Two sides who were both in Europa League action on Thursday night meet at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
Arsenal and Leicester have already played each other twice this season, once in the Carabao Cup and in the reverse Premier League fixture in North London.
When Leicester travelled to the Emirates in October they emerged with all three points thanks to a late Jamie Vardy strike.
A win will send the Foxes second in the table, at least until Manchester United play Chelsea later today.
Meanwhile, Arsenal will be looking to climb back into the top half of the table after just one win in their last five games.
What time is Leicester vs Arsenal?
Kick-off at the King Power Stadium is at 12pm.
Another match, a London derby between Crystal Palace and Fulham, also gets underway at midday.
Later in the day, Tottenham Hotspur play Burnley at 2pm, Chelsea welcome Man Utd to Stamford Bridge at 4.30pm and Liverpool go to bottom-of-the-table Sheffield United for the day's 7.15pm kick-off.
Leicester vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream
Leicester vs Arsenal is the only Premier League match on Sunday being shown by BT Sport.
BT Sport 1 is the channel to turn to, with coverage starting at 11.30am.
Those with subscriptions can also watch the match on the BT Sport app.
The other 12pm kick-off between Crystal Palace and Fulham will be shown on BBC One, while Sunday's three remaining fixtures will be on Sky Sports.
Leicester vs Arsenal odds
Leicester go into this game as the favourites at 6/4with Betfred while Arsenal are 19/10.
The Foxes have won four of the last six Premier League matches against the Gunners while Mikel Arteta's side have already tasted victory at the King Power in the League Cup earlier this season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looks like he his back to his old goalscoring ways after netting two past Benfica in the Europa League midweek – he is 7/2 to score first and is 9/1 to net at least two again this weekend.
However, the visitors go to the King Power Stadium with a poor win record of just 14.3% from seven league visits – only Hillsborough (12.5%) and Old Trafford (13.8%) have worse records.
Odds courtesy of Betfred and subject to change.
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