Defending champions Leicester City only lost three games last season but they have already registered a defeat this term and will be desperate to get back to winning ways this weekend.
Standing in their way in the late kick off on Saturday are Arsenal, who managed to do the league double over the Foxes last term.
Both of those games produced goals as Arsenal won 5-2 at the King Power Stadium and secured a 2-1 win on home soil.
We should see more of the same on Saturday as Leicester have since sold midfielder N’Golo Kante, a key part of their defensive unit last season in a holding role, and Arsenal are still missing some men at the back, although boss Arsene Wenger has said he may “gamble” on an early return for Euro 2016 finalist Laurent Koscielny.
I’m edging towards an Arsenal win so for the braver punter out there the 3/1 on a win for the Gunners with both teams to score also appeals but Leicester will be no pushovers and we could see a reaction from that shock loss to Hull last weekend – it is also worth noting that they didn’t lose two in a row at any point last season.
And what about Jamie Vardy? He turned down a move to Arsenal earlier in the summer and he could show them what they are missing on Saturday. The England international is 6/4 to score at anytime but the 9/4 for him to score either first or last is more inviting.