Sunderland are now bottom of the Premier League and are without a win all season.
“Arsene Wenger can put Alexis Sanchez in goal and Petr Cech up front and Arsenal will still have a great team”.
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The Foxes have come from behind in their last four Barclays Premier League games to maintain their unbeaten start to the season – the only unblemished record remaining in the top flight.
The Football Association later rescinded Gabriel’s red card and handed a three-match ban to Costa for violent conduct after studying video footage of the match. “And we were unlucky to score an own goal”. They made 10 changes on Tuesday night against West Ham who made only three, and they had just beaten Manchester City away from home. Two teams low in confidence will clash at Anfield. “That was an unbelievable achievement, so it is surprising they have not won the league since”. Manuel Pellegrini’s men looked unstoppable until last week.
The Leicester manager’s only victory over Wenger came amid rumours that Sven-Göran Eriksson, then in charge of England, would replace him as Chelsea boss courtesy of a late Wayne Bridge victor at Highbury in the Champions League quarter-final second leg in 2004.
“To beat Arsenal we must do the flawless match, no mistakes”.
The Argentinian hitman may have only scored once in the league so far this season but Harry Kane is yet to get off the mark this term and is unlikely to get much joy out of City, who have only conceded in one game.
Claudio Ranieri is fostering something special at the King Power Stadium.
Manuel Pellegrini will be confident that his team can bounce back from the upset especially after another underwhelming performance in Europe against Juventus. Last season I was like that as well [performing well] but did not have the success, now this year I have scored.
Ranieri admires the strength of the Arsenal squad and expects a tough match against Arsene Wenger’s side.
They will be without injured midfielder Francis Coquelin for Saturday’s trip to Leicester, the only unbeaten team in the league.