Leeds United’s promotion to the Premier League has rekindled a lot of old rivalries, with clashes against Arsenal some of the many famous games from our history.

Our most recent outing against the Gunners was as a Championship side when we travelled to the Emirates in January, eager to cause a stir in Mikel Arteta’s early stages as manager.

A Reiss Nelson goal settled matters on the night but truth be told, Leeds were the better side for large portions of the game and failed to make their dominance count.

The last 16 years of torment have limited games against the top sides to mere cup draws but before then, these sorts of fixtures were around every corner, and are now hopefully on the return for good.

Leeds’ last Premier League triumph against the Gunners came in incredible circumstances for both clubs, with Mark Viduka’s late heroics sealing a 3-2 win and survival in 2003, while gifting the title to Manchester United in the process, not to forget Bob Tappin’s iconic commentary.

However, you have to delve further for Leeds’ last Elland Road victory over the North London outfit, and the year 2000 where a fortunate deflected free-kick settled the clash.

One of the more memorable moments of the game however took place at half time, as new signing Rio Ferdinand was unveiled on the pitch after joining from West Ham on a club-record deal.

So, can you name the starting 11 from Leeds’ 1-0 triumph over Arsene Wenger’s Gunners nearly 20 years ago?

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GK
Def
Def
Def
Def
Mid
Mid
Mid
Mid
Fwd
Fwd