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The duo have been woeful in the top-flight recently and with no certainty of a clear winner, they’ll have a go at each other.

Leicester City welcome Arsenal to the King Power Stadium on Wednesday night in what would be Arsene Wenger’s penultimate Premier League game as Gunners boss.

The Foxes might have been guaranteed survival but they have been getting uninspiring results lately. Last Saturday’s embarrassing 2-0 defeat at home to West Ham United was their fourth league loss in six games and coming up against a strong Gunners side makes them underdogs at odds of (3.55) with Bet9ja -

After bowing out of the Europa League semi-finals to Atletico Madrid, the Gunners responded by giving Arsene Wenger a fine result in his final league match at the Emirates Stadium with a 5-0 bashing of Burnley.

With a place in Europe’s second tier competition sealed for next season, this fixture is for nothing other than pride but they remain the favourites to win in East Midlands at (1.98)

The same betting firm quotes odds of (3.80) for a draw at the end of 90 minutes.

Since winning their first Premier League match against Arsenal in November 1994, Leicester have failed to win any of their subsequent 22 meetings with the north Londoners, losing 15 times and drawing seven.

Considering their recent poor form, Wenger’s men are (1.28) to avoid losing at the King Power. Arsenal have however struggled on the road in 2018 and are the only side yet to pick a point away from home.

Claude Puel’s men meanwhile have not been able to score in their last three home games but punters who are confident can back both sides to score at a certain outcome of (1.47)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette have proved to be a formidable force in the Arsenal attack having had a hand in 21 goals in their last 20 games in all competitions.

Bet9ja tips both men to score anytime at (1.91) and (2.20) respectively.