Arsenal is going head to head with Leeds United starting on 1 Apr 2023 at 14:00 UTC at Emirates Stadium stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
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NAME: Arsenal – Leeds United
DATE: 1 Apr 2023
TIME: 14:00 UTC
VENUE: Emirates Stadium, London, England
I have said many times this season that Leeds have got some talented players who have not put a 90-minute performance together, and they finally did that with their 4-2 win at Wolves before the international break.
I certainly don’t see this as being straightforward for Arsenal but the Gunners are on this marvellous run of six successive league wins since they lost to Manchester City in February, and they always seem to find a way of getting the right result.
The Gunners hold an eight-point advantage over Manchester City having played a game more, though that lead could shrink by the time they play United with City hosting Liverpool in Saturday’s early kick off.
Seven points from four games has lifted Leeds up to 14th, but they remain a relegation candidate with only 26 points so far.Arsenal are unbeaten in their past 13 meetings with Leeds, winning 11 and drawing two.
Leeds United’s most recent win against the Gunners was by 3-2 in the Premier League at Highbury in 2003, with Mark Viduka scoring a late winner.
Leeds have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their past 13 league visits to Arsenal, conceding 31 goals in total.Arsenal have won six consecutive Premier League games – the joint longest streak in the division this season (along with Newcastle) and equalling their best run under Mikel Arteta.
The Gunners could register seven successive top-flight wins for the first time since August to October 2018 under Unai Emery.Arsenal have equalled last season’s total of 69 points with 10 matches still to play.Mikel Arteta’s side have won all seven of their home fixtures against sides currently in the bottom half of the table, scoring three or more goals on six occasions.
Bukayo Saka has 12 goals and 10 assists in the Premier League this season; he’s the first player in 2022-23 to reach double figures for both.
Leeds are unbeaten in two Premier League games, winning one and drawing the other while scoring six goals in the process.
They’ve lost just one of their four away fixtures against the current top six, a 4-3 defeat at Tottenham.Leeds have won just two of their 23 matches versus the Premier League leaders, drawing nine and losing 12.The Yorkshire club are one shy of 300 top-flight away victories.Javi Gracia lost all three of his Premier League clashes with Arsenal while Watford manager by an aggregate score of 6-0.
Jack Harrison has scored in successive league games, having only managed two goals in his previous 29 appearances in the division.While the action won’t be televised in the UK, Gooners can still get their essential matchday fix by heading to Arsenal.com and the official app from 2pm UK time for live pre-match build-up, hosted by Nick Bright and Adrian Clarke.
The show has been a hit with supporters all season, with plenty of big-name guests from the world of football, sport and showbiz popping by to give their views on all-things Arsenal, with plenty of insight and analysis offered to help get you prepared for the game.
Saturday’s show sees Nick and Adrian hosting live from Emirates Stadium, who will look back at our win against Crystal Palace before the international break as well as weighing up our final 10 games of the season.
Pre-match, they’ll speak to some members of Arsenal America about their fandom across the pond, while fresh from defending his WBO Cruiserweight title, Lawrence Okolie will also pop by the studio to give his take on the season so far.
Then from 3pm, Dan Roebuck and Nigel Winterburn will provide live commentary of the game, talking you through all the key moments on the field.
It’ll be a must-watch wherever you are in the world, so log on an hour before kick-off for the perfect matchday build-up for any Gooner!
That would be the first time we have achieved that feat under Mikel Arteta, and the omens of that happening are good given you have to go back nearly 20 years for the last time the Whites recorded a victory at our expense.
However their 2023 side head into this particular encounter in confident mood after claiming seven points from their four games under the watchful eye of former Watford boss Javi Gracia, as they attempt to avoid being sucked into what looks like being one of the tightest relegation battles in years.
After an initial bright start to the campaign that yielded seven points from the first three games, Jesse Marsch would win just twice in his next 20 matches to bring about his dismissal in February, with Gracia swiftly ushered in.
He made a quick impression by winning their first game since November in a crunch basement battle against Southampton four days after his appointment, before also impressing in a narrow defeat at Chelsea and a draw against Brighton & Hove Albion.
They won only their second away league game of the season at Wolves last time out, netting more goals in that 4-2 victory than they had in their previous six on the road combined, helping them soar up five positions out of the relegation zone and into 14th position.
Leeds have a very clear DNA, how they behave, the character, the passion and energy that they play with. They’ve been doing it for a long, long time and now with a new manager as well with some new ideas, some players that have been injured that they have had some issues with they are back, so they are a very dangerous team.
You have to be ready to defend more than attack and when attacking you try to be aggressive and clinical and take the chances you have. For sure you need to make very good defensive work and if you don’t do it, you don’t have any chance.
Michael Cox, writing in the official matchday programme: Gracia’s arrival has prompted Leeds to play a less frantic style of football, which caused us issues in the reverse fixture after the half-time introduction of Patrick Bamford. He has started the last two matches, generally looking to work the ball onto his favoured left foot, while the quick Rodrigo is also a valuable option.
The new boss can call upon a variety of exciting, direct attacking midfielders to support Bamford in a 4-2-3-1. Brendan Aaronson is the regular in the No. 10 role, and is clever at receiving passes in tight positions between the lines, Jack Harrison has scored in consecutive games playing on both flanks, and Crysencio Summerville is likely to deputise for the injured Wilfried Gnonto.
Gracia has favoured Luke Ayling and Junior Firpo as his two full-backs. Both have pushed on aggressively in recent weeks, with Ayling constantly popping up at the back post to meet crosses from the left, and Firpo grabbing a crucial winner against Southampton.
Goalkeeper Illan Meslier is capable of great reaction saves, but was lobbed from 40 yards by Wolves left-back Jonny last time out, after sweeping aggressively behind his defence.