Leicester will meet Arsenal at noon on Sunday in an attempt to advance over Manchester United and finish second in the Premier League table.
The Foxes beat Aston Villa last weekend to continue their glory.
Brendan Rodgers faces Leicester Arsenal this weekend
This weekend, they welcome Arsenal, who are 11th in the table, and last lost to Manchester City.
Leicester beat Arsenal 1-0 in October thanks to late winner Jimmy Vardy.
Leicester v Arsenal: How to listen
This match will start at 12 PM on Sunday 28 February.
Full coverage of King Power will be live on talkSPORT, with match prep startups at 11am.
Mark Sagres will be your host and comments will come from Nigel Adderley and Dean Ashton.
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With Leicester out of the European League, TalkSPORT critics say Brendan Rodgers lacks the true “European lineage and success” needed to find a job at top club Leicester v Arsenal: Team news
Harvey Barnes, Ricardo Pereira and Timothy Castani are expected to face Arsenal.
On the bench, the trio began losing the Europa League 2–0 to Slavia Prague, which toppled the Foxes.
James Madison still had a thigh problem and James Justin, Dennis Bright, Wesley Fofana, Izzy Perez and Wes Morgan were all left out.
In the meantime, Arsenal must have a full-fitness team with King Power.
Thomas Partey was knocked off the bench in the Europa League win over Benfica on Thursday and will push for the call-up after a hamstring injury.
Rob Holding missed the trip due to a concussion but was expected to be in good shape again.
Leicester v Arsenal: What was said?
“We have to return for a four-hour flight, but we will not use that as an excuse,” said Arsenal president Mikel Arteta. “We have to deal with that, we know that when you play in European competition you have to be able to play all three days and we will prepare to play with Leicester with the same strength we always play.
“They were really consistent in the league. I think they did a lot of good things, there is no luck or anything in the way they developed as a team.”
“Obviously they have a very good manager, great coaching staff and they’ve made a lot of good decisions over the last few seasons.
“They built a way of playing that perfectly suited their recruiting policy, and with little time the quality that they already had on the team – plus some of the young talent they had recruited and the players the experienced players they already had – they had a really good combination. In it now.
Jimmy Fardy sent Leicester to beat Arsenal in October Leicester vs Arsenal: match statistics and facts Leicester City have won four of their last six Premier League matches against Arsenal (D1 L1), more than 36 games in the high-level tournament (D10 L23). ). Arsenal have lost their last three away matches in the Premier League against Leicester, and have scored more red cards (2) than goals scored (1) in those three matches. Leicester lost to Arsenal at King Power once this season and lost 0-2 in the League Cup. The only team to defeat the Foxes twice at King Power in one season is Chelsea, who did so in 2016-2017 and 2017-18. Arsenal have won just 14.3% of the Premier League matches at King Power Stadium (1/7) – of the stadiums they have played at least five, and only Hillsborough (12.5%) and Old Trafford (13.8%) have done so. Lower profit rate in competition. Three different teams have already achieved the Premier League double against Arsenal this season (Aston Villa, Man City and Wolves), the most in a single season against Arsenal since 1994-95 (4 – Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle and QBR). Leicester City have won six of their seven Premier League matches right after a European match this season (L1), while Arsenal have lost six of their seven matches of this type (W1). Arsenal have lost five consecutive away matches under Mikel Arteta (including one in progress), and their last three consecutive matches in February 2019. On each of the previous four occasions, Arsenal have lost consecutive overseas matches under the Spanish leadership. , They won their next match. Only Wayne Rooney (12) has scored more goals in the Premier League against Arsenal than Leicester City striker Jimmy Vardy, who has scored 11 goals in 12 matches against Arsenal. James Madison (8) and Harvey Barnes (9) score their best season with Leicester in the Premier League. Between them, they participated in 19 of the last 26 goals Leicester scored in the Premier League. Arsenal captain Pierre Emerick Aubameyang scored 38 goals in 50 Premier League matches on Sunday, 14 more than all other weekdays combined in the competition (24 out of 56).