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Visit our Leicester City pageGo straight to the best Arsenal contentCHRIS SUTTON'S PREDICTIONLeicester are in a relegation scrap, which is hard to understand when you consider the attacking talent they have got. The Foxes' issue is that they are so brittle at the back, which is why I think there will be goals in this game and also why I am going to back Arsenal to win it.
The Foxes have scored 23 first-half goals this season but have conceded a league-high 23 in the second half. Brendan Rodgers' side are the only team not to have kept a Premier League clean sheet since the World Cup. Leicester have lost five Premier League games from winning positions this season, more than any other side.
Leicester City v Arsenal team newsLeicester are monitoring James Maddison, who is managing a ongoing knee problemTEAM NEWSLeicester's James Maddison, who has been managing a knee injury, will be assessed ahead of the game. Defenders Ryan Bertrand and Jonny Evans remain out with respective knee and thigh injuries. Arsenal's top scorer Bukayo Saka is fit and midfielder Thomas Partey, who has missed the last two matches with a thigh problem, could feature. Gabriel Jesus is making good progress after his World Cup knee injury but it is still too soon for a return.
Prediction: 1-3Sutton's full predictions v Those Damn Crows drummer Ronnie HuxfordMATCH FACTSHead-to-headLeicester could lose five consecutive league games against Arsenal for the first time in 91 years. Arsenal are vying to win three consecutive away league fixtures against the Foxes for the first time since 1925. The Gunners have won each of their last three away matches against Leicester in all competitions. Leicester CityLeicester have earned just 12 points from a possible 33 at home this season - only bottom side Southampton have a worse record in the Premier League.
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I want to see a title race and I loved the way the Gunners found a way of getting the three points against Villa last week after trailing twice. They really showed their mettle and it must have been a huge boost to their confidence. Now they have to back it up with another win here but I do feel their trip to King Power Stadium will be more straightforward. They will have plenty of chances, because their forwards will be able to get at the Foxes' backline.
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