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The Gunners return to Premier League action on Sunday evening looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat by Manchester City.
Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should return to Mikel Arteta’s starting XI at Emirates Stadium after coming off the bench to net a winning goal against Rapid Vienna in the Europa League on Thursday.
Only goal difference separates these two sides in the top-flight table after five games apiece, though Leicester are coming off back-to-back losses to West Ham and Aston Villa.
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Arsenal will be hoping to have Willian and Dani Ceballos available after the pair missed the trip to Austria with minor injuries, while Rob Holding is out.
Leicester’s big injury concern is Jamie Vardy, so often the scourge of Arsenal, who is pushing to be fit after a calf problem that has kept him out of the Foxes last two games.
Gunners spirits will be lifted by Aubameyang’s midweek goal and the prospect of a home debut for Partey. Coupled with Leicester dip in league form, Mikel Arteta’s side may have just enough to secure all three points
Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is due to return to Arsenal’s starting XI against Leicester tonight after coming off the bench to score the winner against Rapid Vienna.
Aubameyang struck 16 minutes before full-time to spare Arsenal’s blushes on Thursday and kick their Europa League campaign off with a 2-1 win.
Mikel Arteta is likely to make changes from that win in Austria, with Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin due to come in.
One player who is likely to keep his place from midweek is Thomas Partey, whose performance on his full debut led to immediate comparisons with Patrick Vieira from more than one club legend.
Leicester are optimistic that Vardy will be ready to return, which is bad news for Arsenal; the Golden Boot holder has scored 10 goals in as many Premier League starts against the Gunners – more than he has scored against any other opponent and a tally only Wayne Rooney can beat in Premier League history.
The Foxes will still be without some other key players, though, as Ricardo Pereira, Wilfred Ndidi, Caglar Soyuncu and Daniel Amartey all remain sidelined.
Maddison did manage 65 minutes on Thursday night, scoring in the process, and so he could be ready for his first Premier League start of the season.
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Arsenal vs Leicester Kick Off Time
Arsenal vs Leicester is scheduled for a 20.15pm GMT kick-off tonight (October 25, 2020) at the Emirate stadium
The match will be behind closed doors at the Emirates Stadium with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.
Where to watch Arsenal vs Leicester City live
TV channel: The Premier League match between Arsenal and Leicester will be shown live on Sky Sports, BT Sport, SuperSport, beIN Sports and ESPN.