The Emirates sets to come alive for the second time since the restart as Arsenals enter Matchday 34 against side Leicester City with the race for a top-four finish. The match schedules for Tuesday with kickoff at 22.15 GMT.
Arsenal might be finding its form after a horrendous start since the restart. The side’s 2-0 win over Wolves the weekend was enough testimony to the change in the club’s form. Coach Arteta proved to be a tactical master managing to cut slow the threat posed by the side with only one shot on target.
The side is currently on a three winning streak in the league as they head to face side Leicester City. The side booked a FA Cup semi-finals over side Manchester City at the Wembley Stadium. Things might be looking up for Arteta with the Rennaissance in the squad.
The side recently tied two of their largest youth prospects to a long term contract. This includes the bursting sensation Bukayo Saka and the Brazilian flame Gabriel Martinelli out for the rest of the season.
Brendan Rodgers is re-evaluating his strategies ahead of the trip to the Emirates. The side was a victim of a 2-1 defeat to Everton. A loss at the Emirates might lock out the side from the top-four finish with Manchester United slowly creeping in.
Arsenal vs. Leicester City Head to Head
Both sides have 11 games between a game with the Gunners taking home six wins with the Foxes taking home three wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Wolves 0-2 Arsenal
Arsenal 4-0 Norwich
Southampton 0-2 Arsenal
Brighton 2-1 Arsenal
Man City 3-0 Arsenal
Leicester 3-0 Crystal Palace
Everton 2-1 Leicester
Leicester 0-0 Brighton
Watford 1-1 Leicester
Leicester 4-0 Aston Villa
Arsenal Team News
After a near season-ending injury, defensive midfielder Torreira is back in the line-up featuring in their 2-0 win over Wolves. It remains unclear the future of Mesut Ozil and Guendozi, who remain sidelined by Arteta. After missing out on their last fixture due to personal reasons, winger Nicolas Pepe is back in contention.
Leicester City Team News
Attacking midfielder Maddison who missed their last fixtures due to hip problems is under assessment ahead of the clash. Forward James Vardy is available for selection, having found the better of the Gunners in their last two occasions. Ricardo Perreira will miss out due to a cruciate ligament rupture injury.
Predictions and Odds
Arsenal has the upper head given their form from their recent matches, but Leicester has found the best part of the Gunners this season.
Arsenal Clean Sheet
Goals Under 2.5