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Arsenal vs Leeds highlights: Score updates Nelson puts Gunners through in FA Cup third round -

When Arsenal hosts Leeds United at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night, they will be hoping to advance to the EFL Cup quarter-finals.

The Gunners are coming off a 3-1 Premier League victory over Aston Villa on Friday, while Leeds were held to a 1-1 draw by Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.

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Arsenal vs Leeds United Team News;

Kieran Tierney limps off injured during Arsenal's game against Liverpool in the Premier League on April 3, 2021

Arsenal will again be without the service of Granit Xhaka due to a knee injury. They most likely are likely to still be without Kieran Tierney while Leeds winger Raphinha could be available.

Leeds united Kalvin Phillips an unused substitute against Wolves returns to the squad following injury but Patrick Bamford, Luke Ayling, Junior Firpo, and Robin Koch remain sidelined due to injury.

A lack of options in a defensive area could see Jamie Shackleton and Stuart Dallas continue in the full-back areas, though, while Bielsa is likely to resist the temptation to bring Kalvin Phillips into the side.

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February 14, 2021: Arsenal 4-2 Leeds United – Premier League
November 22, 2020: Leeds United 0-0 Arsenal – Premier League
January 6, 2020: Arsenal 1-0 Leeds United – FA Cup
January 9, 2012: Arsenal 1-0 Leeds United – FA Cup
January 19, 2011: Leeds United 1-3 Arsenal – FA Cup

Arsenal have won four of their last five meetings with Leeds, whose most recent victory in this fixture came at Highbury in May 2003.

Arsenal possible starting lineup:
Leno; Cedric, Holding, Mari, Nuno; Maitland-Niles, Elneny, Lokonga; Martinelli, Balogun, Pepe

Leeds United possible starting lineup:
Meslier; Shackleton, Cresswell, Cooper, Dallas; Summerville, Klich, Forshaw, Rodrigo, James; Roberts

Opta stats

  • This will be the first meeting between Arsenal and Leeds in the League Cup since September 1979 – the Gunners won a second round second leg match 7-0 at Highbury, their biggest ever win in the competition.
  • Leeds have won/progressed from just three of their 12 domestic cup ties against Arsenal, beating them in the 1968 League Cup final, 1972 FA Cup final and the fourth round of the 1996-97 FA Cup.
  • Arsenal have been eliminated from the League Cup at home by a fellow Premier League side in three of the last five campaigns (Southampton in 2016-17, Tottenham in 2018-19 and Manchester City last season).
  • Leeds are looking to reach the League Cup quarter-final for just the second time in the last nine seasons, previously reaching the last eight in 2016-17.
  • Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah has scored six goals in seven appearances in the League Cup, with the striker averaging a goal every 81 minutes in the competition. This includes two strikes while on loan at Leeds United in 2019-20.
  • Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa is winless in all three of his meetings with Arsenal in all competitions (D1 L2). During his time in England, the only side he’s failed to win any of his first four games against is Nottingham Forest.

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