|2019-04-28||Premier League||Leicester City : Arsenal||3 : 0|
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|2018-05-09||Premier League||Leicester City : Arsenal||3 : 1|
|2017-08-11||Premier League||Arsenal : Leicester City||4 : 3|
|2017-04-26||Premier League||Arsenal : Leicester City||1 : 0|
Leicester City vs Arsenal should be one of the most interesting games during the Premier League 12th Round, which will be held at King Power Stadium, in Leicester. Both teams stand at very high positions so far and should show us a very tough and thrilling match fighting for very important points. The best defensive team in PL at home will play against a very weak form showing Gunners. Read our thoughts about this excited Premier League Leicester City vs Arsenal match here below.
Leicester City vs Arsenal
Leicester City after having several days of rest should be very motivated and well-prepared before facing guests from London. Arsenal had a very tough and difficult game against Guimaraes, in Portugal. Several very important players missed the game of the UEFA Europa League due to injuries and once again club failed to win in a road game. OF course, they had a great opportunity to give main players some rest, due to already great positHowever, Arsenal in EL Group F. So this game was not so important for Gunners. However, at the moment Reds won only once in 5 last games away. And of course, Granit Xhaka’s latest actions also weakened the squad.
The Foxes are not playing in Europe competitions, so here they can be much fresher and physically stronger than their opponents. In addition, they are undefeated in all home games this season. In games, they scored 27 and conceded only 8 goals. Together with Chelsea they have collected already 23 points and aiming top places in PL this year. After a late goal in London playing against Crystal Palace, Jamie Vardy became the top scorer in PL with 10 goals.
Very interesting, that even last seasons, which were far from the best ones, they won against Arsenal at King Power Stadium with 3:1 and 3:1 results. So we expect something like that also on Saturday.
Bartosz Kapustka and Matty James will miss the next game due to injury. Most likely that Granit Xhaka will stay out of the team once again.
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