenal to just three points. But while they have averaged three goals per game in their recent hot streak, the Gunners have now gone six games without a clean sheet in the Premier League.
Kieran Tierney, Thomas Partey, and Takehiro Tomiyasu, who have been absent, have played a big part in that. But before the North London derby, Arsenal need to keep their confidence up, so they can’t lose any more points at home than Liverpool and Manchester City.
Leeds could stay in the Premier League for a third straight season thanks to the charismatic Jesse Marsch, but trying to outsmart Pep Guardiola was too much for the American. ManCity ran riot at Elland Road as Leeds lost their third straight game.
They all scored as Leeds’ five-game unbeaten run in the Premier League came to an end. Gabriel Jesus, Rodri, Fernandinho, and Nathan Ake all scored as Everton came back to beat Leeds. Their Premier League fate is once again out of their hands.
As things stand, the Toffees are two points ahead of the Toffees, but the Toffees have played a game more than the Whites. Frank Lampard’s team will play Leicester City at the same time as the Toffees play Arsenal, and the Whites face Chelsea in midweek.
Arsenal vs Leeds – Betting Analysis
Leeds have already let in 72 league goals this season, which is the worst record in the division. They will, however, bring a three-game unbeaten run to the Emirates, having kept clean sheets against Watford and Crystal Palace in that time.
The last time Leeds kept a clean sheet on Arsenal’s turf in the league was 29 years ago, when they lost 4-1. The Gunners have won nine of their last 11 games against Sunday’s visitors, and their defensive record doesn’t look like it will end soon.
Arsenal vs Leeds: Head -to -Head
Our Prediction: Home To Win
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With a probability of 64.05 percent, our analysis of all available data, including recent performances and player information, says that Arsenal will win this match. A draw has a 19.4 percent chance of happening, while a win for Leeds United has a 16.59 percent chance of happening.
Arsenal 2-1 Leeds United is the most likely scoreline, with a probability of 9.84 percent, and Arsenal 2-0 Leeds United is the second most likely scoreline, with a probability of 9.47 percent.
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