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Leicester City's Marc Albrighton: 'We'll recover from defeat to Arsenal'

Marc Albrighton describes Leicester City's defeat to Arsenal as a "stumbling block", but expects the team to bounce back against Norwich City.

Leicester City winger Marc Albrighton has described his side's recent loss to Arsenal as a "stumbling block".

The Foxes currently sit at the top of the Premier League table, but their lead was reduced to two points following last weekend's 2-1 defeat to the Gunners.

Leicester's next league game is against Norwich City and they have 10 days to prepare as they are not in FA Cup action this weekend.

"[The defeat to Arsenal is] a stumbling block but we've come through tests before," The Mirror quotes Albrighton as saying. "We lost to Arsenal and Liverpool but we just bounced straight back and we'll do that again this time, I'm confident of that.

"It was taken out of our hands a little bit but we fought to the end and unfortunately a set piece has killed us. We've got a break now to go away with our families and when we come back we'll be ready for the game against Norwich."

Leicester have lost just three of their 26 league games this season.

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