The North London outfit Arsenal failed again to deliver a win against Man City in the Premier League challenge on Saturday evening.
The Mikel Arteta men feel 1-0 despite pulling an impressive performance in the game and that has created more concerns about the stance of the North London outfit in their ranking against big teams.
It has been observed that the North London outfit keeps the worst Premier League record among the big sides as they have not won a single away game against any of the top six teams since February 2015.
- Transfer: Arsenal to hold final showdown talks with Ozil
- Arsenal: Mesut Ozil social media activity gets everyone talking except Mikel Arteta
- Liverpool set to win bid for free agent
It is suggested that this record is still working against the club and the Gunners are still helpless in doing away with it.
Pundits have hailed the North London outfit as being a better and improved team with a new manager and a better squad but that has yet to bring an end to the defeats against big sides in the Premier League.
It has been argued that the bad results against big sides in away games keep reducing the chances of the team in securing a top-four spot for a Champions League qualification.
However, the target of the Gunners boss, Mikel Arteta is to break the jinx this season and ensure a Champions League finding for the club.
How Arsene Wenger almost hurt Arsenal
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he almost hurt the club in 2007 by dumping the job as he was unhappy with one of the decisions made at that time.
The legendary Frech manager revealed that he almost dumped the North London outfit in 2007 when his close pal, David Dein was sacked by the club because he felt torn and it was almost unbearable for him.
He revealed that he held a similar discussion with David Dein but he was told to stay at the club as they were very close and were loyal to each other.
- How Aubameyang influenced Thomas Partey’s Arsenal decision
- Mikel Arteta delivers damning Thomas Partey news
- Arsenal target prefers Man United move
Explaining that the decision of the club to sack David Dein was a result of the Emirates Stadium that was being built but it was a difficult reality to bear with.
Arsene Wenger insists that his leaving Arsenal would have hurt the club badly because he was highly needed at that time to help the team as he was also attracting interests from Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain.
However, the legendary French boss retired at the Emirates Stadium in 2018 to be the most successful manager in the Gunners history after a 20-year reign, winning the Premier League and the FA Cup titles.
Revealed!!! Why Arsenal were at Chelsea some weeks ago
It has been revealed that the English Premier League outfit Arsenal were at Chelsea to negotiate with Italian midfielder Jorginho some weeks ago during the summer transfer window.
The North London outfit were in need of a midfielder and were finding it difficult to negotiate a deal with their top target, Houssem Aouar as the French Ligue 1 outfit Lyon were keen on a fee they could not pay.
The former Napoli star, Jorginho was a target for the Gunners and he has hinted that he held negotiation with the club but he failed to agree on a move as he was more interested in staying with the Blues team.
- Who Arsenal Want To Sign As Aouar Replacement In January Revealed
- An agreement reached for Jadon Sancho
- Lionel Messi told why he must avoid the English Premier League
He stated that every player is opened to negotiation, as he hinted there were talks over a move but a decision was made to that he remain at Stamford Bridge.
The 28-year-old was linked away from Chelsea during the summer transfer window as he was obviously unsettled at the club but that is past now as he declared that he is now happy to stay.
However, the North London outfit secured the signature of Ghanaian international, Thomas Partey from Spanish La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid on the summer transfer deadline day.
Will Partey start? Predicted Arsenal starting XI against Leicester City
After securing a 2-1 win over Rapid Wien in the Europa League on Thursday last week, Arsenal will retune for a Premier League challenge against Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday night.
The North London outfit were helped by goals from David Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to come from behind to steal a win away from home.
Now that the Mikel Arteta team is back, the 3-4-3 formation is expected to be continued with Bernd Leno behind the sticks.
However, Hector Bellerin is expected to retune to the team after his position was handled by Cedric Soares in the Europa League game with Bukayo Saka also at the left-wing.
- EPL: Arsenal in search of a goalkeeper
- Barcelona to sign Arsenal star but must meet this condition
- Arteta ready to snub £30m to keep this player
The presence of Gabriel Magalhaes is not negotiable in the team and he could pair with David Luiz and Kieran Tierney at the back.
At the midfield, Thomas Partey is expected to have his first start in the Premier League after Mikel Arteta claimed that he is ready and we could see him pair with Dani Ceballos and Granit Xhaka.
Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will also lead the attack to give Mikel Arteta a formidable team against the Foxes.
See full predicted Arsenal Starting XI: Bernd Leno, Hector Bellerin, David Luiz, Gabriel Magalhaes, Kieran Tierney, Bukayo Saka, Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka, Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.