Fifth play third in the Premier League on Saturday, as highflying Leicester City welcome inconsistent Arsenal to the King Power Stadium.
Leicester will look to continue their fabulous first full season under Brendan Rodgers, as victory would see them leapfrog Manchester City into second place. With Liverpool and City meeting at Anfield on Sunday, this is a real opportunity for the Foxes to make ground on the top two.
Leicester have been excellent in front of goal this season, and haven't failed to find the net since the opening day against Wolves.
They will look to continue this rich vein of scoring form against an Arsenal side on
Upper Hand Is Leicester's in Recent Years
Arsenal have lost two out of their last three Premier League meetings with the Foxes. This is more than they had in their previous 30 meetings with the Leicestershire side (W20, D9, L1).
Not a Stalemate in Sight
Saturday's fixture will be Unai Emery's 50th Premier League game in charge, and he is yet to oversee a domestic 0-0 during his time at the Emirates.
Only George Burley (67),
Vardy's On Fire
Jamie Vardy became the first Premier League player to reach double figures this season when he found the net against Crystal Palace last weekend. This is the second time Vardy has achieved this feat; the first was during the 2015/16 season. Leicester ended up doing alright that year.
If the recent past is anything to go by, Vardy is only going to add to that tally on Saturday. The Leicester striker has eight goals in eight Premier League starts against Arsenal, the side he almost joined in the summer of 2016. This includes three braces, a record matched only by Didier Drogba.
Since his first away appearance for Arsenal in February 2018, Pierre-
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