Leicester vs Arsenal Predictions & Betting Odds – 9th November 2019

Foxes can impress against the Gunners

Leicester vs Arsenal Betting Tips – Premier League, 9th November 5.30pm

Leicester have impressed this season and they have taken five wins in their last six league games. Another three points and they would open up a massive nine-point lead over Arsenal. The Gunners are once again struggling with consistency having only taken one victory in their last five league outings. Can they survive the trip to the King Power? Read our predictions for Leicester vs Arsenal.

Leicester vs Arsenal Betting Odds*

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19/20 13/5 13/5

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Leicester News and Form – Can the Foxes get the better of Arsenal?

Leicester secured a 2-0 win at Crystal Palace last weekend, which was a very good result. They didn’t let any complacency creep into their mentality after having hit the highs of putting nine goals past Southampton in their previous game. So that says a lot about where Leicester are currently at. It was a clean sheet win that they took at Selhurst Park as well.

Leicester To Win to Nil


It gave Leicester their third straight league win and it has been five wins in their last six. So they are in great form at the moment and have also taken a clean sheet in all but one of their last four wins. Leicester have laid down some impressive form at the King Power as well this season, having taken a W4 D1 record there. They are currently on a four-match winning streak on home soil, scoring at least two goals in each of their last four at home.

Leicester average 2.5 goals per home game this season, while they have only conceded three times so far in this home campaign (two clean sheets). Of the seven league wins that they have earned this season home and away, four of them have been by a margin of at least two goals. The Foxes are on a six-match scoring streak in the league in total. Three-quarters of the goals that they have conceded this season have been in the first half of matches. Leicester have only opened the scoring in 2 of their 5 home games.

Leicester vs Arsenal Head to Head

The two traded home wins last season
Six of the last seven league meetings have produced a home win (D1)
Each of the last four league meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Leicester have conceded one goal in their last three home games against the Gunners

Key-Facts – Leicester vs Arsenal

  • The Gunners have won two of their last eight away games
  • The Foxes are on a four match winning streak at home
  • Arsenal have one clean sheet in their last ten league games


Arsenal News and Form – Can Arsenal win at the King Power?

The Gunners have failed to land any consistency this season in the Premier League. It has been two wins from their last nine top-flight games (D5 L2). The Gunners have struggled for consistency this season and have managed only two wins in their last nine league outings (D5 L2). Their only away win happened with a success at Newcastle on the opening weekend of the season. Arsenal are D2 L2 on their travels since then.

In their last away game, Arsenal had a major setback in a 1-0 loss at Sheffield United. The Gunners have managed one clean sheet in their last ten league games now. Even though they have plenty of scoring power, the Londoners have averaged only one goal per away game in this campaign. They have also been trailing at the break in three of their five away games.

All of Arsenal’s league wins this season have been by a one-goal margin (home and away combined). Arsenal have only managed to score more than one goal in just one of their last five league games now. Defender David Luiz has scored half of Arsenals’ last four league goals. Stretching back their form to last season, Arsenal have taken two wins in their last eight Premier League away games.

Leicester vs Arsenal Tips & Odds

Under 2.5 goals at 11/8
Home win at 19/20
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 6th, 2019 at 3:53 p.m.)

Leicester vs Arsenal Predictions

Leicester to win: Leicester’s win at Crystal Palace last weekend showed great character and consistency after having put nine past Southampton in their previous game. They was not a hint of complacency and they are good enough to take apart a poor Arsenal defence. Home win.