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Leicester vs Tottenham: Predictions
Leicester City’s hopes of a top-four spot took a huge blow on Tuesday night in their game at Stamford Bridge which saw Chelsea take all three points in a 2-1 win for Thomas Tuchel’s side. Liverpool’s victory at Turf Moor on Wednesday night against Burnley took Jurgen Klopp’s men above the Foxes into the top four, leaving Leicester’s top-four fate out of their hands.
Spurs fans will be desperate for this season to come to an end on Sunday after what has been a hugely disappointing campaign for the north London side. Ryan Mason’s perfect home record as the interim manager came crashing to an end on Wednesday night with a disastrous 2-1 defeat against Aston Villa which puts their Europa League hopes out of their hands.
It will still make for a successful season for the Foxes regardless of whether they finish in the top four or not. FA Cup success last weekend marked their first-ever FA Cup trophy in their history, but Brendan Rodgers will still have his eyes on all three points against a side in which he has heavily been linked to amid Spurs’ search for a new boss.
The future of Harry Kane with the N17 club is beginning to look less and less likely following the latest quotes to emerge from the England captain. If reports are to be believed, this could well be the last time the 27-year-old plays in the lilywhite of Tottenham Hotspur. If so, will he put on a show for the spectating Spurs fans.
Leicester vs Tottenham: Match Stats
All eyes will be on Tottenham’s Harry Kane on Sunday, however, the league’s most in-form striker will be wearing the blue of Leicester City. Kelechi Iheanacho has been in scintillating form as of late with 11 league goals in his last 11 games. The Nigerian striker netted in Tuesday’s clash at the Bridge after just 16 minutes having come on as a second-half substitute.
In Tottenham’s last nine games across all competitions, the north London side have only been able to keep two clean sheets which came against the Premier League’s bottom side in Sheffield United and recently against Wolves. Defensive issues have been a huge cause for concern with Spurs this season with Sergio Reguilon’s own goal on Wednesday pretty much summing up their season.
Leicester vs Tottenham: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Leicester 3-1 Tottenham
Leicester vs Tottenham: Odds
Leicester vs Tottenham: Head-to-Head
20 December 2020 – Tottenham 0-2 Leicester – Premier League
19 July 2020 – Tottenham 3-0 Leicester – Premier League
21 September 2019 – Leicester 2-1 – Tottenham Premier League
10 February 2019 – Tottenham 3-1 – Leicester Premier League
08 December 2018 – Leicester 0-2 – Tottenham Premier League
13 May 2018 – Tottenham 5-4 – Leicester Premier League
These two sides met on the last day of the season three years ago and that produced a Premier League classic as Spurs prevailed in a 5-4 thriller. However, the Foxes will be hoping to take the points this weekend with their Champions League hopes dependant on it.