Leicester City eager to spoil Wenger's farewell, says Morgan

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The Foxes remain in 9th position, but Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, and Watford are all just three points behind them.

Leicester have struggled to close the season. Meanwhile, Leicester have failed to win their last six home games in the league and have lost to both Newcastle and West Ham since the start of April. "We're here to win games and we're here to perform", defender Morgan added. The duo have combined for 27 goals this season.

With his two decade long reign as Arsenal manager due to end at the conclusion of the current football season, Arsene Wenger now faces the dilemma of whether to continue as manager or accept an offer from French giants Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

Arsenal players are reported to be losing patience with top earner Mesut Ozil after it was confirmed the Germany global is to be ruled out for the remainder of the Premier League campaign.

Admittedly it has been Arsenal's away form that has let them down this season. The Gunners have won only three away games and have only 14 points on the road.


The visitors came out a better team in the second half and after eight minutes found a way back into the contest. Only Alexandre Lacazette has score more goals for the Gunners.

And in his first appearance against his former club, the Chilean was heavily involved in the opening goal on 16 minutes.

The Arsenal boss, in his pre-match press conference, provided an update on some injuries focusing largely on Cazorla, who the fans might want to see in action after recently returning to first-team training for the first time since October 2016. Live streaming is available on NBC Sports Gold, which you can access with a subscription.

Arsenal's Rob Holding (right) and Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez (left) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.

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