Leeds United will be looking to return to winning ways when they host Arsenal this weekend.
The Whites have lost their last two Premier League matches – a 3-2 defeat at Chelsea and a 7-0 thrashing against Manchester City in midweek.
However, Marcelo Bielsa’s side are looking to extend their unbeaten run at Elland Road to six matches and will be keen to pick up a positive result on home soil against the Gunners.
Meanwhile, the Gunners earned a morale-boosting 2-0 success over West Ham United on Wednesday night and are searching for their third successive league win.
Mikel Arteta’s side currently sit inside the top-four and could move to within five points of third-place Chelsea ahead of the Blues’ trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of Saturday’s encounter.
When is Leeds United vs Arsenal?
Leeds United vs Arsenal is being played on Saturday, December 18.
The match is set to get underway at Elland Road, kick-off 5:30pm.
How can I watch it?
The game is set to be shown live by Sky Sports, with coverage getting underway at 5:00pm.
Highlights will be available on the Sky Sports website and app at around 7:30pm Highlights will also be shown on Match of the Day on BBC1 at 10.25pm on Saturday night, which will then be available on the BBC iPlayer.
Alternatively, if you don’t have a subscription, LeedsLive will be at the match providing live coverage direct from the Elland Road press box.
Where can I listen?
Live commentary of the match will be broadcast live on talkSPORT.
Alternatively, LUTV subscribers will be able to listen to commentary online.
Leeds vs Arsenal odds with Grosvenor Sport
Leeds – 14/5
Draw – 14/5
Arsenal – 10/11
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Leeds have a number of injury concerns to deal with ahead of the game Arsenal and could be without upto eight players after Jamie Shackleton and Daniel James suffered fresh blows in the loss at the Ethiad Stadium.
The duo have both been ruled out, while Kalvin Phillips, Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper and Rodrigo are all likely to be unavailable for the game.
There is some good news for Leeds fans, however, as Robin Koch is back in contention to play after recovering from a pelvic problem and could feature for the first time since the opening day.
Meanwhile, the Gunners will be without Sead Kolasinac, who is a long-term absentee, while Bernd Leno is a doubt.