Leeds United v Arsenal: How can I watch it? Is there a live stream? Early team news and latest odds

Leeds United host Arsenal at Elland Road on Sunday afternoon. Pictures: Getty Images.Leeds United host Arsenal at Elland Road on Sunday afternoon. Pictures: Getty Images.
Leeds United host Arsenal at Elland Road on Sunday afternoon. Pictures: Getty Images.
LEEDS UNITED return to Premier League action on Sunday following the conclusion of the international break as Arsenal visit Elland Road at 4.30pm.

Marcelo Bielsa has had two weeks to reflect on recent 4-1 defeats to league leaders Leicester City and Crystal Palace while Mikel Arteta's side have lost three of their last four league games, including a 3-0 home defeat against Aston Villa in their final outing before the international break.

It is the second time that Bielsa has faced Arsenal as the Whites manager, after taking his side to the Emirates Stadium for a third-round FA Cup tie in January. The Gunners emerged as 1-0 victors from that meeting.

What time does Arsenal vs Leeds United kick-off?

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Leeds host Arsenal at Elland Road at 4.30pm on Sunday. It is the third game in a busy day of Premier League action.

Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United are in action against West Ham United at 2pm while Everton and Fulham go head to head at 12pm.

Leicester City travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool at 7.15pm in the final game of the day.

Is Crystal Palace vs Leeds United on TV? Can I watch a live stream?

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Leeds United v Arsenal will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Premier League clubs have ditched the pay-per-view model after widespread backlash from supporters, meaning all top-flight matches will be shown on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC and Amazon Prime for the remainder of the year.

Supporters without a Sky Sports subscription can sign up to stream the game with a NOW TV Day Pass, which gives access to all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours for £9.99.

How can I follow Crystal Palace vs Leeds United live?

As usual, the YEP will be covering all the action in our live matchday blog with the best preview, in-game updates, and post-match analysis.

Who will be in the teams?

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Kalvin Phillips is back in contention after overcoming a shoulder injury and is likely to start against the Gunners.

Club record signing Rodrigo has also been confirmed to be back available following his isolation after testing positive for coronavirus but Spanish international centre-back Diego Llorente remains sidelined while veteran playmaker Pablo Hernandez has picked up a muscular injury and will join Jamie Shackleton on the sidelines.

Arsenal have suffered an injury blow as midfielder Thomas Partey has been ruled out of this weekend's clash with a thigh strain.

The Gunners will also be without Mohamed Elneny and defender Sead Kolasinac on Sunday afternoon after both players tested positive for Covid-19.

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Both players are currently self-isolating in line with government guidelines.

Who is the referee for Leeds United v Arsenal?

Anthony Taylor will take charge of Sunday's meeting.

The Wythenshawe-born official was the man in the middle for the Whites' first Premier League fixture at Elland Road for 16 years when Marcelo Bielsa's side beat Fulham 4-3 in September.

The English official was also given the responsibility of refereeing the Super Cup Final between Bayern Munich and Sevilla. Stuart Attwell will be in charge of VAR for the fixture.

What are the betting odds for Leeds United v Arsenal?

Arsenal are favourites to win the fixture, priced just above even money at 6/5. The draw is 13/5 while a Leeds win is slightly over odds of 2/1 with victory for the hosts priced at 21/10.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the favourite to score first at 10/3 and he is the shortest price to score anytime at 11/10.

Patrick Bamford and Alexandre Lacazette are both tipped at 4/1 to score first and 6/4 to claim a goal at any point over the 90 minutes.

Former Leeds United loanee Eddie Nketiah is 9/2 to score first while the the returning Rodrigo is 13/2 to claim the opening goal.

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