|Match||Leicester City vs Arsenal|
|Date & Kick Off||Saturday November 9, 2019 5.30pm|
|Where||King Power Stadium, Leicester|
|Best Bet||The draw at 11/4 with William Hill|
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Leicester go into their home fixture with Arsenal on Saturday as one of the form teams in the Premier League. They’ve been ruthless in the last few weeks, so it’s perhaps no surprise to see the Foxes as the favourite for this one.
Arsenal on the other hand sit six points behind and their recent form has been indifferent to say the least. A string of draws and defeats to lesser opposition has seen them fall behind the pack, and with a few problems off the pitch too, the Gunners are enduring tough times.
That shouldn’t rule them out though. At 5/2 with Ladbrokes, you might find them a solid punt. Manchester United beat Leicester earlier in the season as did Liverpool, while Chelsea earned a draw. The big sides are getting success, to a degree.
Leicester are Evens for this one with William Hill and the way Brendan Rodgers has his side playing, that seems about right. The draw might be appealing too at 11/4 with William Hill.
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Arsenal will be coming into the fixture on the back of a Europa League fixture which can often be influential on a fixture, particularly when you’ve got the pace of Jamie Vardy to deal with.
He’ll once again be key to Rodgers’ plans and on Saturday. Vardy to score anytime and Leicester to win at 13/8 will increase your odds on the Foxes win, and is well worth backing.
Arsenal of course have their own dangermen and one of the biggest battles will come between Pierre Emerick-Aubamayang and Caglar Soyuncu, who is earning plenty of plaudits since stepping up to replace Harry Maguire.
He did well against Liverpool and it could be the difference between three points or not.
We can see this being a tough game form both sides and while at 13/8 looks good value for a Vardy goal and Leicester win, we’d also be tempted by 11/4 on the draw given Leicester’s form so far this season against the big six.