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Arsenal to win 3-1 against Leeds- 11/1!

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Arsenal vs Leeds United

April 01, 2023

3:00 pm GMT+1

Arsenal vs Leeds United match preview

With just ten games to go, Arsenal are, potentially, just 57 days away from destiny in the shape of their first Premier League title for 19 years.

Last time out, the Gunners smashed Crystal Palace 4-1, with Bukayo Saka scoring twice, while Gabriel Martinelli and Granit Xhaka were also on target.

That made it six successive Premier League wins for Arsenal, achieving this for the first time since October 2018.

No team in the entire division has put together seven consecutive victories this season.

Last month, Mikel Arteta’s team were knocked out of the Europa League by Sporting on penalties, but many supporters feel this is a blessing in disguise.

With only the league to concentrate on, can the Gunners maintain their eight-point lead over Man City with a victory here?

Leeds United meantime will travel to North London buoyant, having claimed a much-needed victory before the international break.

The Whites were victorious on the road for the first time since 29 October, beating Wolves 4-2 in a thriller at Molineux.

Jack Harrison, Luke Ayling, Rasmus Kristensen and Rodrigo all scoring in a win that lifted Javi Gracia’s side up to 14th, two points clear of danger.

Arsenal have won each of their last five home matches against Leeds, with the Whites’ last victory in that part of North London coming 20 years ago.

Mark Viduka bagged a 90th minute winner at Highbury that day, with the Gunners then commencing their 49-game unbeaten run three days later.

Will the majority in attendance at the Emirates be celebrating a home win?

Arsenal team news

William Saliba is facing a few weeks on the sidelines after suffering a back spasm against Sporting, which is a serious blow.

With Takehiro Tomiyasu also out long-term, Benjamin White will continue at right-back, with Rob Holding filling in alongside Gabriel, but defensive options are scarce.

In better news, Thomas Partey sat out Ghana’s draw in Angola on Monday, but is expected to be fit.

Gabriel Jesus could lead the attack, starting a Premier League game for the first time since 12 November, seeking his first goal since the win over Spurs on 1 October.


Predicted XI (4-1-4-1): Ramsdale; White, Holding, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Partey, Xhaka, Ødegaard; Saka, Martinelli; Jesus.


Leeds United team news

Leeds too have injury concerns.

Tyler Adams will miss the rest of the season, while Maximilian Wöber and Wilfried Gnonto both sustained injuries on international duty.

So, Pascal Struijk could come in at centre-back and Weston McKennie will partner Marc Roca in midfield.

Crysencio Summerville will come in for Gnonto, seeking his first goal since November, while Rodrigo came off the bench to net against Wolves, his 13th of the season, despite having been out for two months.


Predicted XI (4-3-3): Meslier; Ayling, Koch, Struijk, Firpo; McKennie, Roca, Aaronson; Summerville, Harrison, Rodrigo.


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Ben Gray

Ben Gray

Arsenal fan – follow them over land and sea (and Leicester); sofa Celtic supporter; a bit of a football '"encyclopedia".


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