WHO will look more like champions tonight – Leicester or Man City? That's the big question as the Champions League hopefuls meet head on at the King Power after under-performing in the Premier League.
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri fielded reserves at home as his side wrapped up their Group G campaign with a shocking 5-0 defeat at Porto while Pep Guardiola made nine changes for the 1-1 draw against Celtic.
One of those was leaving out Sergio Aguero and he'll be without the Argentine striker until the end of the month after his red card in the 3-1 defeat to Chelsea last weekend.
Kelechi Iheanacho will deputise for Aguero and netted against Celtic in midweek. The Nigerian is 9-2 at McBookie to score first and another player to consider is Kevin de Bruyne at 6-1 with Paddy Power as he tries to make up for last week's missed sitter.
Leicester's woes have been on the road and at home they've lost just once so it won't be easy for Man City but I reckon they'll edge it.
Arsenal clinched top spot in Group A with a 4-1 win at Basel and look in great shape. The only cloud on the horizon is the contract row involving star striker Alexis Sanchez.
That shouldn't affect the Gunners today and they are 4-11 with William Hill to make it seven home wins in a row over Stoke.
Sanchez hit a sensational hat-trick last week and if he starts back the Chilean at 7-2 with Paddy Power to score first.
I tipped Chelsea to win at Man City last week and they'll be on most accas at home to West Brom tomorrow. The Baggies are unbeaten in four but I only see this going one way.
Chelsea are no bigger than 3-10 with Stan James but can be taken -1 at 4-5 with the same firm.
Star turns Diego Costa and Eden Hazard both netted last week – Costa is 3-4 at Hills to strike again with Hazard 5-4 with bet365.
In other games today I can see goals at Burnley v Bournemouth, Sunderland could edge out Swansea at the Liberty with Jermain Defoe scoring and Crystal Palace should beat Hull away.
Bets to Consider
Man City & Btts
Sanchez to score first