Mikel Arteta & co. will be trip to King Power Stadium to face Leicester City in the Premier League matchday tenth of the season on Saturday afternoon.
The Gunners will be aiming to extend their unbeaten run to nine games in all competitions when they lock horns with Leicester City at King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Since the 5-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City, the club from North London has gone on to win six of their eight matches in all competitions, remaining unbeaten in the process.
Leicester on the other hand, struggled in the Premier League this season, but managed to collected 14 points in nine Premier League matches this term.
The Foxes has struggled in the defensive side of things, having conceded the joint highest number of goals in the top half of the table.
But their four consecutive wins in all competitions, helped them to breaking into the top six by the end of this weekend’s round of fixtures.
Leicester Teams News & Tactics
Ahead of visitors Arsenal, who scored only one away goal and registered nine shots on target away from home this season, Brendan Rodgers will be without only two first-team players.
Wesley Fofana and James Justin remains sidelined and could miss the clash but the remaining Foxes squad available for the selection.
Predicted Lineup (3-4-1-2): Schmeichel; Amartey, Evans, Soyuncu; Pereira, Tielemans, Soumare, Castagne; Maddison; Iheanacho, Vardy
Arsenal Teams News & Tactics
Arsenal on the other hand, will be without two first-team players. Kieran Tierney doubt for the clash and Granit Xhaka continue recovery from his injury problem.
The remaining squad of Mikel Arteta available for the selection but lack of chance creation has been a major problem for the Gunners this season.
The north Londoners have struggled to find clear cut openings, while the mixed form of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hasn’t helped matters either.
It has even prompted coach Mikel Arteta to deploy Alexandre Lacazette alongside the Gabonese international in recent matches.
The Frenchman usually operates in a more withdrawn role, where he is usually utilised as a hold-up player who can create layoffs for runners like Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe in the final third.
Arsenal are a lot more disciplined in midfield and defence, though. They had rested a host of their key players in the midweek game as well, which means Thomas Partey will be starting this game, hoping to orchestrate the proceedings and put his box-to-box qualities to good use.
The former Atletico Madrid star is likely to be partnered with new signing Albert Sambi Lokonga, filling in for the injured Granit Xhaka. Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Mohamed Elneny are other options for Mikel Arteta.
As for the defence, Kieran Tierney appears to be a major doubt heading into this contest. The Scotland international has missed quite a few matches and midweek’s rest for Nuno Tavares indicates that the former Celtic starlet might not be fit to start against Leicester City either.
New signing Ben White is expected to overcome his illness to start alongside Gabriel Magalhaes at the heart of the Arsenal backline that protects Aaron Ramsdale in goal.
Probable Lineup (4-2-3-1): Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tavares; Partey, Lokonga; Saka, Lacazette, Smith Rowe; Aubameyang
Where is the match being played? at the King Power Stadium
When is kick off? Saturday October 30, at 12:30PM
Where to watch Leicester vs Arsenal
TV channel: The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage beginning at 11:30am.
Live stream: BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or the BT Sport app.