Leicester City host Arsenal at the King Power Stadium this Saturday with both teams on 14 points from their opening nine Premier League games. The similarities don’t end there, however, as both teams have four wins, two draws and three losses this season, with Leicester only beating Arsenal on goal difference.
Leicester have won six, lost six, and drawn one of their previous 13 league home matches, and are just one win away from registering their 200th Premier League victory.
The Foxes have kept just one clean sheet in their last 15 league games, but have only failed to score on one occasion. The Gunners are unbeaten in their last 6 Premier League games, having lost their first 3 games of the 2021/2022 campaign.
Jamie Vardy is expected to return to the Foxes starting lineup, having missed the EFL Cup game midweek due to a knee injury. The Leicester striker has seven goals in his nine league appearances this season – only Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has more with 10.
It's set to be a very close game and one that gets goals.