Leeds United and Arsenal meet this Sunday at Elland Road for the ninth date of the England Premier League.
After almost two weeks without football for the FIFA Date, those led by Marcelo Bielsa seek to recover at home against a tough rival.
With the arbitration of Anthony Taylor, the match can be watch live on ESPN 2 (Channel 103 of Cablevisión and 623 of DirecTV) and online by streaming in ESPN Play.
After a promising start with a high level of football, the Leeds United had a slump and comes to this match after two games in which they were thrashed (1-4 vs Leicester y 1-4 vs Crystal Palace).
With only 10 units, the team led technically and tactically by Argentine Marcelo Bielsa occupies 15th position in the Premier League and needs to start winning to regain confidence and, although there is a long way to go, not to think about relegation.
For its part, Arsenal’s path in these eight Premier League dates was almost as irregular as that of their rival on duty: won four and lost the other four games.