Arsenal v Leicester: Gunners can shut out Foxes at the Emirates

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The Premier League is finally back and it kicks off at the Emirates as Arsenal host Leicester City on Friday night.

Both sides lost their opening fixture last term and went on to have disappointing league campaigns, which means they’ll be especially keen to get an early win on the board.

Arsenal have won each of their last six home fixtures against the Foxes and we’ve got them at 4/9 to extend that run to seven games.

The Arsenal fans will be looking forward to seeing record signing Alexandre Lacazette in action and the France international is 14/5 to be First Goal Scorer.

Alexis Sanchez has been ruled out though, which will give Leicester plenty of encouragement.

The Foxes have made a number of new signings themselves and are 5/1 to win, with the draw priced at 13/4.

Kelechi Iheanacho impressed with his brief playing time at Manchester City. Can the £25m striker push on with regular starts? He’s 14/5 as an Anytime Goalscorer.

It could be wise to back Under 1.5 Total Goals at 15/4 too, as there was only one goal in the two league meetings between these sides last season.

Even without Sanchez, Arsenal have looked in good shape in pre-season and we think it could be worth backing them To Win to Nil at 9/5.

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