As Leicester travel to Emirates for their game against Arsenal, they will not be having their main striker Jamie Vardy who is out due to injury. Kelachi ihenacho expected to take Vardy's position in Leading the attack. The Foxes are pushing for a top-half finish on the table after an inconsistent season as they sit 12th position on the table with 33 points.
Iheanacho has contributed every time he has been on the pitch this season, including the late goal against Rennes on Thursday, meaning he will also carry the burden of the whole team today.
Kelechi Iheanacho’s Leicester City career has been a roller-coaster ride. The Nigerian has gone from absolute zero, to the most lethal finisher in the Premier League.
The Nigerian striker as of recently had a good chemistry with Harvey Barnes which can frustrate Arsenal defense after a good run in their last 10 matches.
Ihenacho has 5 assists and 2 goals. He played a massive role in helping the Foxes grab a win on Thursday's Europa Conference match against Reenes.
Ihenacho is prolific finisher and will be vital for the team for the team in attacking as they meet Gunners who have won they last four Premier League games and determined to play Champion League next season after 5 years.
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