The Gunners will welcome the Foxes to North London aiming to record a fifth successive victory in all competitions and build on Saturday’s impressive 2-0 away triumph over Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.
Arsenal’s disappointing start to the Premier League’s restart, which saw them beaten by both Manchester City and Brighton & Hove Albion, now seems to be a distant memory, with Mikel Arteta’s side having since beaten Southampton, Norwich City and Wolves in the league, as well as getting the better of Sheffield United to secure their passage to the FA Cup semi-finals.
However, the Gunners, who will be aiming to make it four clean sheets in a row in the league this evening, know they will be in for a stern test against a Leicester side who still have the small matter of nailing down a Champions League spot for next season.
Leicester will arrive in North London brimming with confidence about themselves after the weekend’s 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.
And our Arsenal writer, Art de Roche, is inside a sparsely-populated Emirates Stadium for football.london to keep you updated with all the very latest as it unfolds.