Finish: What are Arsenal’s chances of beating the high riding Leicester City, when the two sides meet this weekend? I for one, fancy the Arsenal’s chances quite highly. I know I’m going against the bookies and common sense picking Arsenal to get anything from this game. Arsenal being Arsenal are capable of doing anything, especially when everyone is counting them out. I see a very good scoreline in favour of Arsenal something that will sadden many people .
Finish: After beating Leicester as always the hopes for a top four finish will be rekindled only to lose our next game and come back crashing to reality.
Collen: Arsenal are likely to concede, keeping a clean-sheet is too much to ask for Unai Emery’s side. Whereas Leicester are now good at defending coupled with keeping the ball to dictate the pace at which the games is played. If the game plan is to catch Leicester on the counter this could succeed. They are now playing an expansive brand of football, with defenders venturing forward and they can be had. As with games vs teams with a lack of depth, there are always chances to come from mistakes. Easy give aways, penalties and lapses in concentration. Leicester defend better at home,unlike Arsenal, who struggle away.
Finish: I don’t see Arsenal containing or maintaining Leicester’s speedy of play. Arsenal can attempt to hit Leicester on the counter for Ricardo and Chilwell enjoy going forward too much this will present a good opportunity for the Arsenal attackers.
If Arsenal is to win that gonna be a 2-1 .
Collen: The match will be a critical battle for top four contention. A victory in this game will surely go a long way in giving the victor some level of comfort in the race for Champions League football.
Finish: Arsenal and Unai Emery can not afford to lose the match, many articles have been written alluding to the fact that Emery maybe fired if he loses at the King Power stadium. While others suggest the Arsenal hierarchy would be willing to give him time to turn things around, as they would like to avoid being a Manchester United.
Collen: Liverpool v Manchester City is the clash of the weekend, but Leicester v Arsenal is hands down number two this game week.
By Finish Muchapedza & Collen Musemwa