Leicester and Arsenal will both be looking to get back on track this weekend when they meet at the King Power Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Foxes bounced back from a shock loss at home to Newcastle to steal a point away against West Ham on Saturday thanks to Harvey Barnes' 92nd minute equaliser, but will want to snap their two-game winless run to end the season on a high.
The Gunners' recent form is no better, following up an impressive win away at Napoli with two straight losses against Crystal Palace and Wolves - conceding six goals in the process.
Where to Watch
|When is Kick Off?||Sunday 28 April|
|What Time is Kick Off?||12:00 (BST)|
|Where is it Played?||King Power Stadium|
|TV Channel/Live Stream?||Sky Sports Main Event|
Since Brendan Rodgers took over, the Leicester side has had a fairly settled feel to it. Jamie Vardy, who frequently cut a disgruntled figure under former boss Claude Puel, seems back to his clinical, goal-poaching best, and will undoubtedly be looking forward to add another goal to his impressive record of six in eight against the Gunners.
Perhaps the only area of real contention lays in midfield, where Harvey Barnes may look to wrest his place back from Marc Albrighton after the striking late to rescue a point on Saturday.
Unai Emery, by comparison, is clearly a firm believer in squad rotation, particularly when navigating between Europa League and Premier League fixtures.
The Gunners' recent defensive frailties have been clear for all to see, having conceded three goals in consecutive games against Palace and Wolves. These recent issues, combined with Vardy's penchant for scoring against his side, may result in Emery fielding a back five, with three centre-backs and two wing-backs.
|Leicester City||Schmeichel; Pereira, Evans, Maguire, Chilwell; Ndidi, Tielemans, Maddison, Barnes, Gray; Vardy.|
|Arsenal||Leno; Mustafi, Koscielny, Sokratis, Kolasinac, Maitland-Niles; Torreira, Guendouzi, Xhaka; Iwobi, Lacazette.|
Head to Head Record
This will make for worrying reading to Arsenal fans, particularly when considered alongside their team's dismal away record this season, which has seen them win on the road only six times in the Premier League.
That being said, recent history is still firmly on the side of the Gunners, who have only lost once in the previous seven encounters. A Mesut Ozil masterclass helped last time out, when the mercurial playmaker orchestrated one of the goals of the season.
Arsenal's recent run of results is indicative of their season as a whole; every time they seem to put themselves in a commanding position, they slip up. Unai Emery will be looking to muster a response from his men from now until the end of the season, as the Gunners aim to qualify for the top four and win the Europa League.
Here's a full breakdown of both side's previous five results.
|West Ham 2-2 Leicester||Wolves 3-1 Arsenal|
|Leicester 0-1 Newcastle||Arsenal 2-3 Crystal Palace|
|Huddersfield 1-4 Leicester||Napoli 0-1 Arsenal|
|Leicester 2-0 Bournemouth||Watford 0-1 Arsenal|
|Burnley 1-2 Leicester||Arsenal 2-0 Napoli|