Arsenal face Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday, as the Premier League season draws to a close this week.

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On Sunday, the Emirates Stadium said farewell to Arsene Wenger, as Arsenal secured sixth place by thrashing Burnley 5-0. The team don’t have much to play for anymore, but it would be nice if they got their first away points of 2018 before the manager leaves for good.

Trying to stop them this time around, it’s ninth-placed Leicester City. The Foxes are on a horrific run of form, having lost four of their last five matches, drawing the fifth.

That’s despite the fact they’ve played relegation battlers like West Ham, Crystal Palace and Southampton, all of whom are much higher in the table now, thanks to the free points Leicester are handing out.

No doubt they’ll want to turn that run around against Arsenal, as every team always seems to do.

So how will Wenger set up his side for the match? Let’s try and work it out…

Next: Team news, line-up and final XI

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