The High flying Leicester City will be looking to give their fans another reason to celebrate this weekend when they host Arsenal Football Club at the king power stadium.
Brendan Rodgers charges recorded a fine 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in matchday 12, and they have all the confidence they need to put Arsenal away in this fixture in front of their home fans.
Jamie Vardy will undoubtedly be the key man for the Foxes, he has been scoring freely in the opening weeks of the season.
Madison provides the creativity from the midfield while the reliable Wilfred Indidi provides grit and cover for the defence. The Gunners, on the other hand, have failed to win their last three fixtures in the league, with last weekend and the previous collapse against Wolves and Crystal Palace still fresh in the minds of their fan.
Aubameyang is a threat to any defence in the division, but the Gunner’s point of worry is how they hold on when the Foxes charge forward. Pepe is yet to fully hit the ground running and the foxes will hope he does not start to fire fully against them.
The last time they both met in the League Leicester, the Foxes outplayed the Gunners 3-0, and given their generous defence, we do not believe the Gunners are capable of pulling this one off against the Foxes.