Early Team News: Tottenham VS Leicester City

Tottenham hostpur to face Leicester
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After a long break, the English Premier League is returning tonight. However, the matches of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Leeds United have been postponed. But there is still a big clash in the Gameweek 8 as Tottenham Hotspur will face Leicester City tomorrow.

There are only two Premier League teams that have not lost a match. Tottenham Hotspur is one of them. On the other hand, Leicester City are the only team to lose five of their six games so far in the league.

Records, Stats & Forms

Tottenham Hotspur are having a perfect time in the English Premier League. With 14 points, they sit in 3rd place after six matches. However, they have equal points with Man City. But due to the goal difference, the Spurs stand in the 3rd. 

Tottenham Hotspur have won three matches and tied the remaining three. On the other side, Leicester City are having one of the worst seasons in their history. They are the only side in the league not to win a game after six matches. With five consecutive defeats, Leicester City are at the bottom of the table with one point only.

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In addition, Tottenham Hotspur have good records against the Foxes. They have won seven of their last nine clashes against Leicester City. Moreover, Spurs have won four of their last five home games, scoring at least three goals against Leicester City each time.

Team News

Leicester City have the whole squad fit. But Ricardo Pereira and Ryan Bertrand will not be part of the squad for the trip to Tottenham.

On Tottenham’s side, they have no injury concern in their squad except for Lucas Moura. He is the only absentee for Tottenham. The remaining players are ready to face Leicester City at the Spurs Stadium. However, Tottenham boss Antonio Conte has talked about his players. While speaking to the media, he said,

“When we start again to play so many games, we have to be ready, because I will need all of my players. If we want to continue in these four competitions, especially the Champions Legaue, I need to have all the players available.”