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Leicester City vs Arsenal: Visitors hope to widen gap - February 25th

February 24, 2023 By Michelle Bonsu
Arsenal will hope to temporarily extend their lead on top of the league table to five points when they travel to face struggling Leicester City on Saturday.

Arsenal will be hoping to temporarily pull five points clear of the chasing pack as they prepare to face struggling Leicester City on Saturday afternoon. The Gunners, who were beaten 3-1 by Manchester City to seemingly open a gap for Pep Guardiola's men, rebounded last weekend by successfully seeing off Aston Villa in a six goal thriller. That result, coupled with Manchester City's failure to pick up all three points in a frustrating stalemate against Nottingham, means that Mikel Arteta's side have regained a slight two point advantage in the battle for the Premier League title.

In addition, the Gunners still do have a vital game in hand as opposed to other title aspirants such as Manchester City and Manchester United, which could play a vital role in their quest to win their first league title in nearly two decades. So far this season, Arsenal have won nine of their last 12 away games in the Premier League, and will be looking to make it a fifth consecutive win against Leicester this Saturday. The last time they achieved this was from September 1930 to October 1932, and should they pick up all three points this weekend, it will mark only the second time in club history that Arsenal have successfully beaten Leicester City three times in a row away from home.

As for Brendan Rodgers's side, it's been a rocky campaign that has seen plenty of highs and lows. Two weeks ago, Foxes fans were celebrating as their team pulled off a very impressive 4-1 win over Tottenham, only to see all that hard work come undone as the Foxes were thoroughly outplayed and outclassed in a 3-0 defeat to Manchester United. At the moment, the hosts find themselves in 14th spot, but are only four points away from the drop zone, meaning that a poor result on Saturday could see themselves start to find themselves in a rather uncomfortable position with just under half of the 2022/23 Premier League campaign remaining.

Team news: Leicester City vs Arsenal

Leicester City: James Maddison looks set to miss this game as the English international continues to battle knee issues, while the Foxes will also be without the services of Ryan Bertrand, James Justin, and Jonny Evans. 

Arsenal: Mohamed Elneny and Gabriel Jesus are still continuing their rehab processes after both sustaining knee injuries, but Thomas Partey may be able to get involved should he pass a late fitness test.

Match facts: Leicester City vs Arsenal

  • Leicester are winless in 18 Premier League games against teams starting the day top of the table (D2 L16)
  • Arsenal have won nine of their 12 Premier League away games this season (D1 L2)
  • The Gunners are hoping to win five Premier League matches in a row against Leicester for the first time since the 1930's 

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Leicester City 0 - 1 Arsenal

February 25, 2023 10:00amKing Power Stadium (Leicester, Leicestershire)

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