Leeds conceded four at Crystal Palace – which not many can say – before Aston Villa put three past the Gunners in one of Arteta’s worst games in charge.
Another defeat on Sunday will see the chorus of Arteta doubters grow, and he is up against one of the most experienced managers in the game in Marcelo Bielsa.
Leeds can be thrilling in attack but very suspect at the back. Arsenal can be thrilling at the back but very suspect in attack.
Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips is available again following a month out with a shoulder problem.
Rodrigo could also feature after recovering from Covid-19 but Pablo Hernandez, Jamie Shackleton and Diego Llorente are unavailable.
Arsenal will be without Sead Kolasinac and Mohamed Elneny after their positive coronavirus tests on international duty.
Thomas Partey is unavailable because of a thigh injury.
- Arsenal have won six of the past seven meetings, drawing the other.
- The Gunners have won their last four top-flight away games against Leeds.
- Leeds could lose three consecutive league matches for the first time under Marcelo Bielsa.
- They had conceded a joint league-high 17 goals after the opening eight rounds of matches.
- Eight of the goals let in by Leeds have come from set-pieces. It’s the highest tally in the division; Arsenal have yet to concede any in this manner.
- Leeds have kept just one clean sheet in their past 21 Premier League home matches.
- Their tally of 14 Premier League goals scored is the most after eight matches by a promoted club since Charlton Athletic in 2000-01.
- Only one of Patrick Bamford’s seven Premier League goals this season has come at home.
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- Arsenal have lost three of their past four Premier League games, as many as in their previous 12 top-flight matches.
- The Gunners have failed to score in each of those three defeats. They haven’t found the net from open play in six hours and 26 minutes in the Premier League.
- Arsenal have won nine of their last 11 Premier League games in Yorkshire, losing two.
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has had just four shots in his last four Premier League appearances.
- Only seven of Alexandre Lacazette’s 40 Premier League goals have been scored outside of London.