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Full Time – Leicester City 1-1 Arsenal.
Oh soo nearly 3 points! But this feels like a win! Proud Leicester Fan Tonight!!
Alexis Sanchez opens the scoring for Arsenal then just 2 minutes later Leonardo Ulloa scores the equalizer which means The Foxes go into the International Break with 2 points
BBC Radio MOM Is.. Leonardo Ulloa!
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85min - BOOKED! Now Hammond is booked as he treads on Ramsey’s foot trying to play the ball.
84min - BOOKED! Marc Albrighton is booked for an attempt at a trip.
Corner To Arsenal comes to nothing… Drops to Vardy.. Goes Past One. Plays A one two with Nugent.. OH VARDYYY!! Saved! Can We Do It?!
80min: Isn’t that the way? Arsenal have made all their changes and seconds later Ozil trudges off to the touchline with a leg injury. The German international is receiving treatment as the Gunners for the moment at least go down to 10 men
75min – Arsenal Sub
75min – Leicester City Sub
Danny Drinkwater (ON)
Leonardo Ulloa (OFF)
70min – Leicester City Sub
Jamie Vardy (ON)
Jeff Schlupp (OFF)
64min – Leicester City Sub
Marc Albrighton (ON)
Riyad Mahez (OFF)
62min: This has been a brilliant game. Mahrez gives Sanchez a ‘get on the weights’ message as he shrugs off the Arsenal forward on the touchline, before scampering down the right.
Eventually the ball is worked across the 18-yard box where Arsenal defenders block a shot on goal from Nugent.
- 57min: Now it’s Arsenal with the big chances – two of them. First Aaraon Ramsey heads straight at Schmeichel when in acres of space, before Sanogo fires point blank straight at Schmeichel after running on to a long ball.
55 min CHANCE! ULLOA!! – Only the side netting!! Ohh i could see the headlines then!
49min: Should that be a penalty for Arsenal? Cazorla definitely has his ankle trod on by Dean Hammond, but the referee waves play on as the Spaniard took to the turf.
46min: Nugent took 10 seconds in the first half to get involved, and he is just as alert at the start of the second period. The striker runs into the box to meet a header
Here they come. No changes for either side by the looks of it.
5 – Wes Morgan made five first-half blocks against Arsenal, the same number as all other players combined. Obstacle.
Half Time – Leicester City 1-1 Arsenal.
Alexis Sanchez opens the scoring for Arsenal then just 2 minutes later Leonardo Ulloa scores the equalizer which means The Foxes go into the break level.
45+3min – Schlupp misplaces a pass with Nugent on goal
45+2min – Mahez Shoots on target!
45min: There will be four added minutes at Leicester – the Foxes ending on the front foot and a very vocal home crowd behind them.
42 min - Free Kick To Leicester! The delivery into the box is cleared though so no more controversy will follow from that particular play.
40min - Play has once again evened out, with the Foxes now starting to see more of the ball.
Arsenal are happy to play on the counter attack at this stage
36min – Corner To Leicester! – Liam Moore Goes Down! No Penalty! Corner To Leicester Liam Moore Goes Close! Another Corner ! Clear By Arsenal!
34min – Free Kick! Straight at the wall! Free kick to Leicester! Foul on Ritchie De Laet!
29min - Corner to arsenal – Straight at Kasper!
28 min – The work rate of this Leicester team is fantastic.
27min - Dave Nugent is almost in for Leicester but Calum Chambers stops him in his tracks with a cracking tackle. Good game again on our hands here.
26min: Koscielny’s (OFF)
Calum Chambers (ON)
Some eyebrows were raised when Leicester spent £8m on Brighton striker Leo Ulloa, but two in two home games so far suggest he may prove to be a shrewd investment.
21min GOAAAL – Leicester City 1-1 Arsenal – ULLOAA!!
Boom! Pick that one out! A cracking centre-forward’s header from Leo Ulloa, ghosting in behind Laurent Koscielny to meet Jeff Schlupp’s left-wing cross with a thumping finish. Just as they did against Everton, Leicester respond to going behind with an instant response from their £8m man.
19min – GOAL – Leicester City 0-1 Arsenal – Sanchez!
The pressure was from Leicester but the class is from Arsenal. Cazorla’s chipped 10 yard pass into the box finds an onside and unmarked Sanogo.
18 min – CLOSE! Riyad Mahez Nearly Scores!! Cmon Leicester!
11min – CLOSE! – Aaron Ramsey takes aim from 25 yards, Liam Moore closes him down superbly and deflects the ball away for a corner. Arsenal keeping the pressure on. CORNER – Ulloa heads clear! Schlupp and Koscielny Clash heads.
10min – Arsenal moving the ball well at a good pace in midfield, Leicester working very hard to keep them under pressure. The pattern is set.
8min- Leicester in fact have looked much better in possession, with Ritchie de Laet’s cross met by Leonardo Ulloa, but the striker’s header is too weak to trouble Wojciech Szczesny in the Arsenal goal.
5min – CHANCE!The first shot comes from Arsenal though, although we will see better today, as Santi Cazorla’s low effort from 25 yards just about has enough power to reach the gloves of Kasper Schmeichel.
4 min - CHANCE! Arsenal launch their first counter attack but Yaya Sanogo’s first touch is...well...not very good. Leicester clear their lines.
16:00 And we are underway at the King Power Stadium.. Here We GO!
15:56pm – 16 – Leicester City have scored at least once in each of their last 16 league games at home. Gunning.
15:51pm – Arsenal Team is worth £130Milion!
15:46pm - However, Leicester had the best home record in the Championship last season, winning 17 of their 23 fixtures and only losing twice. They also averaged two goals per game at the King Power Stadium.
15:45pm – Last time Arsenal played in Leicester, Craig Hignett was the toast of the town, converting a last-minute equaliser in a 1-1 draw in December 2003.
15:43pm – Kasper Schmeichel made eight saves against Chelsea, more than any player in a Premier League game this season (prior to this weekend).
15:41pm Team News – Leicester v Arsenal (16:00 BST)
Former Inter Milan midfielder Esteban Cambiasso starts his Leicester career on the bench after signing a one-year deal on Thursday. Manager Nigel Pearson sticks with the same line-up that started last Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Chelsea.
Yaya Sanogo starts up front for Arsenal as Arsene Wenger looks for the right attacking formula following the broken leg that has ruled out Olivier Giroud until January. Sanogo comes in from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with Alexis Sanchez retaining his place, while Aaron Ramsey returns from suspension to replace Jack Wilshere in midfield.
Leicester: Schmeichel, De Laet, Morgan, Moore, Konchesky, Mahrez, Hammond, King, Schlupp, Ulloa, Nugent. Subs: Cambiasso, Drinkwater, Vardy, Albrighton, Hamer, Wasilewski, Wood.
Arsenal: Szczesny, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Ramsey, Flamini, Sanchez, Ozil, Cazorla, Sanogo. Subs: Rosicky, Podolski, Wilshere, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Chambers, Martinez, Campbell.