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Iheanacho Recovers, To Start On Bench Vs Arsenal

Iheanacho Recovers, To Start On Bench Vs Arsenal

It was the final question of the press conference, framed around the fact the Premier League is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and for Craig Shakespeare it was hard to suppress a smile as he contemplated whether Leicester City could be crowned champions again during the next quarter of a century.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger made three changes as his side chased the game, bringing on Oliver Giroud for Rob Holding, Aaron Ramsey for Elneny, and Theo Walcot for Danny Welbeck.

Vardy terrorised a makeshift Arsenal defence throughout but was left to reflect on a last-gasp loss to the Gunners in north London for the third time in as many seasons.

"It's an incredible opportunity for him", Henry told Sky Sports.

The Foxes are yet to beat Arsenal in the Premier League.

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"I'm disappointed with the handball in the build-up, but once the corner's given you have to defend it better", he said.

'You've seen how they linked up, and good players can.

Shakespeare praised Vardy, as well Harry Maguire after the close-season recruit from Hull City turned in an all-action debut from centre-back. Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, the vice-chairman, said last month that Leicester are aiming for a top-10 position and "will expand our focus to cup competitions" if the team get off to a good start.

The likes of Kasper Schmeichel and Jamie Vardy have also had suitors in the recent past and it would not be a surprise if there was renewed interest in them ahead of the August 31 deadline. I think having the depth in the squad is important. We don't want to be a selling club. "We have to be positive as it's the first game".


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