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Next up for both sides is a trip to Burnley. Leicester head to Turf Moor on Wednesday with Arsenal following suit next weekend.
Arsenal claim only their second-ever Premier League victory at the King Power Stadium after coming from behind to beat Leicester City 3-1. The Foxes took an early lead through Youri Tielemans, but goals from David Luiz and Alexandre Lacazette completed the turnaround before the break. The Gunners then sealed the points in the second half through Nicolas Pepe.
FULL-TIME: LEICESTER CITY 1-3 ARSENAL
CHANCE! Leicester launch a late rally and a corner reaches Iheanacho at the far post. However, he fires well over the bar from a tight angle.
Tierney is booked for a foul on Vardy.
We are into the second of seven additional minutes at the end of this game. Barring a miraculous sequence of events, the points will be Arsenal's.
Pepe is back out there for the Gunners as we enter the dying moments of the contest.
Pepe is in need of attention following a clash of knees with Soyuncu. The Ivorian appears to have suffered a dead leg as he limps to the touchline.
JUST WIDE! Cutting inside from the left, Aubameyang goes for goal from the edge of the penalty area. His shot whistles just the wrong side of the far post.
Time is not really on his side here, but could Aubameyang continue his impressive goalscoring record on a Sunday? The skipper has found the net 38 times in 50 Premier League appearances on a Sunday; 14 more than he has managed on all the other days of the week combined.
A change for the Gunners with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replacing Lacazette.
Not a bad effort! An Arsenal corner is only cleared as far as Tierney, who unleashes a fierce volley that flashes just wide of the far post. It was great technique from the former Celtic man, but just off-target.
Good challenge! Following a loose ball, Pepe looks to counter for Arsenal. The Ivorian gets to the edge of the area, where a well-timed Amartey tackle stops him in his tracks on this occasion.
Arsenal going through the motions as the clock ticks down. They are comfortable in possession and quick to snuff out Leicester whenever they have the ball.
Vardy may have an impressive record against Arsenal, but he has struggled in front of goal lately. In fact, the number nine has netted just once in his last 11 appearances.
We are heading towards the final quarter of an hour at the King Power, where Arsenal still hold a two-goal advantage over a lacklustre Leicester. Can the Foxes find a way back or will the Gunners hold out for the spoils?
GET OUT OF THE WAY! Leicester look to rally and a low cross from the right finds an unmarked Albrighton at the far post. There is plenty of power in the substitute's effort, but it hits the back of Vardy and bounces away to safety.
Tielemans goes into the book as Leicester's frustrations are evident.
It has been a difficult day for Leicester. Already 3-1 down and with the likes of Maddison, Praet, Perez and Fofana already on the injury list, the last thing they would have wanted are further concerns for Barnes and Evans.
Another concern for Leicester as Evans goes off to be replaced by Daniel Amartey.
So far, Vardy has endured a frustrating day against the side that he tends to do so well against. In fact, Leicester's leading marksman has found the net 11 times in 12 Premier League appearances against the Gunners; a tally only bettered by Wayne Rooney.
A change for the Gunners with Thomas Partey replacing Elneny.
Leicester look to respond with Iheanacho's through ball seeking out the run of Vardy. However, Mari tracks him all the way and makes an important intervention.
Should Arsenal go on to see this out, they would become only the second team to beat Leicester twice at the King Power in the same season. The Gunners won 2-0 here in the Carabao Cup earlier this term.
We are into the final half an hour at the King Power, where Arsenal have come from behind to stamp their authority on this contest. Can they hold on for only a second Premier League victory on this ground?
Relief for Luiz and Arsenal as the defender makes his way back onto the pitch.
A concern for Luiz, who signals to the referee that he is in need of attention. The defender appears to be suffering the after-effects following a strong header away from goal. He makes his way to the touchline after receiving the required medical attention.
A devastating counter by Arsenal puts them in dreamland at the King Power. They still have time on their side, but it appears to be a long way back for Leicester from here.
PEPE!!! 3-1 ARSENAL! His performance has deserved a goal and he has one! The Gunners hit Leicester on the counter after winning possession on the halfway line and breaking with pace and power. Pepe and Odegaard combine before Willian squeezes the ball past Schmeichel and into the six-yard box, where the unmarked Ivorian has a tap-in.
Barnes is carried off an a stretcher, with Cengiz Under coming on in his place.
To Arsenal's credit, they responded well to falling behind early and thoroughly deserve their lead at the midway point in this contest. The Foxes must respond at the restart if they are to avoid back-to-back defeats on home soil.
This looks worrying for Barnes, whose left leg has been placed in a protective boot. Hopefully, it is nothing too serious for the winger.
Two goals right at the end of the first half have turned this match on its head! Leicester took an early lead at the King Power Stadium through Youri Tielemans, but David Luiz's header followed by an Alexandre Lacazette stoppage-time penalty have put the Gunners in the ascendancy at the break.
HALF-TIME: LEICESTER CITY 1-2 ARSENAL
A real concern for Leicester as Barnes stays down after appearing to overstretch when attempting to cut out an Arsenal pass. The winger appears to be in some distress.
LACAZETTE!!! 2-1 ARSENAL! The Gunners have turned it around! The skipper steps up to the spot and calmly sends Schmeichel the wrong way.
Arsenal get the ball rolling again in the second half.
Leicester make a change at the break with Marc Albrighton replacing Thomas, who was on a yellow card.
PENALTY TO ARSENAL! Pepe's effort is blocked by the raised arm of Ndidi. Following a consultation with VAR and his pitchside monitor, the referee points to the spot. That was irresponsible by the Leicester midfielder in all fairness.
Today, Arsenal are aiming to avoid a third consecutive Premier League defeat away from the Emirates. The last time they endured such a run was in February 2019.
Smith Rowe is unable to continue for Arsenal. He goes off to be replaced by Martin Odegaard.
The two Brazilians combine to bring Arsenal level. That was only the Gunners' second league goal at the King Power in four visits.
Willian did well to pick out Luiz, who levels matters.
DAVID LUIZ!!! 1-1! Arsenal are level! From the resulting free-kick, Luiz loses his marker to meet Willian's delivery and guide a header beyond the dive of Schmeichel.
Thomas receives the first yellow card of the game for a foul on Pepe.
After cutting in from the right and onto his left foot, Iheanacho lets fly with an ambitious effort from distance. However, it is straight down the throat of Leno.
Arsenal have enjoyed just one win in their last seven league visits to this ground. That victory came courtesy of a 5-2 success during the 2015-16 season. Ironically, that was the only defeat suffered on home soil that campaign by Leicester, who went on to lift the Premier League title.
Relief for the Foxes as Evans recovers and quickly retakes his place in the heart of defence.
There is a slight concern for Leicester as Evans stays down following an accidental collision with Ndidi. The centre-half winces as he makes his way to the touchline, but should be fine to continue.
Arsenal have lost in each of their last three Premier League games at the King Power Stadium; scoring just once along the way. In fact, they have received more red cards during that span with two.
The Gunners continue to threaten and the ball is nicely worked to Willian on the edge of the box. However, the Brazilian drags his shot wide of the target.
Good block! Following a neat move by Arsenal, Tierney's low cross is met at the far post by Pepe, whose first-time shot is well-blocked by a sliding Thomas.
One of Leicester's most impressive performers this season, Barnes is aiming to find the net for the third Premier League game in a row. The winger was also on target in the victories over Liverpool and Aston Villa.
Good effort! Following a quiet start to this game, Barnes bursts into life as he comes in from the left wing before unleashing a powerful strike from distance. There is plenty of ferocity and accuracy in his effort, which Leno is forced to punch to safety.
Operating in the number 10 role, Iheanacho embarks on a driving run towards the Arsenal penalty area. He then clips the ball towards the far post looking for Vardy, but there is just too much height in his delivery and it goes behind for a goal-kick.
Arsenal will be buoyed by their Europa League win over Benfica on Thursday. However, they have lost six of their last seven Premier League games played immediately following a continental fixture this season.
That was a big let-off for Leicester, who could have been pegged back had the original decision stood. Arsenal were unable to make the most of the free-kick scenario, but are enjoying plenty of possession.
PENALTY TO ARSENAL! Tielemans goes from hero to villain in the space of six minutes as he trips Pepe in the box. The referee has no choice but to point to the spot. But wait, we're going to VAR...
Leicester lead courtesy of Tielemans' first league goal at the King Power since October 2019. Can they press home their advantage here?
Leicester almost in again! Almost a nightmare for Leno, whose attempted pass was blocked by Vardy. Thankfully, the ball runs straight into the grateful arms of the Gunners goalkeeper, who breathes a huge sigh of belief.
TIELEMANS!!! 1-0 LEICESTER! The Foxes lead at the King Power! Picking up the ball on the right wing, Tielemans is allowed far too much space and time to run into the area, before drilling a low shot across the face of Leno and into the far corner.
Both sides still settling into their rhythm in these early stages. There have already been a few misplaced passes and the number of changes to the starting line-ups from midweek is evident.
The Foxes have suffered just one defeat in their last 11 Premier League games. Extending that impressive streak here would lift them to second place in the table behind runaway leaders Manchester City.
Referee Paul Tierney blows his whistle and Leicester get the match underway.
The players are coming out onto the pitch and kick-off is fast approaching.
Leicester have won four of their last six Premier League meetings with Arsenal - one more than in their previous 36.
There are no fresh injury concerns for Mikel Arteta, who makes six alterations following Thursday's Europa League win over Benfica. Alexandre Lacazette returns at the spearhead of attack to captain the side, while he will receive support from Nicolas Pepe and Willian on the wings. Cedric and Pablo Mari come into defence as Mohamed Elneny returns to partner Granit Xhaka in midfield.
Brendan Rodgers makes four changes to the Leicester side that were eliminated from the Europa League by Slavia Prague in midweek. Timothy Castagne, Ricardo Pereira, Harvey Barnes and Kelechi Iheanacho all return to the starting line-up. James Maddison, Ayoze Perez, Dennis Praet, Wesley Fofana and Wes Morgan are absent through injury.
SUBS: Mathew Ryan, Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin, Thomas Partey, Dani Ceballos, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
ARSENAL (4-2-3-1): Bernd Leno; Cedric, David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Kieran Tierney; Granit Xhaka, Mohamed Elneny; Nicolas Pepe, Emile Smith Rowe, Willian; Alexandre Lacazette (captain).
SUBS: Danny Ward, Vontae Daley-Campbell, Daniel Amartey, Christian Fuchs, Marc Albrighton, Hamza Choudhury, Nampalys Mendy, Sidnei Tavares, Cengiz Under.