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New James Park United host Arsenal for the first three Sundays of the Premier League. Pep Guardiola's side drew against Leeds United 24 hours ago, while Arsenal could be four points behind league leaders Manchester City in this match.

Newcastle are undefeated in the league against Arsenal for the first time since 2010-11, after a 0-0 draw between the clubs earlier this season.

Newcastle won 2-0 at home last season thanks to goals from Bruno Guimaraes and Arsenal's Ben White. The Gunners have not lost back-to-back games at St James' Park since January 1996, the first of three Premier League games to be goalless at the stadium.

In total, Arsenal have not conceded 29 goals against Newcastle in Premier League history, including a goalless draw in London on 3 January. No team in the history of the EPL has managed to be better than the same opponent.

Newcastle's pre-match squad headlines Alan Saint-Maxime for Sunday's kick-off after suffering a thigh injury. Despite being considered fit, he will likely sit on the bench alongside England international Callum Wilson and choose a front trio that includes Eddie Howe, Joelinton and Jacob Murphy. Other absentees for the Magpies include defenders Jamaal Lascelles and Emil Krafth, while Sean Longstaff is unlikely to be fit enough and will join his brother Matt in the sidelines.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta made three changes to his starting XI in the midweek win over Chelsea, with central defender Jakub Kiwior making his first Premier League start he’s expected to continue in the side with the continued absence of William Saliba. They’ll be sweating on Kiwior’s central defensive partner Gabriel, with the Brazilian coming off injured against the Blues on Tuesday.

Jorginho and Leandro Trossard also started in midweek, but both Gabriel Martinelli and Thomas Partey will be expected to return to the Gunners’ side on Sunday. Long-term absentees Takehiro Tomiyasu and Mohamed Elneny are out for the rest of the season.

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