Leicester did their top-four chances no harm whatsoever with a comfortable 2-0 win over Arsenal at the King Power Stadium.
Neither side could be separated at half time but the Foxes outclassed their opponents after the break.
The deadlock was broken through Jamie Vardy’s tidy finish following good work from Harvey Barnes and Youri Tielemans.
Vardy then turned provider to set up James Maddison, who drilled in the second to give Brendan Rodgers’ men a deserved three points.
The result puts Leicester second in the Premier League – although Liverpool and Manchester City will play each other on Sunday – while Arsenal is a huge eight points off the Champions League spots.
Has Leicester been such over-whelming favourites to beat Arsenal? In recent memory, probably not.
But the hosts got off to a slightly timid start with the onus clearly on them to win but Gunners midfielder Matteo Guendouzi was given a huge let-off when Caglar Soyuncu was tugged down in the box – neither the referee nor VAR giving a penalty.