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Arsenal v Leeds

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 7 PL matches and unbeaten in their last 13 meetings against Leeds United.

A loss back in 2003 against Leeds cost the Gunners the trophy that season.

Out of the 23 games played against Arsenal, Leeds have only managed to walk away with a win in 2 of the matches. Both of those games were also on Gunner’s turf.

Their game kicked off at 4 on Saturday.

On his 2nd try, Brazilian player, Gabriel Jesus, puts Arsenal on the board driving the ball into the back of the net from the penalty post.

Odegaard gets injured just before half time but manages to pull together and carry on with the game.

Leeds player, Robin Koch, ends up tripping opposing team player Martinelli and gets awarded the match’s first yellow card.

Not 2 min after the second half start, Defender Ben White, double the Gunners score with assistance from Martinelli.

Gabriel strikes again and scores on the 55th min with an assist from Trossard.

Saka replaces Jesus before he attempts to score a hattrick after missing out on the starting spot.

Determined to lower the score difference, Leeds midfielder, Kristensen fires the ball past Ramsdale.

Xhaka strikes back and The Gunners take the match 4-1 even with 5min extra time. This ensures Arsenals 8 point leads giving them a definite chance at lifting this season trophy.

Man City v Liverpool

Out of their last 13 home games, City have only lost once to Liverpool.

Currently Liverpool have won more games against the reigning champions, more than any of the the other teams.

Winning four games in a row have been a struggle for Man City during this season. They managed to do five in arow last season between April and May.

Salah strikes the ball easily past Henderson with an assist from Jota in the 17th min putting Liverppo in the lead.

The crowd holds their breath as the goal gets reviewed by VAR and after some consideration the ref agrees for it to stand.

Not long after his goal, number 11 is booked for a dissent receiving the first yellow card for the game.

10min after Salahs goal, City comes to the party with Julian Alvarez.

Mahrez assists De Bruyne in breaking the tie just after the second half starts. Alisson just missed the ball as it hits the back of the net.

German foot player İlkay Gündoğan steals some of the spotlight as he scores for City, increase the gap for Liverpool to catch up.

Salah steps off the field and is replaced by Darwin on the 70th min.

City midfielder, Grealish, leaves Liverpool players in the dust as he swoops past and scores with an assist from De Bruyne. The Reds are now falling far behind in the 74th min.

With not enough time to make their move Liverpool is left with a second loss in the past week

Will Liverpool be able to get back into the game for their next fixture against the team that currently dominating the PL table?  Take your chances on Betway!