For both Leicester and Arsenal, the attention now is on next season.
There is little left to play for: Leicester are ninth and ending the season lethargically, while Arsenal will finish sixth and are attempting to see out Arsene Wenger's tenure in fitting style.
The result, then, is not likely to be of great consequence. Instead, the focus will be on individual performances, on what the game might say for the respective futures of both sides.
Leicester and Arsenal will meet on the back of contrasting results: the Foxes fell to a 2-0 defeat against West Ham on Saturday, while Arsenal put on a show in a 5-0 demolition of Burnley. The Gunners will, therefore, be strong favourites at the King Power.
Here are three key battles that could decide the game.