Leeds United will be all set to lock horns against Arsenal in this crucial premier league encounter. Welcome to the ARS vs LU Dream11 team prediction today and match preview.
Arsenal have managed to showcase amazing consistency and fighting spirit in a campaign that looks to be more focused on the importance of this league which can be a huge morale booster for the side.
Leeds United on the other hand were able to win their last match with a show of attacking talent highlighting their ability to fight the relegation battle as they are 14th on the table.
Probable Winner, Match Prediction and Match Odds
Arsenal should win the match by a very close margin.
ARS- 1.31 Draw – 6.60 LU- 12.50
Mohamed Elneny, Eddie Nketiah, William Saliba, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Adam Forshaw, Stuart Dallas, and Tyler Adams are injured for this game.
Thomas Partey, Kieran Tierney, Maximilian Wöber, and Wilfried Gnonto are doubtful to appear.
Probable Playing 11
Ramsdale (GK), White, Holding, Gabriel, Zinchenko, Xhaka, Partey, Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Jesus
Meslier (GK), Ayling, Koch, Struijk, Firpo, McKennie, Roca, Harrison, Aaronson, Sinisterra, Rodrigo
Match: Arsenal vs Leeds United
Date And Time: 1st April, 07:30 pm IST
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London, England
Telecast: Star Sports Network, Disney+Hotstar
Gabriel Martinelli – (13 Goals)
Rodrigo Moreno – (11 Goals)
ARS vs LU Dream11 Team Prediction Today, Fantasy Football Picks, Match Preview
Aaron Ramsdale (8.5 Cr) was not able to keep a clean sheet in their match against Crystal Palace but has managed to make consistent saves in the last 4 matches which should continue in this match.
Gabriel Magalhaes (9.0 Cr) looks to be in great form this season which gifted him with an amazing goal against Fulham which can push him to find a similar momentum for this game.
Oleksandr Zinchenko (8.0 Cr) is another attacking surprise who managed to start the opposition’s demolition process and should be able to take his place in this match.
Pascal Struijk (9.0 Cr) has not been a threat so far in the Premier League but has the ability to track back with his pace and handle the situation in the front and back.
Bukayo Saka (9.0 Cr) has featured his amazing goal-scoring performance this season with a solid 2 goals and 1 assist in the last match which could help his performance in this match as our prime choice for this encounter.
Martin Odegaard (9.0 Cr) scored his goal against Fulham and has been a driving force in the midfield which could enhance his contributions to find more goals in this match.
Jack Harrison (9.0 Cr) has already made his mark in their last 2 matches that earned him 2 goals and 1 assist which could help maintain his side against tougher opposition.
Weston Mckennie (7.5 Cr) is a crucial attacking midfielder in this match and has the ability to make fair tackles and sharp interceptions which increase his contributions in this match.
Gabriel Martinelli (9.0 Cr) should be able to make the most of his goal-poaching skills in this match as he can find chances and score goals which makes him an important player.
Gabriel Jesus (8.0 Cr) will be making his way back to the starting 11 to retain his place in the attacking side of the game added with his ability to find chances and dribble to faster defenses makes him an important striker.
Rodrigo Moreno (8.0 Cr) has been consistent with his performance in all of the matches this season and looks in extremely good shape which makes him a potential game-changer.
Captain And Vice-Captain
B.Saka is our captain because of his consistent performances with goals and assists makes him an important contributor.
G.Martinelli is our vice-captain because of his current form and good performance to find the net.
Ramsdale, Zinchenko, Magalhaes, Struijk, Saka (C), Odegaard, Harrison, Mckennie, Jesus, Martinelli (VC), Rodrigo
Dream11 Team Disclaimer
The veracity of our selections and team is based on earnest analysis of the league, matches and playing 11s. We implore you to forage your team by your own accord with these facets helping spur your decision making.
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