Premier League : Arsenal vs Leicester City Match Preview, Line Up, Match Info

Arsenal vs. Leicester City - prediction, team news, lineups

Arsenal Will Look To Start The 2022-23 Premier League Season With Back-to-back Wins As Leicester City Visit The Emirates Stadium On Saturday Afternoon.

The Gunners Opened The New Campaign With A 2-0 Win Against Crystal Palace, While The Foxes Threw Away A Two-goal Lead Against Brentford To Draw 2-2.

Arsenal, Who Opened The New Premier League Season Away From Home In The London Derby, Caused Last Year's Trouble But Mikel Arteta's Strengthened Side Ensured That Lightning Did Not Strike Twice In A Professional Display Against Crystal Palace Last Friday. It Wouldn't Have Been An Arsenal Win In 2022 If Aaron Ramsdale Hadn't Saved His Side On More Than One Occasion, But Gabriel Martinelli's Header From A Well-worked Corner Routine And Marco Guehi's Own Goal Did The Gunners' Job In The Match. End.

From Zinchenko's Assist, Gabriel Jesus' Energetic Display And William Saliba's Best Performance, The Trio Of Debutants Set The First Markers For The Coming Months As Arsenal Now Look To Get Their Emirates Effort On The Front Foot.

Arsenal Finished The 2021-22 Campaign With Three Consecutive Home Wins Against Manchester United, Leeds United And Everton - Albeit Without A Single Clean Sheet In Any Of Those Games - And It Is More Than 50 Years Since The Gunners Achieved Back-to-back Games. Victory. With Bright Leaves At The Beginning Of The Peak Flight Season.

Arteta Confirmed His Side Still Hope To Be Active In The Transfer Market Before The Window Closes, But The Core Of Arsenal's Current Crop Should Be Confident Of Getting The Job Done Against A Leicester Side Whose Summer Business Has Been Virtually Non-functional. Existing.
With An Almost Identical First-team Squad Taking The Field On The Opening Weekend, Leicester Fans Briefly Forgot Their Failure To Bring In A Single New Signing As Timothy Castagne And Kiernan Dewsbury-hall Struck For The Foxes Against Brentford To Put Them Up. Two Goals To Go.

Ivan Toney Made Things Interesting Just After The Hour Mark And With Minutes Remaining To Maintain Their Slim Lead, Leicester Allowed Former Arsenal Youngster Josh Dasilva To Curl In A Superb Equalizer To Further Anger The Fans.

Brendan Rodgers Has Suggested His Side's Lack Of Signings Has Been Down To Those At The Top Rather Than His Managerial Decisions, With Fending Off Interest In James Maddison, Wesley Fofan And Youri Tielemans Likely To Be A Priority Over The Next Few Weeks.

Leicester Are Now Five Games Unbeaten In The Premier League

But Have Picked Up Just Four League Wins Away From Home In The Entire 2021-22 Season And A Single Clean Sheet Against Relegated Burnley In March. .

That Woeful Away Defeat Includes A 2-0 Loss To Arsenal At The Emirates In March After The Gunners Had Previously Won By The Same Scoreline At The King Power In October, And The Foxes' 35 Away Defeats To Arsenal Are The Most They Have Suffered. Against One Upper Side.

Arsenal Left-back Kieran Tierney Was Fit Enough To Leave The Bench At Selhurst Park On Friday After Recovering From Another Knee Injury, With Fabio Vieira, Emile Smith Rowe And Takehiro Tomiyasu Missing For The Under-21s. However, All Three Players Returned To Senior Training This Week And Could Be In Contention For A Place In The Squad At The Weekend, But Arteta Is Certainly Only Considering The Trio For Spare Minutes, While Reiss Nelson Picked Up A Quadriceps Injury And Could Be Out. A Few Months. Ben White Performed Admirably From His Right-back Role Against Wilfried Zaha And Could Earn Another Opportunity In That Area As Saliba Has Become Virtually Unstoppable. As For Leicester, Rodgers Had No Fresh Injury Problems At The Weekend And Has Since Allowed Hamza Choudhury To Go Out On Loan To Watford, But The Club Have Suffered A Devastating Blow With Ricardo Pereira.

The Injury-plagued Right-back Underwent Surgery On A Ruptured Achilles And Is Expected To Spend Six Months On The Sidelines, Joined In Hospital By Harvey Barnes And Ryan Bertrand, Who Are Rehabilitating From Knee Injuries.

Tielemans, Fofana And Maddison Will Once Again Be Involved In Speculation Over Their Futures, With The Former Heavily Linked With Arsenal And Jamie Vardy Looking To Build On The 11 Goals He Has Already Scored In This Game.

Arsenal possible starting lineup:

Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus

Leicester City possible starting lineup:

Ward; Fofana, Amartey, Evans; Castagne, Ndidi, Tielemans, Justin; Maddison, Dewsbury-Hall; Vardy

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