Buoyed by a convincing win over Aston Villa on Friday evening, Arsenal make it three home games on the spin on Tuesday night as they welcome a struggling Leeds United side to the Emirates Stadium in the Carabao Cup fourth-round.
Currently unbeaten in seven games, the tie represents a real chance to further build momentum for Mikel Arteta’s side. Marcelo Bielsa’s team might have hugely impressed in an FA Cup meeting while still a Championship outfit during a narrow loss in January 2020 but the Yorkshire giants have struggled so far this season.
Indeed, they head into the fixture having won only one of their nine Premier League outings thus far and will surely arrive in the English capital as underdogs.
Given the turnaround in Arsenal’s form since the humbling 5-0 loss at Manchester City in August, a win here and progression into the next round would only improve the mood at what currently looks like a club on the up and a team who appear to have made great strides under Arteta of late.
In their two Carabao Cup games so far, Arenal have racked up nine goals without response and have largely deployed strong teams against West Brom and AFC Wimbledon respectively, so would appear to be taking the competition seriously.
Where to watch Arsenal vs Leeds United
TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Ultra HD with coverage starting at 7:00pm BST ahead of a 7:45pm BST kick-off.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can watch the game live via Sky Go.
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