Leicester City will aim to continue their sensational form this Saturday at the King Power Stadium when they take on an underwhelming Arsenal side, reveal agencies.
Leicester seem to be living the charmed life this season, with yet again no new injury concerns for Brendan Rodgers' side. Arsenal's main injury worry is over the fitness of Dani Ceballos, who will almost certainly miss the trip to the Midlands with a hamstring injury. The Gunners did rest some players in their trip to Portugal, including newly-named club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal's ever-changing starting lineup is a stark contrast to that of their weekend opponents, who name almost an identical team from week to week. These two teams have played one another on 141 past occasions, Arsenal winning more often than not with 66 victories compared to Leicester's 31.
Leicester have won two of their last three games against the Gunners, both home victories and most recently a 3-0 win back in April 2019.
Arsenal's last successful trip to the King Power came back in 2015/16, Leicester's title-winning campaign, where they won comfortably in a resounding 5-2 victory.
Leicester's terrific form shows no signs of fading. They've picked up four victories on the bounce, most notably that 9-0 demolition of Southampton. The Foxes' most recent outing was a trip to Selhurst Park and another straightforward victory, beating Crystal Palace 2-0. The consistency Leicester have displayed this season makes them great candidates to finish in the Champions League places, something they have seldom achieved in their history.
Arsenal are firmly at the other end of the form table, having failed to win in their last four games in all competitions. Their last two Premier League encounters have seen them spurn leads at home which has led to more dropped points and more frustration at the Emirates. Saturday's visitors haven't won a league game since 6 October, a narrow 1-0 win over Bournemouth.