Arsenal has won nine games in a row in all competitions. It’s difficult to gauge how good Unai Emery’s side are playing, as they haven’t been tested against high-level opposition during that time.
Leicester have won three of their last four in all competitions but Claude Puel’s job is reportedly uncertain.
Leicester beat Arsenal the last time the two sides faced off, ending a 13-game winless streak against the Gunners.
However, the Foxes have lost their last seven matches away to Arsenal. You have to go back to 1973 to find the last time Leicester won away to Arsenal.
Arsenal- Sokratis was forced off at half-time in Greece’s 2-0 defeat to Finland on Monday and is a huge doubt for the Gunners here. Petr Cech will also require assessment closer to kick-off. Bet Now
Danny Welbeck is back in training after pulling out of England’s squad during the international break.
Aaron Ramsey pulled out of Wales’ squad with his wife due to give birth and it remains to be seen whether he will be available to feature against Leicester on Monday.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was only fit enough for a place on the bench against Fulham before the international break but he should start here.
Leicester- Wes Morgan serves a two-match ban and will likely be replaced at centre-back by Jonny Evans.
Demarai Gray and Matty James are sidelined for the Foxes.
Arsenal has been drawing at halftime and winning at full time in their last 6 Premier League matches.
Arsenal has scored at least 2 goals in their last 7 matches (Premier League).
Arsenal has seen over 2.5 goals in 7 of their last 8 home matches against Leicester in all competitions.
Arsenal has scored at least 2 goals in 7 of their last 8 home matches against Leicester in all competitions.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 5 of Leicester’s last 6 games (Premier League).
Leicester have scored at least 2 goals in their last 3 away matches in Premier League.
Who will win?