Pat Nevin on why Leicester will win the league if they avoid defeat to Arsenal

Former Chelsea and Everton winger chats to Off The Ball

Jamie Vardy, Leicester, Riyad Mahrez

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If anyone thought Leicester City are primed to finally see the dream starting to come to an end, they kept the eyelids closed and the dreamscape flowing with an outstanding 3-1 win at Manchester City.

Up next is a game at fellow title chasers Arsenal and ex-Chelsea and Everton winger Pat Nevin believes the Foxes will go all the way if they can get a draw at the Emirates.

"They've got Arsenal at the weekend. If they can get a draw there, I think they'll win it. If you look at what comes after that, they've got Norwich at home, West Brom at home, Newcastle at home, Palace and Watford away. It's all winnable," Pat told Off The Ball, although he added that "a lot can go wrong" between now and May given that they also have Man United, Everton and Chelsea to come.

Pat also heaped praise on the cleverness of Claudio Ranieri in his team selections and the way he has been able to dampen expectations despite the fact they are proving almost unstoppable of late.