Leeds host Arsenal on Sunday with both sides looking to find some form after the international break.
Leeds suffered a heavy loss at Crystal Palace last time out and are 15th in the table despite winning plaudits for their play this season.
Leeds take on Arsenal in the Premier League this seasonAFP
Arsenal, meanwhile, are 11th having lost to Aston Villa before the break.
Leeds and Arsenal have played good football at times this term but have struggled for consistency.
This is a big game for both as they look to climb the top-flight table.
Leeds v Arsenal: Date and kick-off time
This match will be held at Elland Road on Sunday, November 22 and will kick-off at 4:30pm.
Arsenal last faced Leeds in the third round the FA Cup last season, winning 1-0.
Leeds’ last beat the Gunners in a 3-2 Premiership clash in May 2003 with Mark Viduka netting an 88th-minute winner.
Leeds v Arsenal: TV channel and live stream
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.
Leeds v Arsenal: Team news
Kalvin Phillips is still struggling with a shoulder injury while Rodrigo is self-isolating due to COVID-19.
Jamie Shackleton is a doubt with muscle problem.
Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey could miss out with a thigh problem.
Sead Kolasinac and Mohamed Elneny has tested positive for coronavirus and will miss the match.
Pablo Mari, Calum Chambers and Gabriel Martinelli remain sidelined.
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Leeds v Arsenal: Match stats and facts
Leeds are winless in their last seven meetings with Arsenal in all competitions (D1 L6) since a 3-2 win at Highbury in May 2003.
Since a 0-1 loss in November 2000, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last five away games against Leeds in all competitions (W4 D1), winning the last four in a row by an aggregate score of 15-4.
Arsenal have won nine of their last 11 Premier League games in Yorkshire (L2), though they did lose their last visit to the county against Sheffield United in October 2019 (0-1).
Coming into this weekend’s games, no side has conceded more Premier League goals than Leeds this season (17), with the Whites losing their last two leagues games by a 1-4 scoreline.
Leeds have lost their last two Premier League games – they’ve not lost three league games in a row under Marcelo Bielsa, last doing so in November 2017 under Thomas Christiansen.
Arsenal have lost three of their last four Premier League games (W1), as many as in their previous 12 (W8 D1 L3). The Gunners have failed to score in each of those three defeats, and haven’t found the net from open play in their last six hours and 26 minutes of Premier League action.
Arsenal are the only side yet to concede a single goal from a set-piece situation in the Premier League this season, while coming into this weekend’s games no side have conceded more such goals than Leeds United (8, including penalties).
Only Liverpool (68) have had more high turnovers than Leeds in the Premier League this season (37), highlighting the Whites high pressing game under Marcelo Bielsa. However, just five these have resulted in a shot, the fifth lowest ratio in the competition this term (13.5%).
Patrick Bamford has scored seven goals in his eight Premier League games for Leeds United, with only Mark Viduka (9) netting more in their first eight such games for the club. However, just one of Bamford’s seven strikes has come at Elland Road.
Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has had just four shots across his last four Premier League games, with the only effort on target being his successful penalty against Manchester United. The Gunners captain is averaging just 1.3 shots per 90 in the Premier League this season, compared to 2.7 last term.