Brendan Rodgers’ side will face the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
The Foxes started the 2022/23 campaign on a not too convincing note, drawing 2-2 at home to Brentford.
Ndidi and his teammates led 2-0 at some point in the game before capitulating in the final 20 minutes.
Arsenal prevailed the last time both teams met at the Emirates Stadium, but Ndidi is expecting a different outcome this time around.
Every game is a difficult game – home or away – as long as you’re playing any team in the Premier League. It just depends on your tactics and is based on what you are going to bring to the game and the way you go about it, "Ndidi told LCTV.
“I think it’s one of those games where you go there, and anything can happen. If we stick to our tactics and then do everything properly, I think we can get something out of the game.
“It was a good win for them (vs. Palace), and I think they’ll have the confidence now." So, it’s just for us now to look for our confidence. If we can get something out of this one, it would be very good for our confidence moving forwards.
“Of course, Arsenal is a big team. As players, we know that every game we want to achieve a certain goal. We have our aims this season also, and for every game we know we have to do our best to get something out of it. So, I think it’s another game that we look forward to and see what comes out of it. "
Ojo Sunday Victor, A Professional Graphics Designer, and a skilled Content Writer in Entertainment, News and Sport Update.!An Undergraduate in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH, Ogbomoso). Read More
Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is expected to spend time on the sidelines again as a result of an injury.Ndidi was not included in the matchday squad as the Foxes were held to a 2-2 draw by Brighton & Hove Albion at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.It has now emerged that the Nigeria international suffered an injury in training and will be out of action for a few weeks.“Brendan Rodgers tells me that Wilfred Ndidi has suffered a muscle strain in training a...
The Wilfred Ndidi injury saga, which saw the Leicester City star leave training camp ahead of an international friendly with Algeria, has been clarified by Nigeria's head coach, Jose Peseiro.There have been rumors that Ndidi left because he was unable to play in midfield, which was his preferred position.Peseiro insisted that the 25-year-old is dealing with a hamstring issue in a video that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) shared on social media.Because of our...
Wilfred Ndidi, a Nigerian midfielder, will not play for Leicester City against Manchester United in a Premier League match on Saturday.Brendan Rodgers, the manager of Leicester City, revealed that Ndidi would miss the rest of the season due to injury.Ndidi was forced off in the second half of Leicester City's Europa League clash against Rennes earlier this month due to injury and has since undergone surgery.He also missed Nigeria's double-leg World Cup playoff again...
Be first to comment