Mesut Ozil got the goal as he found the bottom corner with a superb finish from a Bellerin cross following a flowing move.
"It was a good match from Mesut but I believe in every player and every different system and position".
Elsewhere, Cech can be expected to replace Bernd Leno in goal, Ozil will likely be preferred to Alex Iwobi in the midfield while Aubameyang could feature behind Alexandre Lacazette in attack. "It's been a genius Ozil", Sutton said on BBC Radio 5Live.
That goal sparked Arsenal in to life as we finished the first half strongly and we grabbed a barely-deserved equaliser just before the break.
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The victory was Arsenal's 10th on the bounce, a fitting number for the star of the show, the Gunners No 10, Mesut Ozil.
The Gunners would do even better three minutes later on one of the prettiest goals we've seen this Premier League season. "He can make us look very unsafe going forward".
Arsenal now have wins in 10 consecutive games in all competitions for the first time since 12 in 2007.
The Gunners are on a run of nine straight league wins and have never lost to the Foxes at home in the Premier League - a record they will be desperate to continue as they bid to stay in touch with Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table.
And Ozil became the highest scoring German player in Premier League history (30 goals).