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By Oscar Haley

With the Premier League season coming to a close, Leeds United will be getting more and more desperate to pick up points in the race for survival. The Whites travel to north London on Sunday to take on Arsenal in a game that could have ramifications at both ends of the table.

Last time out, Jesse Marsch's side lost 4-0 to league leaders Manchester City, in a game that saw Leeds battle hard but came out of empty-handed. Marsch opted for a back five against Manchester City, with centre-backs Pascal Struijk, Robin Koch and Diego Llorente flanked by wing-backs Luke Ayling and Junior Firpo.

Stuart Dallas started in midfield alongside Kalvin Phillips but the former will be out for the rest of the season after breaking his leg.

READ MORE: Leeds United's hopes in relegation battle with Everton and Burnley boosted by Brighton blow

In terms of other players who will miss the clash, Tyler Roberts, Adam Forshaw and Crysencio Summerville have all been ruled out for the rest of the season.

Striker Patrick Bamford is not yet back in full training and won't be until next week but there is good news in that captain Liam Cooper is fit after pulling out of the City game in the warm-ups, while Diego Llorente is also fit after he could only make the subs bench last time out.

But now over to you. Using our widget below, pick your Leeds XI for the trip to the Emirates.

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