Arsenal vs Leeds live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture online and on TV today How to Watch Arsenal FC vs. Leeds United: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time Preview: Arsenal vs. Leeds United - prediction, team news, lineups 🔴LIVE🔴📺🥊👉 Arsenal vs Leeds United Live Stream 🔴GO LIVE🔴📺🥊👉 Arsenal vs Leeds Live Online 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. 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. Six years and a new hairline - the formula for Rob Holding's first Premier League goal according to Aaron Ramsdale - as Arsenal's centre-backs stepped up to steer their side to a third consecutive Premier League victory at the London Stadium over West Ham. Drafted into the side to cover for the injured Ben White, Holding headed home his maiden Premier League goal before Jarrod Bowen restored parity not long after, but the Gabriel Martinelli-Gabriel Magalhaes combination allowed the latter to fire his own header past Lukasz Fabianski in the second period. As Mikel Arteta - who has just signed a new deal with the club until 2025 - honestly admitted, the manner of Arsenal's victory was certainly "ugly", but consecutive wins over West Ham, Chelsea and Manchester United means that fourth spot is still in Arsenal's hands as they sit two points clear of Tottenham Hotspur, who could temporarily rise into the Champions League places with a shock win at Liverpool. Furthermore, Chelsea's own struggles has seen Arsenal cut the gap to their third-placed adversaries to just three points, but while they have averaged three goals per game in their recent hot streak, it is now six Premier League fixtures without a clean sheet for the formerly steadfast Gunners defence. Takehiro Tomiyasu, Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey's absences have of course had a large part to play in that, but Arsenal have only accumulated fewer points than Liverpool and Manchester City on home soil and cannot afford a hit to the confidence before the impending North London derby. While the charismatic Jesse Marsch has Leeds in with a fighting chance of retaining their Premier League status for a third straight season, trying to outwit Pep Guardiola was a step too far for the American, as Man City ran riot at Elland Road. Gabriel Jesus, Rodri, Fernandinho and Nathan Ake all helped themselves to goals as Leeds' five-game unbeaten run in the Premier League game to an abrupt end, and their Premier League destiny is once again out of their own hands amid Everton's revival. As things stand, the Whites are clinging onto the safety of 17th spot but are only two points clear of the Toffees having played a game more - with Frank Lampard's men taking on Leicester City at the same time as their meeting with Arsenal - and a daunting midweek clash with Chelsea also awaits Marsch's side. Shipping four to Man City sees Leeds enter their 35th game of the season having already conceded 72 league goals - the worst record in the division - but they will at least bring a three-game unbeaten run to the Emirates, keeping back-to-back clean sheets on capital territory against Watford and Crystal Palace in that time. Marcelo Bielsa oversaw a 4-1 loss at the hands of Arsenal just before Christmas - the Gunners' ninth victory from their last 11 clashes with Sunday's visitors - and it has been 29 years since Leeds last kept a clean sheet on Arsenal's turf in the league, and their defensive record certainly does not hint at the end of such a streak here. Last time out, the Gunners secured a vital 2-1 win at West Ham, and Friday saw the announcement that Mikel Arteta has signed a contract extension as Arsenal coach that is set to keep him at the club until 2025. Visitors Leeds, meanwhile, are not safe from relegation yet. Jesse Marsch’s team came into this gameweek in 17th, two points ahead of Everton and the relegation zone, having been thrashed 4-0 by Manchester City last weekend. Here’s all you need to know about this afternoon’s match at the Emirates Stadium. When is it? The game will kick off at 2pm BST on Sunday 8 May. How can I watch it? The match will air live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. Subscribers can also stream the action live on the Sky Go app. What is the team news? Ben White was absent for Arsenal’s win at West Ham due to a hamstring issue, and there is a good chance that the centre back will miss out again here. Takehiro Tomiyasu went off with cramp in that game against the Hammers – his first start in four months – but should be okay to line up in the first XI today. Meanwhile, Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain sidelined. For Leeds, Stuart Dallas is out for the long term after sustaining a femoral fracture against Manchester City. Also absent from Marsch’s side will be Adam Forshaw, Crysencio Summerville and Liam Cooper, while Patrick Bamford is not expected to return just yet. A tight hamstring was given as the reason for Ben White's absence in the win over West Ham, and his place in the squad this weekend is still in slight doubt despite his return to training, so Holding can feel confident about his chances of another start after a man-of-the-match showing at the London Stadium. Takehiro Tomiyasu was taken off with cramp in his first Premier League start for four months but should be fine to go again here, while Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain out for the long term. Despite failing to find the back of the net, Eddie Nketiah put in another impressive showing last time out and should hold his place over Alexandre Lacazette, while Martinelli could once again be given the nod over Emile Smith Rowe. As for Leeds, Marsch has been rocked by the news that Stuart Dallas is facing a lengthy period on the sidelines due to the femoral fracture which he sustained at the end of the first half against Man City. Dallas is being kept company in the treatment room by Adam Forshaw, Crysencio Summerville and Tyler Roberts, and Marsch is not expected to take a risk on Patrick Bamford just yet either. However, Liam Cooper is expected to be available for the Whites after shaking off a knee knock. Luke Ayling should shift across to right-back with Dallas now sidelined, which could see Diego Llorente drafted into a defensive-heavy setup or Daniel James recalled to the attack for the visitors. Predicted line-ups Arsenal: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, Holding, Gabriel, Tavares; Xhaka, Elneny; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Nketiah. Leeds: Meslier; Ayling, Koch, Struijk, Firpo; Klich, Phillips; Raphinha, Rodrigo, Harrison; James. Prediction Arsenal’s form has oscillated over the last few months, but as things stand they are on track for a Champions League place. Leeds, meanwhile, are still very much at risk of relegation. With lots on the line here, this could be a frantic affair. Indy Sport is backing Arsenal to come through – just about. Arsenal 2-1 Leeds.