(LIVE STREAM>>>) Leicester VS Arsenal live watch 25 February 2023
Leicester vs Arsenal LIVE: Gunners aim to stay top and could have Partey backPremier League leaders Arsenal face Leicester this weekend in hopes of remaining at the top of the table. The Gunners’ thrilling 4-2 win against Aston Villa last time out was crucial for their title hopes which were then boosted further by Manchester City drawing to Nottingham Forest. Getty Arsenal won in dramatic fashion at Villa Park last weekend Mikel Arteta’s men now sit two points clear in top spot with a game in hand on their rivals but the Foxes will be out to try and prevent them from moving further clear.
Bukayo Saka has been involved in 49 Premier League goals for Arsenal (26 goals, 23 assists). Should he score or assist in this game, he would become the youngest player (21y 173d on the day of this game) to reach 50 Premier League goal involvements since Cesc Fabregas in April 2008 (20y 337d) and the sixth youngest overall.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has scored more Premier League goals against Arsenal than he has against any other opponent (11). However, he’s scored just once in 23 Premier League appearances this season, and has failed to find the net in his last three against the Gunners. Only Newcastle (6) have conceded fewer first half goals than Arsenal (8) in the Premier League this season. However, the Gunners have conceded three times before half-time across their last two games, more than they had in their previous 12 combined (2). Leicester have lost more Premier League games from winning positions than any other side this season (5).
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Gabriel Jesus remains out for this match but with his recovery improving, he is likely to return to action next month. Follow all the latest Premier League fixtures and results HERE on talkSPORT. com Partey may make his return to action this weekend Leicester vs Arsenal: What has been said? talkSPORT’s Dean Ashton believes that Arsenal’s win against Aston Villa last time out was ‘monumental’ for their title chances. He said on commentary: “I don’t think you can measure how important that was for this Arsenal squad.
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