Arsenal take on Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday night hoping to end their away woes.
The Gunners have failed to accumulate a single away point since the turn of the year and Arsene Wenger will be aiming to end this unwanted record before his managerial reign concludes next month.
Petr Cech was entrusted with the goalkeeping duties against Burnley last week and he managed to come out of the game with just his second clean sheet. He should start between the sticks on Wednesday.
In defence, Wenger may not want to tinker with his winning combination and hence we are backing the backline to remain unchanged.
As such, Hector Bellerin and Sead Kolasinac should slot into the right and left-back positions with Calum Chambers and Konstantinos Mavropanos maintaining their impressive partnership in the central defence.
Onto the midfield, Granit Xhaka is likely to retain his regular role in the centre of the park and we are anticipating him to feature alongside Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere, though the former may play in a slightly advanced role.
In front of them, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should slot into the right and left side of the attack respectively with Alexandre Lacazette leading the line against the Foxes.
Arsenal have rarely played out low-scoring games against Leicester and the game is likely to involve goals from either side. Regardless of this, the Gunners should fancy ending their woeful away streak in 2018.
Arsenal 3-1 Leicester City
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