Ange Postecoglou faces his second game in charge of Tottenham when his side take on Leicester City in Thailand this weekend.
The Aussie got his first taste of action on Tuesday morning in his homeland as London rivals West Ham put Spurs to the sword in a five-goal thriller. Deploying a makeshift XI, David Moyes masterminded a 3-2 win in Perth against a full-strength Tottenham side, though Postecoglou will take encouragement from the game.
His side enjoyed the lion’s share of possession (73% to 27%) and peppered Lukasz Fabianski’s goal with 32 shots to West Ham’s seven. Despite the end result, Spurs fans will like what they saw as Manor Solomon and James Maddison looked lively, with Postecoglou’s side playing some very attractive football.
Leicester meanwhile have started their preparations for a 2023/24 season in the Championship with a win and a defeat. Enzo Maresca suffered his first loss against Peterborough United earlier this month, before beating Northampton Town. His side now face two huge tests in Tottenham and then Liverpool.
Hoping to watch Leicester vs Tottenham online? Read on for your live streaming options.
When is Leicester vs Tottenham?
Leicester vs Tottenham takes place on Sunday 23rd July at the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.
What is the kick-off time for Leicester vs Tottenham?
Leicester vs Tottenham will kick-off at 11am (UK time).
Where can I watch Leicester vs Tottenham on TV?
- UK: N/A
- US: CBS Sports Network
How can I live stream Leicester vs Tottenham online?
DAZN will be live streaming Leicester vs Tottenham online for account holders in Japan.
Who is refereeing Leicester vs Tottenham?
The referee for this game is yet to be confirmed.
CopyBet special offer: Bet £10, get up to £40 in Free Sports Bets
1. Sign up at CopyBet using this link
2. Place a qualifying bet at our Sportsbook, with at least a £10 stake and 1.5 or greater odds.
3. Get 4 free bets, worth £10 each.
18+ only. New customers only. For verified UK clients only. The qualifying bet should start at £10 and have 1.5 or greater odds. Following the qualifying bet, you will receive 4 free bets that can be used one after another. Each free bet lasts for 7 days. Single bet only. Pre-Match or Live. No Cash-Out. Max payout – £500.
Leicester team news
Maresca has already signed three new players to complement the style of football fans will be expecting him to impose. A former first-team coach of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Foxes fans will be hoping for a similar brand of possession-heavy football in the Midlands, and the signings of Harry Winks and Conor Coady suggest this may be the case.
Kelechi Iheanacho leads the line for the Foxes, while Harry Winks starts against his former side.
Tottenham team news
Son Heung-min travelled with Spurs to Australia but was not used by Postecoglou in his first game, with the new boss explaining that the South Korean joined pre-season training late and will be given time to get up to speed. He starts against Leicester, alongside Harry Kane and Dejan Kulusevski in Spurs’ front three though, with Ben Davies and Destiny Udogie both coming into the back four.
Download the new Squawka Live app
- Download the Squawka Live app on the App Store or Google Play (here's the link). Currently, the app is available in the UK only.
- Follow your favourite sports, teams and leagues to receive notifications.
- Compare odds and set alerts for specific match scenarios.
- Use Squawka Live as your second screen with real-time updates from free-kicks to blocked shots and offsides.