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Arsenal v Leicester Prediction 22-10-2018

Arsenal v Leicester Prediction

Arsenal v Leicester Prediction

Monday, 4:00 pm
21-10-2018
Emirates Stadium
England Premier League

The last match of round 9 of the Premier League will see Arsenal take on Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium on Monday Night football.

The Gooners come into this Monday match on the back of an impressive (5-1) win over Fulham at the Craven Cottage the Sunday before the international break.

Alexandre Lacazette finished off a counter attack to gave Arsenal the lead in the 29th minutes before the lead was levelled on the stroke of half time.

Lacazette restored the lead four minutes after the interval, before Aaron Ramsey added a the third in the 67th minutes, just 38 seconds after coming of the bench.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang found the back of the net 11 minutes from time to add the fourth, before he grabbed his brace in stoppage time to complete the rout.

Leicester on the other hand suffered a (2-1) home loss to Everton at the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes fell behind just after seven minutes, but Ricardo Pereira Levelled with five minutes remaining of the first half.

Wes Morgan was sent off for a second caution just after the hour mark before the conceded the second seventeen minutes later.

The result sees Arsenal in 5th place while Leicester City drops to 11th position.

Players to watch

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang & Alexandre Lacazette are firing on all cylinders at the moment, with both grabbing a brace against Fulham. Aubameyang currently has six goals and one assist, while Lacazette has five goals and two assist.

James Maddison had a bad day in the office against Everton, but his is Leicester City top scorer with three goals and two assist so far.

Prediction: Either to Win | 12

Reason for Arsenal v Leicester Prediction

There last three head to head encounters have had no draws.

Arsenal have played sixteen straight competitive matches in all competitions without a draw.

Leicester City have played twelve consecutive Premier League matches without a draw.

The Foxes have visited the Emirates Stadium seven successive times without a draw.

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