25th October 202021:15 LIVE
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Stadium: Emirates Stadium (London)
Arsenal and Leicester are level on nine points after five games and the clash at the Emirates looks as if it will be a cracker.
The Gunners are looking to build some momentum after losing two of their last three matches, against Liverpool and Manchester City.
Leicester are looking to pick up some points away from home after their fine early start was derailed with defeats to West Ham and Aston Villa in their last two fixtures.
Here we bring you a full guide on the TV details, the injury news and what’s been said by both camps.
Arsenal will assess Willian and Dani Ceballos after the pair were ruled out of Thursday’s Europe League match against Rapid Vienna.
Rob Holding, though, will be out of action for approximately three weeks.
The Foxes will be hoping to welcome back Jamie Vardy, who has missed their last two games with a calf problem.
Caglar Soyuncu faces a lengthy spell out after suffering a torn adductor muscle, while Wilfred Ndidi sidelined with a similar injury.