- Leicester City are looking forward to their Premier League encounters with Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea, says Jonny Evans
- The Foxes host Unai Emery’s men at King Power Stadium on Sunday 28 April (12pm BST kick-off)
- Evans hopes the Club’s supporters can enjoy their final 2018/19 home fixtures against Arsenal and Chelsea
The Gunners come to King Power Stadium for a midday kick-off on Sunday in the first of three games against sides that have won a combined 11 Premier League titles.
Ahead of the clash against Arsenal, the Northern Ireland international says City will aim to put on an impressive performance in front of the Blue Army.
“I think with the last three games, because of the opponents we’re playing against, we’ve put that to the back of our mind,” said Evans when asked about any potential targets during the final three games of the season.
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Extended highlights from London Stadium as Leicester City tackled West Ham United in the Premier League.
“We’ll address that this week now going into those three games. We’ll probably reassess everything and see what we can take into those three games, where it’s going to take us in the league and how we want to finish the season.
“There’s still a lot to play for. We’ve got three really tough games against top opposition, so there’s a good challenge for us, and I think it’s one we’re all looking forward to, to finish the season off.
“We’ve got two games at home as well, which is nice. Hopefully, the fans get to enjoy them as well.”
In seven outings under Brendan Rodgers, the Foxes have registered four Premier League victories – form that Evans hopes they can build on as their fifth-straight top-flight season comes to an end.
There’s still a lot to play for. We’ve got three really tough games against top opposition, so there’s a good challenge for us.Jonny Evans LCFC TV
Evans added: “We’ve had a nice little run. Obviously, the last two games we haven’t won, but I think we’re trying to analyse where we’re going as a team and trying to improve certain things and experiment in games.
“It’s something that we’re all enjoying and on the flip side of that, we had a draw at the weekend. Everyone was disappointed after the game, it kind of felt like a defeat, even though we came back and scored in the last minute.
“We want to be imposing ourselves more in games. That’s something that we’re working towards, and hopefully, we’ll see more of that in the last three games and hopefully going into the next season also.”
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