Leicester City v Arsenal (Premier League)

Published on April 28, 2019 by

The fifth place in the Premier League standings, Arsenal, will undergo an away match against the tenth-ranked team, Leicester City, in the 36th matchweek on Sunday afternoon (4/28/2019). These two teams are both experiencing a decline in performance.

Arsenal have always lost the last two matches in the Premier League. After a 2-3 defeat to host Crystal Palace, Unai Emery’s men then fell 1-3 at home to Wolverhampton midweek yesterday.

While Leicester had recorded four consecutive wins with new manager Brendan Rodgers. However, Leicester then went through two matches without a win. After losing 0-1 to host Newcastle, they then drew at West Ham with a score of 2-2.

At the first meeting of the season, Arsenal beat Leicester 3-1 at home. Had been left behind because of suicide Hector Bellerin, Arsenal turned to win through a goal Mesut Ozil and two goals Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

It will not be easy for Arsenal to regain three points. Arsenal must be wary of Jamie Vardy, who contributed nine goals and one assist in the last 10 appearances for Leicester in the Premier League.

If not able to reduce it, Arsenal could have lost points in the match at the King Power Stadium later.



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