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On the back of an outstanding victory against the Citizens, Claudio Ranieri’s side will be hoping to extend their lead atop the log when they take on the Gunners

Arsenal and Leicester City do battle on Sunday afternoon in what could be a defining moment on where the English Premier League crown heads to come May.

After going four games without a win, Arsenal sealed an impressive 2-0 win away at Bournemouth last weekend which has left them third on the log, five points behind their opponents. The Gunners can take confidence in the fact that they are unbeaten against Leicester in 18 previous league meetings, winning the last eight at home. They are favourites to claim maximum points at (1.70) with Surebet247.

Leicester City are still living the unbelievable dream.  Last weekend’s commanding 3-1 win at Manchester City added to impressive performances against other top guns has got everyone talking of the title coming to the King Power Stadium in May. The 5-2 defeat suffered in the hands of the Gunners in the reverse fixture is just one of the Foxes two defeats so far this season. They will be hoping to correct it and are (4.70) to record a convincing win.

 Three of Arsenal’s last five games have ended in draws. Another one can be backed at (3.85).

There are suggestions that Leicester will fade at the tail of the season but having recorded wins against the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Manchester city in recent fixtures, confidence is building and nothing is stopping them from doing the unthinkable. The Foxes therefore look good to avoid defeat at the Emirates at (2.30).

Scoring goals and keeping things tight at the back has been regular for both sides this season. The magnitude of the game therefore looks good to produce more than three goals at (1.70) while both sides scoring at each end of the pitch is almost certain at the same price of (1.70).

Alexis Sanchez was the star of the show in the reverse fixture last September. With the Chilean back to match fitness, he will be looking to add to his impressive tally of four goals in three games against the Foxes. He is a  (4.75) play to score first and (2.25) anytime.

 

 

 

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