Tottenham Hotspur host Leicester City in matchday 26 of the Premier League on Sunday 10th February, 1:30pm at Wembley Stadium.
The hosts currently sit in 3rd place in the table having beaten Newcastle United 1-0 last time out, while the visitors are in 12th after their 0-1 loss against Manchester United.
Redknapp’s ghost Tottenham have set a new Premier League record of going 29 Premier League games without a single draw. The last top-flight team to have a longer run were Portsmouth between March 1928-February 1929 (38 games).
SPURS XI Lloris (C), Trippier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Rose, Winks, Sissoko, Skipp, Eriksen, Son, Llorente.
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Goals on demand Over the course of their previous 20 Premier League matches, Mauricio Pochettino’s men have scored at a rate of over two goals per game. What’s more, a minimum of three goals have been netted in six of their last eight fixtures at this level.
Early Spurs strike? Leicester have a significant problem when it comes to conceding first, doing so nine times in their most recent 11 Premier League games. Tottenham, by way of contrast, have gone 1-0 up in six of their last eight top-flight fixtures at Wembley.