English Premier League IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0, Match Preview Live Stream and TV telecast: Tottenham will be hosting the reigning Premier League Champions Leicester City on Saturday, October 29th.
English Premier League IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0 Match Preview and Live Stream
Match: Tottenham Vs Leicester City (English Premier League)
Date: October 29th, 2016; 19:30 IST, 10:00 EDT, 15:00 BST, 14:00 GMT+0
Venue: White Hart Lane, London
Tottenham Vs Leicester City TV Details: Star Sports Select HD1 (Indian viewers); NBC Sports Live, SiriusXM FC (USA viewers); BBC Radio (UK viewers)
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Head coach Mauricio Pochettino’s side is the only remaining undefeated team in the English Premier League after nine matchweeks this term. The team has settled for a draw in its last two matches following a four-game winning streak and is currently sitting at the fifth spot in the overall table. The Spurs were held to a goalless draw by contending Eddie Howe’s side Bournemouth on the road at the Vitality Stadium last Saturday. With that tie, Tottenham had missed the opportunity to take league leadership from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City even as they controlled 62 percent of the ball possessions throughout the match. As regards injury news, two main concerns for Spurs are Toby Alderweireld and Harry Kane who are sidelined for this fixture.
Meantime, defending Premier League Champions have been struggling in the tournament this term, but their last game was an amazing one. Leicester won Crystal Palace 3–1 at their home ground of King Power Stadium, prior to that, they defeated Copenhagen in UCL and are now on 2‑game winning spell. They seem to be back on track, but they have a hard task against a strong Spurs squad who are yet to taste a loss in the league. As for the visiting team injury news, midfielder Andy King is doubtful for this match, whilst summer signing Nampalys Mendy remains out with an ankle injury.
Tottenham Vs Leicester City: Head-to-Head Stats
Tottenham and Leicester have met seven times in all competitions in the last two seasons, with Spurs enjoying three wins to Leicester’s two (D2).
Leicester’s 1–0 win in January away to Spurs was their first league victory at White Hart Lane since October 1999 (D1 L3).