After back-to-back superb home wins over Southampton and West Ham Arsenal will look to replicate their outstanding form away from home.
On the back of a 7-0 humiliation and ranking 16th on the league table, Leeds will attempt to respond and get something out of today’s game against Arsenal who have lost their last three away games.
Amid the COVID-19 ravaging Premier League football once again and has led to half of this weekend’s fixtures getting postponed, the Gunners, fortunately, haven’t reported any positive COVID cases.
Here is how Arsenal could lineup against Leeds United.
Mikel Arteta could reward Emile Smith Rowe with a start ahead of Martin Odegaard after he came off the bench and scored Arsenal’s second goal against West Ham
Otherwise, no changes are expected with all the previous starters in good form and deserving to retain their places in the starting team.
Pierre-Emerick-Aubameyang remains suspended from the first team after his disciplinary breach while Sead Kolasinac and Bernd Leno remain ruled out with injuries.