Arsenal take on Leeds for a match in the Premier League this coming Saturday at Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal approach round 29 as number one in the Premier League table with 69 points on their account so far. With 28 rounds behind them, Leeds have amassed 26 points, placing them as number 14 in the standings.
Although Leeds trail Arsenal by double digits, beating the Premier League leaders could hand them a serious confidence boost.
Arsenal are confident they will be scoring goals in their next assignment in the Premier League, as they show off very admirable numbers from their past ten matches. The hosts scored 2.4 goals on average per match, or 24 goals in total, while allowing 12 goals against, for an average of 1.2 per outing. They managed three clean sheets along the way.
Leeds average one goals a game in their last ten outings, scoring a total of ten goals. They conceded an average of 1.3 per game, for a total of 13 goals, whilst keeping their opponents from scoring twice.
Arsenal go into their encounter with fond memories, as they won 2-1 and 1-0 the last two times they played Leeds.
Arsenal vs Leeds Prediction
Arsenal look good before their upcoming match, in which they seek to remain unbeaten. In their last three matches, they first beat Fulham by 0-3, before drawing 1-1 with Sporting CP. They were back as winners last time out, when they took out Crystal Palace 4-1. Arsenal won four of their last six Premier League matches on home soil, while drawing once and losing once. They conceded nine and scored 16 goals.
In their past three matches, Leeds lost 1-0 against Chelsea, drew 2-2 with Brighton and won 2-4 against Wolverhampton. Leeds only have one paltry win to show from the last six away games in the Premier League. In these six matches they drew one and lost four as well as being outscored by nine goals to seven.
We'd be flabbergasted to see Arsenal waste away a win against Leeds, who could be in for a battering, the way goals have been flowing lately.
Arsenal took 40 points from their last 15 encounters with teams from the bottom half of the Premier League table. This amounts to 13 wins after scoring 39 times and conceding 11. Leeds won two matches and picked up ten points from their last 14 encounters with teams in the top half of the Premier League. They scored 17 goals and conceded 25. Arsenal have a record of 22 wins, three draws and three defeats in the Premier League this season. Leeds have a record of six wins, eight draws and 13 defeats in the Premier League.
Arsenal vs Leeds Stats
- Arsenal have scored in 24 of the last 26 home matches
- In 6 of the last 7 Arsenal matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- Arsenal have scored in the last 8 matches in a row
- Arsenal have not lost the last 6 matches in a row
- In the last 3 Arsenal home matches the sum of goals was over 3.5
- Leeds have conceded in 21 of the last 22 away matches
- Leeds have lost the last 3 away matches in a row without scoring a goal
- Leeds have not won 17 of the last 19 away matches
- Leeds have lost the last 3 away matches in a row while scoring less than 0.5 goals
- Leeds have lost the last 3 away matches in a row and the sum of goals was under 2.5
Arsenal vs Leeds Squads
Mikel Arteta will choose the starting lineup for the upcoming game against Leeds from the players listed below (the information in the brackets refers to goals scored and matches played in the Premier League this season):
Aaron Ramsdale (0/28), Matt Turner (0/0), Ben White (1/28), Gabriel (3/28), Jakub Kiwior (0/1), Kieran Tierney (0/19), Oleksandr Zinchenko (1/21), Rob Holding (0/8), Takehiro Tomiyasu (0/21), William Saliba (2/27), Bukayo Saka (12/28), Emile Smith Rowe (0/8), Fabio Vieira (1/17), Granit Xhaka (4/28), Jorginho (2/24), Martin Oedegaard (10/27), Mohamed Elneny (0/5), Thomas Partey (3/23), Edward Nketiah (4/23), Gabriel Jesus (5/16), Gabriel Martinelli (13/28), Leandro Trossard (8/26), Reiss Nelson (3/4).
This is the full squad of players that the Leeds head coach Gracia will select from for his starting XI:
Illan Meslier (0/27), Joel Robles (0/0), Kristoffer Klaesson (0/0), Junior Firpo (1/11), Leo Hjelde (0/0), Liam Cooper (1/13), Luke Ayling (1/20), Maximilian Woeber (0/10), Pascal Struijk (2/21), Rasmus Nissen (1/16), Robin Koch (0/26), Adam Forshaw (0/5), Brenden Aaronson (1/26), Crysencio Summerville (4/20), Jack Harrison (3/25), Marc Roca (1/23), Stuart Dallas (0/0), Tyler Adams (0/24), Weston McKennie (0/8), Georginio Rutter (0/7), Lee Erwin (0/0), Luis Sinisterra (2/13), Patrick Bamford (2/19), Rodrigo (11/20), Sam Greenwood (1/15), Wilfried Gnonto (2/16).
Arsenal vs Leeds Team News
Arsenal are looking at up to five players on the injured and absent list ahead of their home match against Leeds on Saturday. There is no need for Gabriel to show up in the Arsenal dressing room, as he is suspended.
Leandro Trossard, Reiss Nelson, Gabriel Jesus and Emile Smith Rowe are missing from the squad, Arsenal will field against Leedsthis coming Saturday.
Leeds have five on the list of injured and absent players before their next match against Arsenal this coming Saturday. Tyler Adams is suspended from the Leeds squad with too many penalty points to his name.
Adam Forshaw, Patrick Bamford, Luis Sinisterra and Stuart Dallas all face a spell on the sidelines for Leeds due to various injuries.
Arsenal vs Leeds Lineups
Arsenal vs Leeds H2H
Arsenal hope to extend their grip on Leeds, whom they outclassed in their last two meetings, winning 2-1 and 1-0, respectively. The Gunners will be hoping to add another win to their fine tally against Leeds. They are enjoying a good 7-2-1 advantage against their forthcoming visitors. The bookies best betting odds on a home win are at 1/3.
Arsenal vs Leeds Results
The past ten matches between Arsenal and Leeds have largely been entertaining affairs. Over 2.5 goals came out a winning bet seven times in these encounters. It seems only natural to look for goals this coming Saturday. Over 2.5 goals is best priced at odds of 4/7 with the bookies.
Arsenal vs Leeds Betting Tips
It has been a great season for Rodrigo who bagged 11 for his club so far and bringing that kind of form to the table is crucial for the success of Leeds.
Of their 10 most recent games at Emirates Stadium across all tournaments, Arsenal won five times, drew two and lost three. Leeds won two of their recent 10 games on their travels, as well as drawing three and losing five. While Arsenal managed to keep a clean sheet in two of their last 10 games at Emirates Stadium, Leeds kept a clean sheet in one of their last 10 away games.
Over 3.5 goals came out six times in the past ten encounters between Arsenal and Leeds, with the former on an average of 2.7 goals a game. Leeds scored one goal per game and both teams scored seven times in this run. Over 2.5 goals happened in eight of Arsenal’s last ten matches across all tournaments. They pulled off an average of 2.7 goals during this run. Over 2.5 goals happened in four of the last ten outings for Leeds, who managed to score 1.2 times in those matches.