English Premier League Kicks Off Today As Arsenal Takes on Leceister

Gunners open their Premier League season with a match against Leicester City on Friday at Emirates Stadium. 

The Gunners go into the amusement having won the Community Shield at Wembley and will be in a certain state of mind regardless of the possibility that there are various injury doubts for the clash. 

Last season's fifth-set complete means Arsene Wenger's side are without Champions League football for the up and coming effort and they will be resolved to right the wrongs of the past year and a half by mounting a dependable title challenge. 


Arms stockpile have won each of their last 10 Premier League home experiences with Leicester City, their joint longest winning streak at home against a solitary adversary. 

The Gunners have won just a single of their last seven opening day Premier League apparatuses, losing three of the last four (W1 D3 L3). 

Weapons store have gathered more opening day red cards than whatever other Premier League side (6), with Laurent Koscielny getting two of the last three (2010-11 v Liverpool, 2013-14 v Aston Villa). 

Alexandre Lacazette scored 91 goals in the French Ligue 1 in the course of the last four seasons more than some other player in the opposition in that period. 

This amusement will see the English best flight season start on a Friday without precedent for its 129 year history.

-Courtesy of Goal.com

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