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R. Mahrez
H. Choudhury
3 - 1
76'
J. Vardy
Penalty Goal
2 - 1
53'
P. Aubameyang
Goal
1 - 1
15'
K. Mavropanos
Red Card
14'
K. Iheanacho
F. Diabaté
1 - 0

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Arsenal come crashing back down to earth after storming to victory against Burnley just a few days ago and the Gunners have now lost seven away games in a row for the first time since 1966. Wenger's side remain without a point away from the Emirates Stadium in 2018 and fans will surely be counting down until the end of the season.
After failing to score at home in each of the past two matches, hitting three against Arsenal will be a massive boost to Leicester. Claude Puel's future may remain in doubt but this has given him plenty of encouragement, putting them in a decent position heading into their final game of the season against Tottenham on Sunday.
FULL-TIME! A run of 22 Premier League matches against Arsenal without a win comes to a close, as Leicester run out 3-1 winners against the Gunners. Kelechi Iheanacho edged the hosts ahead, before Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez struck in the second-half to ensure Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's equaliser earlier in the period counts for nothing.
90' + 4' I've said how this looks like a completely different Leicester side than what we've seen in recent weeks and it's also completely different to the Arsenal side we watched on Sunday. Whoever succeeds Wenger needs to fix the Gunners away woes immediately.
90' + 2' Into FIVE minutes of added time.
H. Choudhury
Assist
90' Just like the Leicester of old, as academy graduate Choudhury quickly turned defence into attack with a searching ball forward.
R. Mahrez
Goal
90' GOAL! Game over! Mahrez beats the offside trap and Leicester hit on the counter, with the winger cutting back inside onto his left foot and then firing past Cech. 
H. Barnes
K. Iheanacho
88' Third and final change for Leicester, as the brilliant Iheanacho earns a rest and Barnes takes his place.
87' Leicester holding on for what would be a memorable victory, having failed to beat the Gunners in any of their previous 22 Premier League matches. There's still work to do here though and Arsenal are desperate for a dramatic late goal.
R. Mahrez
Yellow Card
85' Another yellow card is issued by Graham Scott to Mahrez, who kicked the ball away in frustration.
E. Nketiah
A. Iwobi
84' Arsenal make their first change of the second period, introducing young Nketiah in place of Iwobi.
A. Dragović
D. Simpson
82' Simpson hobbles off and is replaced by Dragovic for the final moments.
82' Finally a chance to relax a bit, it's been a crazy period since Leicester retook the lead. I wouldn't bet against another goal before the end of this game though, as both sides continue to pile forward.
80' SAVE! Kolasinac rises highest in the area but his header is collected by Jakupovic.
79' Xhaka swings a free-kick into the area but it's far too long, with Ramsey just about keeping the ball in play before the Switzerland international sees a shot blocked and put behind for a corner.
D. Simpson
Yellow Card
78' Simpson becomes the first Leicester player to be booked.
G. Xhaka
Yellow Card
77' A second Arsenal man gets a yellow card, as Xhaka has his name taken.
77' Vardy loves playing against Arsenal, that's his sixth goal in seven appearances against the Gunners.
J. Vardy
Penalty Goal
76' GOAL! Vardy makes no mistake from the spot, firing into the top left-hand corner and fires Leicester back into the lead.
R. Holding
Yellow Card
75' Holding earns a yellow card for his protests to the decision.
74' PENALTY! Gray's first contribution of the game causes plenty of problems, as he weaves around in the box and is caught from behind by Mkhitaryan.
D. Gray
F. Diabaté
72' First change of the game for Leicester as Diabate, who has played very well, is replaced by Gray.
70' Kolasinac penalised for a foul out wide on Mahrez, which presents the Algeria ace with an opportunity to deliver. However, his cross is headed away.
68' The intensity levels have started to dip, with fatigue starting to play a part, and both managers will surely look to their substitutes fairly soon. As mentioned previously, Arsenal are short of senior players on their bench.
66' There is a real physical edge to the game at times but referee Graham Scott seems to be missing a lot of fouls, which will only encourage the players to keep flying into challenges.
64' Leicester kick the ball out of play as Mkhitaryan is down in a heap inside the box after being fouled by Simpson but the referee missed the infringement. 
62' Since making his Premier League debut, only Mohamed Salah (12) has scored more goals in the competition than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (9).
60' Since equalising, Arsenal have found themselves pegged back into their own half once again but they look dangerous on the right, where Maitland-Niles is getting forward at every opportunity.
58' Leicester have plenty of space to exploit, despite the tactical shift from Arsenal putting more bodies in the middle of the field, and the hosts look the most likely to find a winning goal in the final half hour.
56' A very finely poised match at the King Power Stadium, where it remains end-to-end and both defences look frail. 
54' Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has had a hand in 13 goals in 12 Premier League appearances for Arsenal (9 goals, 4 assists).
P. Aubameyang
Goal
53' GOAL! Arsenal are level! Maitland-Niles does brilliantly to make room down the right and he cuts into the area, drilling a ball into the middle. Aubameyang is lurking and sees his initial attempt saved superbly by Jakupovic but the rebound falls kindly to the Gabon ace, who smashes home.
52' Mahrez is the man to take the set-piece this time but his effort is straight at Cech, who saves easily.
51' Arsenal's defence is all over the place, there's spaces emerging everywhere, and the Foxes have another decent opportunity to try for goal as Mkhitaryan fouls Diabate.
49' CLOSE! Leicester almost have a second! Leicester hit on the counter and Diabate has the goal at his mercy, beating Cech but seeing his effort cleared off the line.
47' OFF THE POST! Arsenal continue to move the ball around excellently when they get into the final third and a ball is lofted over the top of Kolasinac, in a similar area to where he scored against Burnley a few days ago, but this time his effort cannons back off the frame of the goal.
45' KICK-OFF! Leicester get us back underway at the King Power Stadium, as they look to defend their narrow advantage.
Arsenal's away woes continue and the Gunners unwanted record of being the only side within English football to not have a point away from home in 2018 looks set to continue. Konstantinos Mavropanos can feel unfortunate for his dismissal, as it seemed Rob Holding was capable of recovering, but there's no excusing the poor defensive display we've seen from Arsene Wenger's side.
Where have this Leicester side been in recent weeks!? The Foxes have been on fire this evening and Iheanacho, who's endured an injury-plagued first season at the King Power Stadium, looks like he's making up for lost time with his display. The hosts have missed a number of changes though, which may come back to haunt them.
HALF-TIME! We've barely had enough time to relax in this game as it's been the complete opposite of what you'd expect from a match with nothing but pride on the line. A calamitous few minutes for Arsenal have put the Gunners behind, with Kelechi Iheanacho opening the scoring and Konstantinos Mavropanos then earning a red card just 92 seconds later.
45' + 1' TWO minutes of added time at the end of the first half.
45' Iwobi knocks the ball out of play with Silva down injured, as we edge towards the interval.
43' This match is wide open, with neither defence holding themselves in the best of light and both attacks, when they're on song, looking dangerous. Arsenal aren't quite firing on all cylinders though, while Leicester may be concerned these missed opportunities could come back to haunt them.
41' SAVE! Leicester aren't giving Cech a moment to catch his breath! The Foxes surge forward once again, with Vardy feeding through Iheanacho and the Nigeria international forcing another fine stop from Arsenal's experienced stopper.
40' The Arsenal players are absolutely furious with the officials, as they feel they've missed a number of fouls. The latest saw Maguire lunge in on Mustafi and replays showed the Gunners have every right to be angry.
39' SAVE! Silva tries to drill an attempt low to catch Cech out but the veteran is equal to the effort, with the Arsenal defence then clearing away the loose ball.
37' Having coped with the pressure, Arsenal have fought their way back into the game but the Foxes remain extremely dangerous on the break. Maitland-Niles fouls Vardy, giving Leicester an opportunity to test Cech with a shot at goal.
35' CHANCE! Like Arsenal for Leicester's goal, the Foxes are all over the place defending the corner. The ball pings around in the area before Holding pokes an effort towards goal, which takes a deflection and bobbles behind for another corner, which comes to nothing.
34' SAVE! Arsenal finally find a way through the Leicester line and work the play excellently again, Iwobi cutting the ball back to Mkhitaryan and forcing a diving save from Jakupovic.
32' I can't recall the last time Arsenal completed a pass in their attacking half, they've been trying long balls forward and it's not working. 
30' This is a complete onslaught from Leicester, who are playing like a completely different side to what we've seen in recent weeks. Arsenal look shellshocked and cannot establish themselves in the game.
28' CLOSE! Diabate drills a low ball into the middle that Vardy is inches away from getting onto the end of.
26' Aubameyang now looks extremely isolated in the attack for Arsenal, who started with Welbeck and Mkhitaryan supporting him out wide. Now, it's a flat-four in midfield.
24' Leicester haven't won any of their last 22 Premier League meetings with Arsenal, losing 15 of those. Claude Puel's side have a strong chance of a huge result tonight.
22' Where do Arsenal go from here? The issue is they have a very inexperienced defence, so it's down to the ten-men on the field to turn this game around. Given their home form in 2018, that seems unlikely to happen.
20' Another save! It's one way traffic and Leicester are in the mood. Iheanacho surges forward and curls for goal but it's straight at Cech, though he can't hold onto the ball and instead puts it behind for another corner.
S. Mustafi
D. Welbeck
19' Arsenal forced to shake things up and Welbeck is the man taken off, making way for Mustafi.
18' Arsenal will argue that Holding could have got across to cover and they might have a point. There's no excusing the challenge though as there was no attempt to get the ball. Ridiculous decision and a nightmare few minutes for the Gunners.
17' SAVE! Leicester work a brilliant free-kick into the area, with Mahrez floating a delivery to Maguire and he fires a volley straight at Cech. 
K. Mavropanos
Red Card
15' RED CARD! An absolute disaster for Arsenal. Mavropanos hauls Iheanacho to ground, pulling his shorts, and the referee decides he was the last man and gives the young defender his marching orders.
F. Diabaté
Assist
14' Diabate put the ball on the plate for the striker, who nets only his second Premier League goal of the season.
K. Iheanacho
Goal
14' GOAL! Arsenal fail to get the ball away and Leicester take advantage! Diabate heads the ball back into the middle for Iheanacho, who smashes home through a number of defensive bodies and Cech. 1-0 Leicester!
13' SAVE! Welbeck sloppily gives the ball around to Silva, who fed through Vardy and the England international left Holding on his back foot. The striker shaped to shoot but saw his attempt towards the near post palmed behind for a corner.
11' Leicester haven’t won any of their last six Premier League home games (D4 L2) – only relegated Stoke (7) are on a longer current run in the competition.
9' Arsenal are starting to dictate the tempo, which isn't too surprising, but they lack the cutting edge that saw them dominate against Burnley a few days ago.
7' SAVE! Arsenal knock the ball around well before Iwobi tries to place a shot inside the right-hand post but Jakupovic is equal to the effort, pushing the ball behind for a corner that comes to nothing.
5' Arsenal putting Leicester under a lot of pressure and are chasing the ball but neither side has managed to get a foothold in the game during the early exchanges.
3' Not the start anyone would have wanted, as Maguire is down requiring treatment. He seems to be moving ok as he trots to the sideline and quickly rejoins play.
1' KICK-OFF! We're underway at the King Power Stadium, where Arsenal get us started.
Arsenal are the only side without an away point in English league football in 2018, having lost all six of their games on the road. They last lost seven in a row back in January 1966.
After hitting five past Burnley, Wenger makes four changes to his side. Ramsey, Maitland-Niles, Welbeck and Holding come in, with Hector Bellerin, Calum Chambers and Alexandre Lacazette not in the squad. Jack Wilshere is also absent after being given leave to be with his wife as she prepares to give birth.
Leicester make two changes to the side beaten by West Ham at the weekend, bringing in Jakupovic and Simpson. Hamer and Benaloune drop to the bench as a result, while Thomas will hope to earn a Premier League debut off the bench.
Arsenal subs: David Ospina, Per Mertsacker, Reiss Nelson, Eddie Nketiah, Jordi Osei-Tutu, Shkodran Mustafi, Joe Willock.
Leicester subs: Ben Hamer, Demarai Gray, George Thomas, Harvey Barnes, Yohan Benalouane, Vicente Iborra, Aleksandar Dragovic.
Arsenal XI: Petr Cech; Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Rob Holding, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Sead Kolasinac; Alex Iwobi, Granit Xhaka, Aaron Ramsey; Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Danny Welbeck.
Leicester XI: Eldin Jakupovic; Danny Simpson, Wes Morgan, Harry Maguire, Christian Fuchs; Riyad Mahrez, Hamza Choudhury, Adrien Silva, Fousseni Diabate; Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho.
The same is of course the case for Arsenal, as Arsene Wenger had his last match in charge of the north London side at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. There's just two more away games left for the legendary Gunners manager and Arsenal, remarkably, are yet to pick up a point away from home in 2018.
Sat ninth in the table, ten points behind Burnley and the Europa League spots, Leicester have endured a rather uninspiring campaign. With the news that defender Robert Huth will leave at the end of the season, it's very much a period of transition for the Foxes and they'll be keen to end on a high.
Good evening and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Premier League clash between Leicester City and Arsenal, the penultimate game of the season for two sides who will probably feel they could have done better this season.