Leeds United vs Arsenal – EPL Live Score 22 November 2020
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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.
- 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.
- 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.