Tottenham can pile the pressure on under-fire Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers when the two sides meet in the Premier League this weekend.
The game was confirmed to go ahead in north London despite multiple cancellations across fixtures in England’s top-flight.
Antonio Conte’s side are unbeaten in the league so far but lost 2-0 in the Champions League to Sporting Lisbon in midweek.
Whilst Leicester boss Rodgers has had almost two weeks to try and find a solution to his team’s problems as they sit at the bottom of the table without a win this season.
The Foxes have lost each of their last five Premier League games – which is manager Rodgers’ longest run of defeats in his league career.
Tottenham vs Leicester: How to follow
This Premier League tie will take place on Saturday, September 17.
Kick-off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is at 5:30pm.
The tie will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League with coverage starting at 5pm.
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Tottenham vs Leicester: Team news
Lucas Moura is the only player who will be unavailable for Tottenham on Saturday.
Harry Kane will start up front for Conte’s side and will aim to continue his superb record against Leicester.
The striker has scored 19 goals against the Foxes which is more than he has scored against any other club.
Rodgers will still have Ricardo Pereira missing and midfielder Dennis Praet is battling to be fit for the weekend.
New signing Wout Faes could go straight into the line-up to help sort out a defence that has conceded 16 goals in six games.
Tottenham vs Leicester: What’s been said?
Spurs boss Conte is hoping for a reaction from his team after they were beaten in midweek by Sporting Lisbon.
“We have to feel, we have to be a bit angry, and to try and have a good reaction,” he said.
“Because now we have the possibility to play another game in the Premier League, and for us, it’s important to get a win, but at the same time you know you’re playing against Leicester.
“The table at the moment is not faithful to them because we are talking about a really good team, a really good squad.
“We are talking about Brendan Rodgers who is a really good manager who won a lot in his career. For this reason, we have to pay great attention.”
Tottenham vs Leicester: Match facts
- Jamie Vardy has played 276 Premier League games for Leicester, the joint-most for the club along with Kasper Schmeichel. His next appearance for the club will see him become the third player to be the outright leader for each of appearances, goals and assists at a single Premier League club, along with Troy Deeney (Watford) and Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace).
- No player has had more shots without scoring in the Premier League this season than Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, with last season’s Golden Boot winner having 17 attempts without success so far.
- Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored more goals against Leicester in all competitions than he has against any other side in his senior career (19). 17 of those goals have come in the Premier League, with only Alan Shearer netting more against a specific opponent (20 vs Leeds).
- Leicester have dropped 24 points from winning positions in the Premier League so far in 2022, at least eight more than any other side. The Foxes have dropped a league-high eight such points so far this term.
- Leicester have lost each of their last five Premier League games, last losing more consecutively in December 2014 (6). It’s also manager Brendan Rodgers’ longest run of defeats in his league career across the Premier League, Championship and Scottish Premiership.
- Leicester remain bottom of the table with just one point from their six games so far this season – the last time they failed to win any of their first seven league games in a top-flight campaign was 1983-84, when they ended up finishing 15th.
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