" Arsenal vs Leicester City, Premier League: What time is the start today, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?

 What is that?

Arsenal host Leicester City in an expected match in the Premier League.


The match is on Sunday, October 25th.

What is kick-off time?

The game starts at 7:15 PM.

Which TV channel is it on?

This is one of the games of choice for the Sky Sports Box Office, which means you will have to pay £ 14.95 to get the privilege. You can purchase the match from your Sky remote control or through their website. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and go back to follow up all actions with our tactical expert JJ Bull on the live blog and keep your wallet closed.

What is the team news?

Arsenal, Don Danny Ceballos (ankle injury) and Willian (calf), fought to win the European League on Thursday over Rapid Vienna, and they will both undergo fitness tests. Defender Shkodran Mustafa was on the bench for that match as he continued to recover from a serious hamstring injury. The other long-term absentees, Callum Chambers and Pablo Marie are close to returning to full training with Gabriel Martinelli expected before the end of the year. The impressive signing impressed Thomas Party in Vienna and played the 90 minutes, but it remains to be seen whether Mikel Arteta will ask him to return on Sunday.

There is potential momentum for Leicester, with Brendan Rodgers indicating that Jimmy Vardy was set to return to training on Friday with the goal of starting in the Emirates. Fardi missed Leicester's loss at home to Aston Villa due to a calf problem. Major absentees Ricardo Pereira, Wilfried Ndidi and Caglar Sojonko face long periods at the treatment table.

What are the odds?

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Arsenal 11/10

Leicester 3/1

Draw 14/5

What is our expectation?

Arsenal struggled to create opportunities and generate shots despite defensive improvements. Leicester appears to prefer playing away from home and has a guardian threat to serve up for a quick breakfast. It's hard to call us, but we are looking to open Arsenal a little more than they did against Manchester City next week and that might mean achieving goals.

Referee: Arsenal 3 Leicester 2

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