Arsenal vs. Leeds: Premier League Live Streams, TV Channels, How To Watch Online, Start Times, Predictions, Odds

Sunday brings an important day at both ends of the Premier League table as Champions League-chasing Arsenal welcome Leeds United at the Emirates Stadium, proposed by Jesse Marsh to avoid relegation. The Whites may have lost just one of their last six games in their best flight, but the recent form improvements from Everton and Burnley mean they can now get back to the championship very easily.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are keeping an eye on their top four finish and will hope to see more play between them and Tottenham ahead of next week’s North London derby. Tottenham will face Liverpool on Saturday. If the result is in Mikel Arteta’s favor, they could end the game with a 5 point lead over their great rivals. Here’s how to watch the match and what you need to know.

How to watch

date: Sunday, May 8 | time: 9:00 am EST
location: Emirates Stadium — London
TV: None| Live stream: Peacock
multiplication: Arsenal -225; +360 draw; Leeds +550 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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arsenal: The sway after their international break seemed a harbinger of death for Arsenal’s Champions League press, but a streak of victories over Chelsea, Manchester United and West Ham put Mikel Arteta back in the driver’s seat. But those games have been largely chaotic, with the Gunners lacking the control their managers like to argue over contests. “The last game of the season tends to go that way,” Arteta said. “It’s possible because of the fatigue of the players and the stress of various factors, so we have to be able to deal with it when it happens.”

But he wouldn’t trade it for three, and it’s fair to note that his team didn’t have the three most progressive passes against West Ham and Ben White was sitting next to him alongside Thomas Partey and Kieran Tierney. White will be evaluating in the next few days whether he can play against the team he played with during his 2019-20 loan period. His assertive and elegant defense earned him a lot of praise at Elland Road. Adding him back to a team that includes Takehiro Tomiyasu will allow Arsenal’s defense to maintain a rare clean sheet.

Leeds: If you had told Marsch after the 3-0 loss at Aston Villa that his team would give him 11 points in the next five games, he would definitely have bitten your hand. It would be enough to convince anyone that his side would be safe, but the 4-0 defeat to Manchester City was won by both Burnley and Everton. Suddenly, in Fivethirtyeight’s statistical model, the Yorkshire giants had a growing preference for declines.

It was a culture shock for the former manager of the New York Red Bulls and Red Bull Salzburg. “I’m used to being on the other side of the spectrum, fighting for titles.” Marsh said before the city game. The fact that he doesn’t once again comment on the most seasoned member of his squad doesn’t help him. Stuart Dallas and Adam Forshaw will leave the season and Patrick Bamford and Liam Cooper will return to full health at best.


Arsenal have few comfortable front-runners towards the end of the season, but they should be good enough to get the job done. Choose: Arsenal 2, Leeds 0

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