The Gunners are back at home this Sunday evening after back to back away losses, encountering an impressive Leeds United.
Whereas for Leeds, Marcelo Bielsa's side will travel to the Emirates in good spirit.
Currently sitting a place above Arsenal, Leeds will look to continue their winning ways, after a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on Monday.
A win for either side will put them on the right track for a top half finish. Three points for Arsenal will push them above Leeds into 10th by two points.
However, success in North London for the Peacocks will allow them to continue their climb away from Arsenal.
The Gunners will have two huge blows to their side this weekend.
The midfielder came off against Aston Villa last week, and annoyingly for Gooners, will miss out again. Arteta does not expect Partey to return swiftly.
For Leeds United, a handful of players will miss out.
Attacking Rodrigo and Pablo Hernandez will also not be included in the travelling squad due to muscle strains.
Diego Llorente will miss out again due to a muscle strain, as well as Ian Poveda with an ankle injury. Robin Koch and Gaetano Berardi will also be absent, both having knee injuries.
Ones to watch
Arsenal: Nicolas Pepe
The Ivorian is starting to come to his senses in recent games. Although the winger has still not lived up to his monster price tag, Pepe has performed admirably in recent weeks.
His confidence is beginning to shine through onto this Arsenal team. Pepe has scored twice in four games, against Southampton and Wolves, both in spectacular fashion.
His composure, agility, pace, and shooting has really come to Arsenal's aid. Pepe is starting to show what he is really made of.
This weekend is a huge opportunity for the Ivorian to display is abilities to Arsenal fans, as well as Arteta.
Leeds United: Patrick Bamford
The Englishman has certainly been impressive, and will be huge a threat to Arteta's back-line.
Bamford's goal last week was his 12th of the season, more than any other Arsenal player. His partnership with winger Raphinha has been praised by boss Bielsa, and has proved to be dangerous.
His goal scoring threat is one, but his contribution to build up play and bringing the team together is another, becoming an important part to this Leeds side.
The striker's recent performances has speculated a potential international appearance for the 27 year old. Bielsa has urged Bamford for consistent performances, and will for sure be kept under close supervision on Sunday.
Arsenal: Leno; Bellerin, Holding, Luiz, Cedric; Xhaka, Ceballos; Pepe, Smith-Rowe, Saka; Lacazette.
Leeds United: Meslier; Ayling, Cooper, Alioski, Struijk; Raphinha, Dallas, Harrison, Shackelton, Klich; Bamford.
Head to head
Sunday's visit to the Emirates will be Leed's fourth, with the previous three being in the FA Cup (D1, L2).
In all competitions, Arsenal are unbeaten against Leeds in their last eight games, winning six and drawing twice. Their last defeat was in May 2003.
Leeds have also failed to score against Arsenal under Bielsa. They are the only team that the Argentine has failed to score against after more than one game.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 27 home matches against promoted teams (W23, D4) since losing against West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle in the 2010/11 season.
Where to watch
Arsenal v Leeds will be available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, Kick Off time at 4:30pm.