FT: Leicester 1-1 Arsenal. Ulloa earns the Foxes a great point after Sanchez had opened the scoring. Arsenal need a striker and paid the price for failing to take their chances.
Moore and Szczesny booked for handbags as the keeper tried to set Arsenal on a quick breakaway. Three minutes have been added.
It's delivered deep to the far post but it's well claimed by the Gunners stopper.
Arsenal Yellow card



Huge cheers as a Leicester break ends with a corner. Can they nick it?
It's really congested on the edge of the Leicester area. Arsenal continue to try to walk through though. It's cleared once more.
The Ox went down for Arsenal and looked in some pain off the ball. It didn't look good but he seems to be running okay again now. Bizarre.
Debuchy makes a fine run in-behind the defence but he can't quite get there and Schmeichel comes to gather. Great atmosphere in the ground. Foxes fans loving being back in the bigtime!
The Gunners are camped in the Foxes half of the pitch now.
But back come Arsenal. This could still go either way. It's been a joy to watch.
Leicester City Yellow card



Chance for Vardy! Good save by the keeper. A lightning break by the Foxes catches Arsenal out and the substitute latches onto a pass to fizz a low shot on the run at goal. Good hands from Szczesny.
Leicester City Yellow card



Ozil's corner is met by Mertesacker but he can't divert it towards goal.
Arsneal pushing strongly. Ozil puts in a cross and de Laet concedes the corner. Pressure building.
Ozil has finally walked back onto the pitch. But will he be any more than a passenger?
Just some of the reaction to Sanogo on Twitter...
Ozil receiving treatment for Arsenal. They've used all of their subs, so if he has to go off they'll have to see it out with 10.
Will the double changes make the difference for the Gunners? Both players more than capable of changing a game from the bench, as proved in the past.
Arsenal Substitution
Arsenal Substitution
ARSENAL subs: Oxlade-Chamberlain on for Cazorla. Podolski on for Sanogo.
Leicester City Substitution
The goalscorer gets a huge reception form the home faithful and rightly so.
FOXES sub: Ulloa off, Drinkwater on.
Brilliant from Wes Morgan who throws himself in the way of Sanchez's cutback form the right.
A note about one of Leicester's sub, Albrighton... His last PL goal came against Arsenal, for Aston Villa, on 21 December 2011. Can he end the drought?
The set piece is cleared to Ramsey who hits a rare shocker of a cross that floats out of play. The Foxes breathe again.
Cazorla lets fly... it takes a deflection and drops just over the top. Corner.
Leicester City Substitution
FOXES sub: Vardy on for Schlupp.
Just when you feel Arsenal are turning the screw and all set to get that second goal, Leicester break and cause problems that make you wonder. Can they make the Gunners pay for their profligacy?
CHANCE. Cazorla curls a fine cross into the area for Sanogo, but again the striker contrives to head over. It's been a tough day for him.
Corner to Arsenal. Sanchez fires it into the area. Ulloa heads away.
Infostrada stat: Leicester’s goal was the first time Arsenal conceded to a promoted team in the PL in six, since a 4-1 win at home to Reading on 30 March 2013.
Leicester City Substitution
FOXES sub: Albrighton on for the impressive Mahrez.
Not great reading for the Arsenal striker...

In 10 Premier League appearances for Arsenal, Yaya Sanogo has managed just 3 shots on target, converting 0% of his chances.

STAT: David Nugent has not scored a Premier League goal since playing for Burnley in 2009-10. His last effort came in March 2010.
The hosts roar down the right through Mahrez who plays it to Ulloa in the box. The Argentine tees up Nugent who sees his low attempt blocked. It looked to heading for the far corner. Unlucky.
Will Sanogo's display convince Wenger he has to buy? Or will he stick stubbornly with the youngster?
Ozil has once again failed to make much impact for Arsenal... STAT: Mesut Ozil has assisted only one goal in his last nine and a half Premier League games.
Gary Lineker follows up this tweet, with the below: "The major difference at this level compared to the Championship is you tend to get punished more for your profligacy."
SAVE! Monreal powers forward down the left on the counter and slips a fine ball through for Sanogo, who sees his low attempt brilliantly beaten away by Schmeichel.
But they have to watch out on the break... they could be caught out here.
The home team are giving it everything here. They know they can get at this Arsenal defence and it's making for a really intriguing game.
CLOSE! Ulloa finds space on the left of the area, cuts inside Chambers and then dinks the ball beyond Szczesny with a disguised attempt that floats just past the near post. Wonderful skill - but he should have scored.
Even the Foxes reckon it could have been a penalty.

51 - Let off for #lcfc. Sanchez rolls a great ball into the run of Cazorla 12 yards out, who pulls the shot wide. #LeiArs

A note of caution for Leicester fans.. Arsenal have scored at least two goals in their last three Premier League away games.
Sanogo volleys a decent cross along the six-yard box from the right but there is no-one on hand to convert. Arsenal regain possession with Sanchez on the left and Cazorla then tumbles as he tries to turn. PENALTY? There was contact but the referee says no.
The corner comes to nothing but Arsenal remain in possession and look to build again.
Bright play from Ramsey, surging towards the penalty box and feeding Sanogo who turns and fires in a shot that deflects for a corner.
Half chance for Leicester right from the off as King clips a wicked cross towards the run of Nugent who can't get the flick header to direct it on goal.
KICK OFF! Leicester restart the game. The Foxes have won just one of their last 10 PL home matches at the break (D7-L2) - Arsenal have lost just one of the last 16 away PL matches when they have been level at this stage (W1-D5).
HT: Leicester 1-1 Arsenal. Sanchez's first PL goal cancelled out by Ulloa's bullet header. See you in 15.
Ramsey shoots but it flies well wide from 30 yards. That will surely be it.
But here come Arsenal. Can they snatch the advantage... No, Sanchez is blocked out and Schlupp can't free Nugent with the long ball behind the Gunners' defence.
Arsenal have had a lot of shots and some decent openings but Leicester have had a great 45 and probably deserve to go in level.
Pearson watching on from the tunnel entrance. He looks eager to get his team in for the interval!
Four minutes added - still time for someone to go in at the break in front.
Arsenal probing down the left but it's a poor touch by Cazorla and as he attempts to win it back he commits the foul and gives the hosts some respite.
STAT: Arsenal have only won three of their last nine Premier League away games (D2 L4).
Free kick to the hosts on the right touchline. Alexis penalised for tripping Moore. Opportunity knocks for the Foxes... Awful delivery though and Arsenal volley clear. Nigel Pearson will be livid about that. It was a good chance to throw it into the mix.
Cazorla drifts a free kick from a central position into the box but it's very poor and easy for Schmeichel to catch under no pressure.
SHOTS: Leicester 3-13 Arsenal.
The moment of the match so far... for neutrals and Leicester fans anyway!
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PICTURED: Leo Ulloa celebrates as he headers home his second goal for the Foxes #LeiArs http://t.co/2tXb9j2R5E

STAT: Arsenal have now conceded three headed goals this season, joint most in the PL along with QPR.
PHOTO: match action.
And a third as Debuchy defends well at the far post.
There may be a chance to see the new boy later, but right now the starting xi are doing pretty well themselves. It's a second consecutive corner for the Foxes...

King Power Stadium erupts as new boy Esteban Cambiasso warms up on the touchline. Player. #LeiArs

Ozil takes the free kick... straight into the wall. Arsenal try to make something of the second ball but Sanogo gives away a cheap free kick.
Free kick to Arsenal 25-30 yards out. Good chance here.
A good spell of pressure this for Arsenal as a third corner drops to the edge of the area but the shot deflects straight into the arms of Schmeichel.
Mertesacker gets the ricochet at the near post and tries to dink it in to the six-yard box, but it's cleared away for another corner.
Back up the other end and de Laet is forced to concede a corner to the visitors.
Leicester playing with some real belief here. Nugent gets free on the left but tries to cut in for the shot and is denied by a fine tackle from Chambers.
STAT courtesy of Infostrada: Ulloa’s first goal in English football came against Arsenal, in a 3-2 FA Cup fourth round loss with Brighton.
So, Leicester keep their fine run of scoring at home going, stretching it to 17 matches.
Arsenal Substitution
Arsenal sub: Chambers on for the injured Koscielny.
Ulloa proving to be some signing for the hosts...
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Leonardo Ulloa's chance conversion rate in the Premier League this season now stands at an impressive 40%. http://t.co/mV3hFJm3R9

The Foxes' tails are up. Nugent earns a corner but the referee lets Wojciech Szczesny off the hook by giving a free kick when a high, awkward delivery drops right under his crossbar.
GOAL! Leicester are level almost immediately. Schlupp makes a great run down the left and fires over a pinpoint cross that Ulloa rises to bullet home with a fine header. 1-1.
Leicester City Goal

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Sanogo's ineptitude inadvertently leads to a Sanchez goal. #sourgrapestweet

Ton up!

100 - Alexis Sanchez is the 100th different Premier League goal-scorer for Arsenal (not including own goals). Club.

GOAL! Arsenal lead. Sanchez fires in his first PL goal after Sanogo failed to put away Cazorla's delicious scooped pass.
Arsenal Goal

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Koscielny is back for Arsenal with a staple or two in his head and a bizarre, blue head bandage.
Mahrez continues to cause problems for the visitors as he cuts in from the right, exchanges a one-two and scuffs a shot just wide of target.
Ramsey lifts a ball into the box for Yaya Sanogo but he can't quite stretch enough to divert an effort goalwards.
Flamini has slotted into the back four for the time being. The fast-start to the game has faded. The injury and delay hasn't helped.
Koscielny is back on his feet and heading down the tunnel for more treatment. Play is about to continue with Arsenal down to 10.
A succinct summary of the opening exchanges...

It's been a lively start from both sides. Leicester have denied the Gunners space and look dangerous down their right flank 0-0 (11)

The Arsenal defender is still down receiving treatment.
Play is momentarily stopped for a clash of heads between Schlupp and Koscielny.
Cazorla takes it from the left but it doesn't beat the first man and Leicester break to no avail.
Ramsey shoots from 25 yards. It's deflected and Arsenal have a corner.
Schlupp shoots from a decent position but skews it well wide.
Prior to kick off, the Leicester players to have featured so far have a combined total of 550 Premier League appearances, fewer than any other team this season.

A warning to Gooners: Leicester's always been a tough place to visit. The M1 is hideous and parking ain't great!

De Laet powers down the right and floats a ball towards Ulloa who can't sort his feet out in time. The striker's volley ends up looking a bit awkward and flies harmlessly wide. Good start from the Foxes.
First shot of the match from Cazorla is a 25-yard attempt that is much too easy for Schmeichel. Not enough pace on it.
Lovely work by Riyad Mahrez down the right sees the Leicester man twist and turn before clipping a dangerous cross to the near post. Mertesacker rises highest and gets it away for the Gunners.
Are we in for a goalfest here? INFOSTRADA: "Referee Anthony Taylor has overseen a match between Arsenal and a just promoted PL opposition twice before: they have won once (5-2 at Reading, 17 December 2012) and drawn once (3-3 with Norwich on 5 May 2012) with both matches seeing at least six goals.
Leicester actually won their first Premier League home game against Arsenal (2-1 in November 1994). But they have failed to triumph in any of the subsequent seven games.
KICK OFF! Arsenal get us underway.
Will this run continue?

16 - Leicester City have scored at least once in each of their last 16 league games at home. Gunning.

Arsene Wenger on suggestions Arsenal cannot challenge without a new striker: "We live in a society of opinions. People are better informed today - many of them are even better informed than I am! All the opinions do not necessarily mean that people are right. Everybody is entitled to have an opinion but that doesn't necessarily mean that their opinion is right. In fact, many opinions have been wrong in the past [and] people have never come out and said 'sorry, I was wrong'. The easiest thing to do is have an opinion."
Nigel Pearson on new signing Esteban Cambiasso: "To be at the training ground and see the excitement of the players, he will add a lot to what is already a pretty talented squad. But he is here as a footballer - not someone to simply put bums on seats. I don't like doing deals for commercial reasons. "He is a very capable player who will complement what we have. He has a great knowledge of football, and he will be a very valuable asset for us this season. He is a really positive addition. "It's obviously a big change from what he has done before, but what I like about him is his desire to be a part of this side."
Arsenal have looked rather unimpressive in the Premier League so far, requiring late goals to take four points from games against Crystal Palace and Everton, while Leicester also drew 2-2 with the Toffees in their first home game of the season.
The last time Arsenal played Leicester City - on May 15, 2004 - they were completing the process of going an entire season unbeaten. Paul Dickov opened the scoring and Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira responded for the Gunners.
Leicester are unchanged from the side that lost to Chelsea, with new signing Esteban Cambiasso on the bench. For Arsenal, there are three changes from the side that drew 2-2 with Everton last Saturday - Calum Chambers, Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain drop out and Laurent Koscielny, Santi Cazorla and Yaya Sanogo come in. Olivier Giroud is a long term injury absentee.

Subs: Hamer, Drinkwater, Vardy, Albrighton, Cambiasso, Wasilewski, Wood #LeiArs

City: Schmeichel, De Laet, Morgan, Moore, Konchesky, Mahrez, King, Hammond, Schlupp, Nugent, Ulloa #LeiArs

#Arsenal subs: Martinez, Chambers, Rosicky, Campbell, Wilshere, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Podolski #LCFCvAFC

#Arsenal team to play Leicester City: Szczesny, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Flamini, Ramsey, Cazorla, Ozil, Alexis, Sanogo

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