Arsenal welcome Leicester City on Sunday with both teams at the start of the season with 9 points. Tomorrow’s Slope is one of those proverbial six-point games – the Gunners and Foxes battling it out for a place in the top four all season.
Since Leicester returned to the Premier League in 2014, this game has been dominated by the home team. The Gunners are 5-1 against the Füchse in the Emirates, but that tie came at the last meeting in July. And with this one season peat festival turned upside down, anything can happen. Arsenal beat Leicester in the League Cup last month, but both teams have mostly used reserve players.
Arsenal could take a massive injury break on Sunday – Jamie Vardy is in doubt to play unless he makes a surprise recovery from a calf injury. Vardy has tormented the Gunners, scoring 10 goals in 11 Premier League games against them. Leicester will also have to do without the outstanding centerback Çağlar Söyüncü, who will be out indefinitely with a hip injury. Brendan Rodgers will also have to do without Ricardo Pereira, Daniel Amartey and Wilfred Ndidi.
Dani Ceballos, who missed the match against Rapid Vienna with an ankle blow, is available. However, Willian is still in question with a calf problem. Shokdran Mustafi and Emile Smith Rowe have both been back to full training for some time and are fighting for a place on the Bnech. Rob Holding is out with a thigh injury for 3-4 weeks. Pablo Mari, Calum Chambers and Gabriel Martinelli are not there in the long term.
The big question for Arsenal for the foreseeable future is how much insult they will bring up – can they generate enough odds to compete against the better clubs? Mikel Arteta seems to have the defensive side of things under control; The Gunners play well structured and disciplined without the ball. However, it is not a viable strategy to count on converting the one or two chances they have for a game or letting one of the attackers play “hero ball”. Arteta needs to shift its focus to creating a plan of attack that will constantly create problems for opponents and generate shots.
Perhaps this new plan of attack will begin with the introduction of Thomas Partey onto the Premier League starting grid. Arsenal’s new signing played well against Rapid Vienna on Thursday and could be the missing piece to complete the offensive puzzle. The game against a team from Leicester that lacks a starting center back and the midfielder is on hold seems like a good time to turn on the attack, if you will.
WAS: Arsenal versus Leicester
WHERE: The Emirates
WHEN: Sunday, October 25, 12:15 p.m. PT | 3:15 pm ET | 7:15 p.m. BT (note: clocks will go back overnight in the UK)
US television: Pfau
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