Leicester vs Arsenal
Arsenal will travel to Leicester in Saturday’s late Premier League kick-off.
Despite it only being early November, the tie could have huge implications for Arsenal’s top-four hopes this campaign.
The north London outfit head into the weekend’s action 5th in the Premier League.
But they are already six points adrift of Leicester and Chelsea, who currently occupy 3rd and 4th spot respectively.
Should Arsenal lose to Leicester and Chelsea beat Crystal Palace this weekend, the Gunners would find themselves already nine points behind the top four, which would be a huge blow.
The two sides go into the game in fairly contrasting form as well.
The Foxes have emerged victorious from four of their last five PL outings, while Arsenal have amassed just one win in five league ties.
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Ahead of the pivotal clash with Brendan Rodgers’ side, Arsenal have, on Friday, provided an update on Dani Ceballos.
The Spaniard was subbed off 54 minutes into Arsenal’s meeting with Vitoria earlier this week.
Arsenal have since confirmed that Ceballos suffered a problem to his left hamstring in the Europa League tie, and is set to miss Saturday’s game with Leicester:
Left hamstring. Sustained during the Vitoria (a) match on November 6. Currently being assessed, but will miss Saturday’s match at Leicester City.
No other first team squad players are unavailable due to injury.
Leicester vs Arsenal betting tips
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