The last outings between Arsenal and Leicester City in the Premier League was hold at King Power Stadium back in February, and Mikel Arteta’s men are secured comfortable victory over The Foxes.
The host are made perfect start to the game and found themselves lead inside six minutes through Youri Tielemans, who capitalize Arsenal defending absent to clear path through to goal before fired hard and low past Bernd Leno.
Several minutes later, Mikel Arteta’s men restored themselves and scoring equalised goal as Willian’s pinpoint free-kick was diverted home by the head of David Luiz.
And the Gunners then took the lead on the stroke of half-time as a handball against Wilfred Ndidi allowed Alexandre Lacazette the chance to convert from the penalty spot.
Nicolas Pepe then, put Arsenal on course for victory as he started and finished a good team move shortly after the break, with Willian providing the crucial touch into his path to claim the assist.
Now another mouthwatering clash set to hold at King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon, and Mikel Arteta’s men will be aiming of secure another important victory in the Premier League.
The Gunners are unbeaten in their last eight matches across all competitions, with their latest victory was 3-1 win over Aston Villa in the Premier League earlier this week.
The Gunners are sit 10th position on league standings with 14 points while Leicester sit 9th with same amount points and victory on Saturday will see Arsenal move up into fifth position ahead of the rest of the teams playing, which will constitute their highest standing in the table so far this season.