Arsenal vs Leicester City: Top Three Meetings
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Danny Welbeck (far left) scores Arsenal's 2nd goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Leicester City at Emirates Stadium on February 14th, 2016 in London, England (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal and Leicester City have had some blockbuster games in the past.

With both sides hoping for a potenial Champions League push, who will come out on top this weekend?

Take a look at some of the most exciting games in recent times.

August 2017 - Arsenal 4-3 Leicester City

Late goals from substitutes Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud gave The Gunners a victory on the opening day of the season.

Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring with his first touch in Premier League football, excluding the kick off touch, his glancing header beat Kasper Schmeichel to give Arsenal an early lead. 

Goals came thick and fast to produce an opening day classic. The Foxes took the lead through a goal from Shinji Okazaki and a Jamie Vardy double.

Danny Welbeck got a goal back for Arsenal but nearing the 80th minute, the hosts found themselves trailing 3-2.

However, Arsenal's substitutes came out strong. A quickfire double from Ramsey and Giroud turned the game on its head.

The Welshman blasted the ball into the net from close range and a signature Giroud header cannoned down off the crossbar to Schmeichel's despair.

February 2016 - Arsenal 2-1 Leicester City

A 95 minute winner from Welbeck gave Arsenal the edge in Leicester's title winning season.

The Foxes struck first - a penalty on the stroke of halftime, which was coolly taken by Vardy.

The hosts were given a boost in spirits, as Danny Simpson was sent off for a second yellow card.

Theo Walcott equalised for The Gunners just before the 70 minute, latching on to a Giroud layoff. 

Chances were coming strong for Arsenal, they sensed that the match was there for the taking.

Giroud came close, but his shot was dramatically cleared by Schmeichel.

The 95 minute arrived and the scores are still level. A freekick from Mesut Ozil gave The Gunners hope, Welbeck was there to deliver.

He glanced the ball into the net to mark his return with a goal and set Arsenal on course to a Premier League title challenge.

September 2015 - Leicester City 2-5 Arsenal

Arsenal and Leicester produced another seven-goal-thriller back in 2015. An Alexis Sanchez hat-trick outdone Leicester's attempts, with Vardy scoring two.

Goals came from Walcott and Giroud helped complete Arsenal's five star performance. 

The hosts took the lead with a classic 'Leicester 2015/16 counterattack', Vardy burst down the left and finessed the ball past the oncoming Petr Cech

Arsenal were quick in response, Walcott opened The Gunners account a mere five minutes after Vardy scored.

Sanchez then scored the next three, a tap-in, a leaping header and a fierce shot from outside of the box.

Giroud completed the match in style for Arsenal, slotting the ball past Schmeichel to stop any hopes of a Leicester comeback.