WATCH LIVE: Arsenal vs Leeds United Live Stream

Arsenal FC and Leeds United will meet at Emirates Stadium on Sunday for a matchup in the Premier League. The contest will begin on May 8 at 9:00 AM ET, airing on USA Network. With 63 points, Arsenal is currently fourth in the league. Leeds has 34 points, and is in 17th place.

How to Watch Arsenal vs. Leeds

Match Day: Sunday, May 8, 2022

Match Time: 9:00 AM ET

TV: USA Network

Stadium: Emirates Stadium

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There will be plenty on the line this afternoon when Arsenal go head to head with Leeds United in the Premier League.

Arsenal entered the weekend in fourth place in the table, two points clear of north London rivals Tottenham with four games remaining this season.

Two sides scrapping for points at opposite ends of the Premier League table lock horns at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon as Arsenal play host to Leeds United.

The Gunners got the better of West Ham United 2-1 in their most recent battle, whereas Jesse Marsch’s men were thumped 4-0 by Manchester City at Elland Road.

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Arsenal have a season-defining clash against local rivals Tottenham next Thursday, but first they must get past a Leeds side that’s still fighting for their lives. After losing three in a row, Arsenal have now taken maximum points from their last three games, scoring nine goals in the process. Extending that run to four would set the Gunners up nicely for the run-in.

Mikel Arteta has made just one change to the team that beat West Ham a week ago, with Cédric Soares replacing Nuno Tavares at full-back. With Ben White still injured, Rob Holding partners Gabriel in defence, and despite his expected exit at the end of the season, Eddie Nketiah remains the first-choice striker in an Arsenal side that would go four points clear of Tottenham with a win today.


It wasn’t that long ago that Leeds looked safe from relegation, but with Everton and Burnley picking up points recently there’s still a chance that Jesse Marsch’s side could go down. A 4-0 defeat to Man City last time out ended an unbeaten run that stretched for five games and included three victories, but with Chelsea up next Leeds will be hoping to take something from this game in order to take the pressure off their last two fixtures.


Marsch has made three changes to the side that were beaten by Man City, with Diego Llorente, Dan James and Joe Gelhardt coming in for Pascal Struijk, Rodrigo and Stuart Dallas, who broke his leg in a challenge with Jack Grealish last weekend. This will be Luke Ayling’s 500th appearance for the club, but his defensive colleague Liam Cooper remains sidelined by injury.