Arsenal will host the Premier League Leaders Leicester City crucial encounter at the Emirate Stadium on the Valantine's day. The leaders currently hold a five-point lead over Tottenham and third-placed Arsenal with 13 matches remaining. Ranieri's men sent a clear indication about this season's title as they humbled Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium last week. According to Wenger ahead of the Sunday's clash, "You don't have to be some super mathematician to see it is a very important game. It is maybe not yet decisive, but it is really important". He also said, "Leicester have the advantage. Their story is obviously very romantic and I understand the whole country being behind them. That is human.
"We have to nullify their pace and attacking potential - we want to dominate the game, have the ball and be dangerous"Leicester City have triumph over Priemier League top clubs in the past such as Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City and are ready to pull every block out of the way to get to the trophy but Wenger is keen to stop them from doing so. Leicester City are aware of wot Wenger's men are made of having being beaten 5-2 at home in September in the first round of the game. Arsenal on the other hand, will need to match the pace of the Leicester players and get control of the game, if they must come out victorious.