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Free-scoring Leicester City will look to maintain their unbeaten record at the King Power Stadium this season when they welcome an out-of-sorts Arsenal side for this Premier League battle.

Premier League 2019/2020
: King Power Stadium
Date : Saturday, 9th November 2019
Kick-off : 18:30 PM UK time.
TV channel : Sky Sports

Brendan Rodgers’s tactical nous has shone through at Leicester City since his arrival at the King Power stadium, with his team currently lying in third on the league standings and are now favourites to finish in the top four this season.

Following their 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace last weekend, their fourth successive win in all competitions, the Foxes come into this one six points clear of their fifth-placed rivals and an eighth league triumph could well be in the offing, particularly with the team’s hitman Jamie Vardy firing on all cylinders.

Arsenal’s season have gone from bad to worse, and took yet another hit when they conceded in stoppage time to Vitoria de Guimares in their Europa league midweek game.

That draw ensured the Gunners have let slip a lead for the fourth consecutive game and face what already looks a difficult task on paper here. They have now won just two of their last nine league matches and under fire manager Unai Emery seeks to get the best out of his floundering team starting from this one.

Team news

Leicester City

Rodgers have a clean bill of health for this game aside Matt James who is classed a long term absentee. The Foxes is expected to be unchanged from the Crystal Palace win.


Dani Ceballos is the only injury concern for the Gunners after limping off with a hamstring against Vitoria.

Head to head

Saturday will see these sides meet for the 142nd time in history, since they first met in the Old English Division 2 in 1895. Arsenal hold a superior lead on win margins with 66, Leicester on 30 while drawn games stand at 45.

The hosts had, however won on this ground the last two times their rivals had came calling.

Match stats

Jamie Vardy has scored eight goals in his last eight games against Arsenal.

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Leicester City’s last four home games while there have also been over 2.5 goals in each of the last four games they have played against Arsenal in the Premier League.

Leicester City have scored 12 goals at home this season – the third highest in the league – and have the best defensive home record with just three goals conceded.

Team form

Leicester City

Leicester City are on an impressive run of form and have a chance to move into second spot with a fourth league win on the bounce.

Leicester City’s last five games(in all competitions)LWWWW


The form tables do not favour the Gunners who have won just one of their last six games in all competitions.

Arsenal’s last five games(in all competitions) WDDDD

Betting preview

This game have all the trappings to produce fireworks. A free-flowing, vibrant attack up against a lax and hesitant defence is almost certain to guarantee goals and it is no surprise the market offer for over 2.5 is short at a price of 8/13.

But if you delve into the correct score markets, we might get great value with a Leicester win, if their rude form of late is anything to go by.

Leicester last beat Arsenal 3-0 here, while they also managed a 3-1 win at this venue in 2018. While it will be hard betting against the Gunners not finding the net at least once, a correct score of 3-1 in Leicester’s favour cannot be more enticing, and at a price of 15/1 is pretty great.

You can view all the markets for this game here

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