Arsenal move to within two points of Leicester thanks to Danny Welbeck's last gasp winner.

FULL TIME: Arsenal 2-1 Leicester City

Arsenal win it! Ozil swings in the resulting corner and Welbeck meets it with a glancing header, finding the far corner in the last minute of added time.

Goal! Arsenal 2-1 Leicester City (Danny Welbeck, 90+4)

One last chance for Arsenal, they have a free kick.

Sanchez lifts another cracking cross into the far post with Ramsey looking to get on the end of it but Schmeichel punches out for a corner.

Gray makes a wonderful interception in his own box, taking the ball off the toe of Walcott just as he was about to lash another one on goal.

Arsenal have two minutes to find a winner.

Four minutes of time added on.

Sanchez lifts a wonderful cross in from the left but Giroud and Welbeck leap for the same ball! The last touch appears to come off Huth, but Leicester get the goal kick,

We are into the final minute of normal time.

Terrific save from Schmeichel! Giroud, from six yards out, arrows one for the bottom corner but the Leicester keeper gets down to make an instinctive stop.

What a chance for Arsenal! Per Metresacker meets a cross inside the six yard area but guides his effort just wide of the post.

Here he is, Danny Welbeck is on for his first appearance since April last year. He replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Gray does well to nick the ball from Ozil and relieve the pressure on his side, driving up the right hand side flank. He ends up running the ball out of of play, but good work none the less from the youngster.

Sanchez snatches at another chance, completely miss-hitting an effort inside the box, allowing Leicester to hack clear.

Bellerin cuts in from the right and once again, no one can get near him. He slides a fine pass through for Sanchez on the opposite flank but the Chilean gets his effort all wrong, whacking it well wide.

The ball breaks to Ramsey on the edge of the area but the midfielder screws his effort wide of the far post. Leicester badly need a breather, here.

Huth makes a brave diving header to knock the ball clear and narrowly avoids Oxlade Chamberlain's boot meeting him right in the mush. Arsenal are rampant at the moment.

Arsenal are level! Hector Bellerin lifts a cross in from the right that Giroud expertly knocks down to Walcott, who lashes a fine effort into the far corner.

Goal! Arsenal 1-1 Leicester City (Theo Walcott, 69)

Walcott brilliantly turns his man out on the right and clips an inviting ball across the six yard area but Giroud is nowhere to be found and the ball trickles out of play.

Kante, who has been sublime all game, picks out a fine pass to release Vardy down the inside right channel. The slightly knackered looking striker hits it first time across goal but it's an easy save for Cech.

Half an hour of this contest remaining, Leicester are down to 10 men but they aren't exactly clinging on at the minute. It's been a gripping contest.

Another change for Leicester, Dermari Gray comes onto replace Okazaki. Arsene Wenger also makes one, throwing on Theo Walcott for Francis Coquelin.

Mahrez has been the one sacrificed, after that red card, Marcin Wasilewski comes onto replace him.

Oh dear, Martin Atkinson. Another bad decision, Kante, clips Ozil on the half way line but the Germany international keeps his balance and keeps the move going. Arsenal have a clear advantage going but the ref pulls play back, much to the dismay of everyone in a red shirt.

Leicester are down to 10 men! It's a really soft second yellow for Danny Simpson, who held onto the arm of Olivier Giroud for dear life as the Frenchman turned him. Clear foul, a very harsh second yellow, however.

RED CARD: Danny Simpson (Leicester City)

Mahrez jinks past Monreal brilliantly and is clipped in the box! This time, Martin Atkinson isn't having it and waves play on. Arsenal survive.

Chance for Arsenal! Sanchez sees a low drive brilliantly blocked by Drinkwater and Ramsey can only drag the rebound wide of the far post.

A half time change for Arsenal, Laurent Koscielny has been forced off injured with Calum Chambers coming onto replace him.

Boos cascade down from around the Emirates as the half time whistle blows. Leicester lead.

HALF TIME: Arsenal 0-1 Leicester City

Vardy smashes it into the right hand corner! Very debatable penalty, the Leicester striker looked like he swung his leg across in order to make contact with Monreal's trailing leg.

GOAL! Arsenal 0-1 Leicester City (Jamie Vardy, 44)

Monreal takes down Vardy and the ref points to the spot!

PENALTY - Leicester City

Mahrez slides a ball over to his left to Kante who curls a cross into the box. It ends up turning into a shot that Cech has to claw away for a corner.

Coquelin is shown the first yellow card of the game after halting a Leicester counter with a late tackle on Mahrez.

Giroud has the ball in the back of the net, using the back of his head to knock one past Schmeichel but the Frenchman is correctly ruled offside.

Leicester have had a brilliant last few minutes, winning the ball of Arsenal with ease and carefully probing in front of goal for the first time all game. Drinkwater tries to slide a precise ball through for Vardy but he just overhits it and Cech can collect.

What a block from Wes Morgan! Bellerin and Oxlade-Chamberlain combine down the right to tee up one for Sanchez, but the Leicester skipper stands strong to deflect for a corner. Giroud meets it, but nuts it over.

Drinkwater does brilliantly to close down Koscielny and take possession from the Frenchman before sliding a pass across from Kante. The midfielder tries one from range but blasts over the bar.

Arsenal repeatedly try to play it out from the back and on each occasion are shut down by the away side. It's been a relentless opening 20 minutes to this match.

Giroud flicks a lovely ball onto Ozil who is left one on one, only to be ruled offside. Christian Fuchs is a relieved man; he looked to have kept the Germany international onside.

Schmeichel comes tearing off his line to slide tackle Ramsey, saving his side and launching a counter for them in the process. Drinkwater picks the ball up and lifts an excellent ball into Vardy inside the box who towers above his marker to head on goal, only to be denied by Cech. Great save from the Gunners goalkeeper, but Vardy will feel he should have done better.

Leicester come alive for the first time as Fuchs swings an excellent ball into Okazaki whose first touch is brilliant, but his second lets him down. Arsenal fail to clear and Leicester are able to throw another ball into the Japan international is ruled offside.

Appeals for a penalty from Arsenal. Ozil brilliantly backheels the ball into the path of Oxlade-Chamberlain who thumps a cross straight into Kante. Did it hit is hand? It looked like it, but the Foxes midfielder had no chance of moving his hand out of the way in time.

Leicester have barely been able to get out of their own half in these opening 10 minutes.

Kante brilliantly takes the ball off Giroud to end an Arsenal attack just as his side was looking vulnerable.

Sanchez is practically on the shoulders of Danny Drinkwater as he leaps to meet the corner and arrows his header just wide of the far post.

Brilliant start from Arsenal; Alexis Sanchez sweeps a terrific ball out to Oxlade-Chamberlain who pings in a cross from right that is diverted out for a corner.

And we are off and underway.

Proposed plans for Leicester City fans to boycott the first five minutes of today's match don't seem to have gone to plan, the away end is looking pretty full.

Just a couple of minutes until kick off at the Emirates.

So, Per Mertesacker against Jamie Vardy?

BREAKING: As expected, Leicester are unchanged from the team that beat Manchester City last time out.

Leicester team to face Arsenal: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan (c), Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, Kanté, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy.

Subs: Schwarzer, King, Gray, Ulloa, Dyer, Wasilewski, Chilwell

BREAKING: Danny Welbeck is back in the Arsenal squad. The former Manchester United striker hasn't featured for the Gunners since April 2015. Per Mertesacker meanwhile returns to the starting XI, along with Francis Coquelin.

Arsenal team to face Leicester: Cech, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Ramsey, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud

Leicester have suffered just three defeats in their last 34 games. They are 13 games away from winning the Premier League title. But unlike everyone else, Claudio Ranieri isn't ready to believe yet.

I hope the bookmakers are right this time. I am a very pragmatic man, give me points, not words.

"The pressure is for the other teams, not us." "The money and the big gap? We have pressure for our little gap, Arsenal has more pressure because they have spent more money," he added. "Tell me why I must feel pressure? We are close to continuing to dream with our fans, nobody wake us up please.

"We work so hard to achieve this level and we want to stay at this level. It is not pressure for us, the pressure was at the beginning to start well and carry on. We wanted to maintain the standard of performance and now we are safe.

"We want to fight – with the respect to all our opponents – face to face. We play with all our strength, the opposition play with their strength and if we lose, then go on to the next game.

Arsenal start the afternoon five points behind the Premier League leaders. Understandably, every neutral in the world is likely to behind the Foxes this afternoon, even Arsene Wenger has developed a soft spot for them.

It is very romantic and I understand the whole country [being behind them.] That is human. I think as well that [the story] is good for football, and it goes against the usual practice in our game, which is spend and buy big stars.

"It is important to know that with quality work, quality scouting and quality management you can have great results.

TEAM NEWS: Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has no fresh injury concerns ahead of this afternoon's kick off. Danny Welbeck could make the bench having not featured since April last year.

TEAM NEWS: Leicester City

Leicester are likely to remain unchanged after their thrilling victory over Manchester City last Saturday. Daniel Amartey, a January signing from Copenhagen, is in line to feature for his new club for the first time, while Jeff Schlupp and Matty James remain sidelined.