Arsenal vs Leicester City LIVE Football Score 13 Mar 2022
About the match
Arsenal is going head to head with Leicester City starting on 13 Mar 2022 at 16:30 UTC at Emirates Stadium stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
Arsenal will aim to consolidate their hold on fourth spot in the Premier League table when Leicester City visit the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Mikel Arteta’s side survived a scare to overcome Watford 3-2 last time out, while the Foxes arrive having claimed a 2-0 advantage in the first leg of their Europa Conference League last-16 tie with Rennes
The goal of the day award may have been deservedly claimed by Watford’s Cucho Hernandez, but Arsenal’s young prospects came up with three eye-catching strikes of their own to propel themselves into fourth place after a five-goal thriller at Vicarage Road.
- Arsenal won the reverse fixture 2-0 and are looking to complete a league double over Leicester for the first time in six seasons.
- However, Leicester could win back-to-back away league games against the Gunners for the first time. Last season’s 1-0 victory ended their 23-match winless league run away to Arsenal.
- Arsenal have won eight of their past 10 games in the Premier League (D1, L1).
- The 25 points they have accrued during that period is the joint-most in the division, alongside Manchester City.
- The Gunners could become the first team to win five consecutive Premier League matches by a one-goal margin since Birmingham City in November and December 2009.
- Mikel Arteta’s side have scored 22 Premier League goals by players aged 21 or under this season, twice as many as next-best Crystal Palace.
- Bukayo Saka has been directly involved in nine goals in Arsenal’s last 10 league games, scoring six and setting up three.
- Leicester have won successive league matches for just the second time this season, keeping consecutive clean sheets for the first time in 13 months.
- They haven’t earned three Premier League wins in a row since January 2021.
- Victory at Burnley in their most recent away fixture ended a run of four straight league defeats, and no win in six, on the road.
- Patson Daka failed to score in 12 of his 13 away appearances for Leicester in all competitions. The exception was his four-goal haul in a 4-3 win at Spartak Moscow in the Europa League in October.
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