Two sides that have enjoyed a week off meet at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Both Arsenal and Leeds have already been knocked out of the FA Cup, meaning neither side has played a midweek fixture while rivals have battle for a place in the quarter finals.
The two sides played out a goalless draw when they met at Elland Road earlier in the season.
They go into the match separated by one point, with Marcelo Bielsa's side one point and one place better off than the Gunners.
Arsenal will be without the injured Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey
What time is Arsenal vs Leeds?
Kick-off in North London is at 4.30pm.
It's the third of four games being played on Sunday, following soon after the final whistle goes between West Brom and Manchester United at The Hawthorns.
The last match to be played on Sunday is Everton vs Fulham at 7pm.
Arsenal vs Leeds TV channel and live stream
Arsenal vs Leeds is one of two games on Sunday being shown on Sky Sports.
Coverage begins at 4pm on the Main Event and Premier League channels.
The match can be streamed through the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, depending which service fans subscribe to.
Arsenal vs Leeds odds
One side played in a European final a couple of years ago, the other slipped up in the play-offs for promotion.
So with that, it is amazing to see Leeds above the Arsenal with a game-in-hand too as we are over halfway through the season.
The Gunners are 10/11 with Betfred while the Yorkshire club are 3/1 to pick up their first win in London this season.
Marcelo Bielsa's side have failed in their last three trips to the capital with an aggregate score 10-2 – not the mesmerising form you would think given what we have seen so far this season.
The Championship champions have failed to score twice against Arsenal – this is the first time in Bielsa's managerial career he has ever seen his side blank in more than one game against any club. A hat-trick of clean sheets for the Gunners is 11/5.
However, the likes of Patrick Bamford are in goalscoring form with 12 goals in his 22 Premier League matches and the former Chelsea player has been involved in five goals in the last three league matches – two goals and three assists. He's 11/2 to find the net first.
Mikel Arteta will be looking for a result but their form says otherwise despite being unbeaten against their visitors in eight games in all competitions. A draw is 11/4.
Odds courtesy of Betfred and subject to change.
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