The Gunners have the chance to return to winning ways at the King Power Stadium as Arsene Wenger’s side take on the reigning champions.
Arsenal suffered a 4-3 defeat by title rivals Liverpool in their Premier League opener at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon despite Theo Walcott giving the Gunners a first-half lead.
Leicester, meanwhile, lost 2-1 to promoted side Hull City as the Premier League champions made a disappointing start to the defence of their top-flight crown.
Former Liverpoool defender Lawrenson believes Arsenal will be held to a draw at Leicester on Saturday evening despite beating Claudio Ranieri’s side in both of their Premier League games last season.
“Leicester have lots of pace in their attack too, and I can see them causing Arsenal more problems,” Lawrenson told BBC Sport.
“The Foxes will have Robert Huth back from suspension in their defence, which will make a difference too.
“Arsenal were the only team to beat them home and away last season, but they will have to settle for a point this time.”
Arsenal manager Wenger has only signed three players in the summer transfer window despite being linked with a host of players, including Japanese forward Takuma Asano and Bolton Wanderers defender Rob Holding.
Switzerland international Granit Xhaka completed a £33m switch to Arsenal from Borussia Monchengladbach at the start of the summer.
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