Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City: Preview and Predicted Line-ups

Tottenham Hotspur host Leicester City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday evening in The English Premier League fixture.

Leicester are at 4th after winning 8 games this season have secured 24 points. Tottenham are at 2nd and have a one point lead over Leicester.

Tottenham have won only 7 games but drew 4 times. Leicester have been in hit-or-break form. Both teams did lose their last and important fixture in the league and will be hoping for a comeback on Sunday

Tottenham vs Leicester City Preview:

Tottenham are in fine form even though they suffered a narrow 2-1 loss to Liverpool. After the game, Jurgen Klopp said that he liked the mentality with which the Tottenham players assert themselves into the game with.

Leicester too are back from a loss. They lost 0-2 to Everton at King Power Stadium. They have won 5 of 6 away games this season will be looking to continue their good run.

Tottenham have won 5 of their last 7 games against Leicester City scoring 21 goals across all games.

Leicester have won just one Premier League away game against Spurs in their 9 encounters. The last time they won at Tottenham was during their 2015-16 title-winning season.

Tottenham have only failed to score once on their last 20 Premier League games with Leicester. They have also won their final league match before Christmas for the last 7 seasons except last season.

Tottenham’s Form : L – D – W – D – W

Leicester’s Form : L – W – W – L – L

Tottenham vs Leicester City Team News:

Tottenham will miss the services of Erik Lamela and Japhet Tanganga. They have a their core player without injuries and will be a looking to earn a positive result.

Leicester have a double defensive boost ahead of the clash. Jonny Evans is back from from suspension and can get back into the starting line-up. Timothy Castagne will return to what would be his first game in 8 weeks.

Tottenham Hotspurs XI:

Leicester City XI

Predicted Score-line:

Both the team look to attack the team on the break. Leicester tend to attack more when the opponent plays defensive. Tottenham are lethal on the counter and are solid at the back.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Leicester City.

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