Arsenal vs Leeds Premier League Live Football Score 14 Feb 2021
NAME: Arsenal – Leeds United
DATE: 14 Feb 2021
TIME: 16:30 UTC
VENUE: Emirates Stadium, London, England
Arsenal host Leeds United in the top flight for the first time since 2004 on Sunday, with just one point and one place separating the two sides in the Premier League table. The visitors head to the Emirates Stadium sitting 10th in the table and with a game in hand over their hosts, who slipped into the bottom half as a result of their defeat at Aston Villa last weekend. The last time Arsenal welcomed Leeds to North London for a top-flight meeting they were en route to an Invincible campaign, with Robert Pires scoring once and Thierry Henry netting four times as the Gunners hammered their visitors 5-0 in April 2004.
Those days will feel like a lifetime ago for Arsenal fans, who now sit behind Leeds heading into what is the definition of a mid-table battle. The Gunners’ recent resurgence has hit a brick wall with back-to-back defeats against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa ending a run which had seen them pick up 17 of the 21 points on offer prior to that.
A 1-0 defeat at Villa Park last weekend means that only the league’s bottom four have failed to score in more games than Arsenal’s nine this season, and their form does not bode well heading into a potential season-defining period. Six of Arsenal’s next seven league games come against teams currently above them in the table, including Manchester City and Leicester City in their next two after Leeds, while they also have a Europa League double-header against Benfica coming up before the end of the month.
How to follow
Arsenal vs Leeds is live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event from 4pm; Kick-off 4.30pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
However, the signs are very positive in that regard, so much so I am happy to invest in his chances against a team that are notoriously terrible at defending set-pieces. Leeds have conceded a Premier League high 11 goals from set-pieces (excluding penalties), a Premier League high eight goals conceded from corners, a Premier League high 11 goals conceded from crosses and conceded a joint Premier League high nine headed goals.
Since Arsenal’s defeat to Tottenham in December, Holding has developed into massive threat at set-pieces. In that period he has registered 12 shots at goal – only Lewis Dunk has had more efforts on goal of every centre-back in the Premier League. He’s showing an ability to get into dangerous areas and it’s only a matter of time before he knocks one in.