The Foxes finished 12th a year ago, and they're hoping for better this time around. They did it again to win the FA Cup in May.
"Chelsea will win it". Overall I believe that it's down to us. "They're good glimpses of what you're going to get from them this season".
An error from Cech in the 5 minute allowed Okazaki to equalise for the visitors as a cross was looped into the box by Albrighton, with the Czech global completely running out of his goal as Maguire headed the ball towards goal leaving Okazaki to head in from an open net. Central midfielders Mohamed Elneny and Granit Xhaka were nervous on the ball and slack in possession to gift Leicester the ball in unsafe positions time and time again.
Vardy was then afforded far too much space by both the Bosnia global and Monreal for Leicester's second, after Holding had failed to block another Albrighton centre. First Aaron Ramsey smashed home an equaliser in the 83rd minute, before Giroud powered a header into the top corner a couple of minutes later to complete an incredible fightback. Somehow they got more than that. That's acceptable but perhaps proved that Arsenal's second-string defenders may not be as good as we thought.
Instead, Wenger avoided a third consecutive season-opening loss at the start of his new two-year contract.
Arsenal head into today getting a head start on their annual injury crisis.
There were glimpses that this season will be about much more than just settling for midtable obscurity for Leicester.
Granit Xhaka's sloppy pass was picked up by Albrighton and he forged down the left flank before bending a sublime cross into the danger area that Vardy tapped home. Vardy knows how to score against Arsenal.
"I'm going Chelsea. With City, based on pure attacking players, I think they're the strongest team".
"I created, with me not deciding, a lack of clarity in the dressing room and there is nothing worse than that in the dressing room".
Matty James last played Leicester in the Premier League 825 days ago. The first was a kick off.
Wenger has previously cautioned that Lacazette may need time to adjust to English football, but made it clear that he expects plenty of goals from the club's record signing.