Unai Emery takes his Arsenal side to the King Power Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday needing a victory to boost morale in north London ahead of a vital few weeks.
Coming off a run of three defeats in four in the league, they face Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City knowing that a rare away three points would boost their chances of squeezing back into the top four with Manchester United and Chelsea also facing off later on the same day at Old Trafford.
Using the above graphic, we have predicted how the Gunners will line up in the East Midlands in their quest for only their second league away triumph since early February.
We’re sure Emery would have loved to have been able to make tonnes of changes from the shambolic performance that saw his side defeated 3-1 by Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday evening.
However, with Aaron Ramsey still out of action and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang only fit enough to just return to the squad, he doesn’t have that luxury.
But he can freshen things up in the left-back position in the wake of a difficult night for Nacho Monreal in midweek, replacing him with Sead Kolasinac.
This is why we believe that Emery will make just one change to the Xl that took to the field at Molineux, Kolasinac in for Monreal, and not alter his 4-2-3-1 formation on Sunday.