After the festivities of our 5-0 thumping of Burnley - and the farewells for Arsene Wenger, Per Mertesacker, Vic Akers and Alex Scott - this tie against Leicester has a dead rubber feeling of sorts.

Both teams have nothing to play for really, Leicester could theoretically gain a position or two, but for the Gunners, sixth spot is ours and we cannot lose it. We can’t gain fifth spot either though, so perhaps Wenger may just give some of our promising youngsters a runout in his penultimate game?

With nothing to lose, it would be interesting to see a start for some of our kids. There’s plenty to choose from as well, and a blend of experience to guide the youth would be the best bet - it is a PL match after all.

Konstandinos Mavropanos has performed admirably in his last two - and only two - games thus far and the young Greek should have a spot in the team. Alongside him will be either Calum Chambers, Shkodran Mustafi or Rob Holding. Petr Cech should keep the gloves as he seeks another clean sheet, and in regards to our full-backs, we could see Reiss Nelson and Ainsley Maitland-Niles revert back.

This is a great opportunity to reverse what has been some shocking away form - no wins in 2018 is simply far from good enough. Leicester will be a test, but with very little motivation to go for the win, our kids could earn us our first away win of 2018.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should get the nod to start in the left-forward spot and his link-up play with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alexandre Lacazette has been sumptuous of late. The trio should start the game, but there are plenty of options if Wenger wants to change it up.

Danny Welbeck has been in fine form, Aaron Ramsey was a late sub in the win over Burnley so should be fit and ready and Alex Iwobi had a great game in the weekend - Arsene has the options to keep it fresh should he want to.

Midfield will most likely see Granit Xhaka - as the absence of Mohamed Elneny restricts the options of rotation. The only change could be AMN or Jo Willock given the nod to start alongside the Swiss star, or Jack could continue in the centre after his performance against the Clarets.

We need to end the away streak, and if we are the pessimistic type, this could be one of the last opportunities to see some of our players in the red and white. Jack Wilshere still hasn’t signed his contract, and Aaron Ramsey is another who could be looking at the fields elsewhere, thinking the grass is far better.

Mesut Ozil gained a bit of heat after he missed yet another PL game in the weekend. The German star has had a lot of ‘illnesses’ of late and it’s high time the playmaker donned his boots again. This match should see him play, although none of us would be surprised if he was already on his holidays.

Leicester are on a poor run and will be looking to bounce back themselves, so who knows how this could go. It has that ‘end of season’ feel about proceedings, but hopefully, we get to see some of our rising stars put on a show and end the game with three points.

Predicted lineup - Cech, Bellerin, Chambers, Mavropanos, Nelson, Willock, Xhaka, Mkhitaryan, Wilshere, Aubameyang, Lacazette

Predicted score - I think this has the potential to be a crazy game - 3-2 to The Arsenal