With five points clear from the third place Arsenal on the premiership league table, Leicester City will be playing the gunners with full confidence on super Sunday, tomorrow.

Leicester are enjoying the lead with 53 points after dismantling Manchester City 3-1 last week, leaving Arsenal with 48 points through their 2-0 victory over Bournemouth.

The Valentine’s Day clash is a game the gunners would not like to lose but going by the current form of Leicester and the unpredictability of Arsenal, there are great indications that Emirate fans may not treat their buddies well tomorrow.

The best gift Arsenal could give to their fans tomorrow is a win against the league topper, Leicester. With no injury worries ahead of the visit of league leaders Leicester City on Sunday, 

Francis Coquelin is pushing for a recall, while Danny Welbeck could be included for the first time this season following a long-term knee injury.

Leicester are expected to be unchanged, with January signing Daniel Amartey still not under consideration as he builds up his fitness.

"After their trip to Emirates they have only two games against the current top six left to play; win on Sunday and talk of a fairytale first league title will only grow.

"This pivotal fixture should tell us more about Arsenal – and their pursuit of a first title win in 12 years – than the Foxes.

"The Gunners ended a four-game winless run last weekend and cannot afford to fall into bad habits once again if they want to stay in touch." And by tomorrow, what the fans are eager to see is Arsenal with 51 points to treat their lovers for the Valentine.