The two top 4 competitors will face off when Arsenal welcome Leicester City to the Emirates Stadium. Both sides have won the Europa League earlier, but must enter this weekend following defeats in the latest Premier League rounds against Manchester City and Aston Villa. Since September 1973, Leicester have only won Arsenal - 27 visits to Highbury and Emirates in all competitions, including 20 defeats.

The foxes have played more away Premier League games with Arsenal than they have ever won against any other competitor in the tournament, and they have lost 12 such matches before last season's 1-1 draw in the league. match respectively. Therefore, the Gunners will welcome the Brendan Rodgers army to North London with open arms and will confidently return to the Premier League victories despite being below the away team after 5 games after 2 defeats. Most of them are against Liverpool and Manchester City, two of the toughest games of the season. Mikel Arteta teachers and students will also be happy to be back at Emirates, they have won 9 and not lost in 11 home matches up to 2020, 1 out of 2 times they lost points during that time was on their last visit by Leicester in July. 

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 multiple Premier League matches against the Gunners - more than he has. scored against any other opponent and only Wayne Rooney can beat him in this regard in Premier League history. However, the Fox will still be absent some other key players such as Ricardo Pereira, Wilfred Ndidi, Caglar Soyuncu and Daniel Amartey are all sidelined. Maddison played 65 minutes on Thursday night, scoring and so he could be ready for his first major Premier League match of the season. Leicester has the tournament's best chance conversion rate with 12 goals from 49 attempts, but they have struggled in the recent absence of Jamie Vardy and marched to the Emirates without a goal or 1 point since their unforgettable 5-2, winning at Manchester City last month. That victory seemed to be a statement of intent from Rodgers' side this season, but successive home defeats against West Ham United and Aston Villa have brought them back to earth and now they can. Losing three consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since February 2019. Last week's midweek victories Zorya Luhansk with James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Kelechi Iheanacho were all on the scoresheet when the Fox had a Europa League campaign with a start. first won in a much more convincing way than Arsenal on the evening of the same day.