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It has been a disastrous pair of Saturdays for Tottenham and with just one point earned from the last six on offer, they have ceded their Champions League qualification momentum to rivals Arsenal.
Now though, they will look to get their late push back on track and with Leicester fully focused on success in the Europa Conference League, the Foxes may lack substantial bite this coming Sunday.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
There is no doubt that Tottenham need to return to winning ways this Sunday and failure to do so, may all but scupper their bid to return to the Champions League. Thankfully for them though, they play host to Leicester side who are no good on their domestic travels.
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After an impressive winning streak was cultivated, Tottenham deservedly moved into the top-four of the Premier League and after Arsenal lost to Brighton, it was the white half of North London who became favourites to earn an invite to the Champions League.
While even though Tottenham lost to Brighton seven days later, they would still find themselves in the driving seat and this was due to Southampton’s subsequent win over Arsenal.
Fast forward another seven days and in a week where Arsenal picked up maximum points from meetings with both Chelsea and Manchester United, Tottenham struggled to get even a draw away at Brentford.
Which means we now find ourselves with Tottenham lying 5th in the Premier League table and more importantly, two points behind Arsenal with the upcoming North London derby just around the corner.
Therefore, Tottenham must make sure they keep themselves in range of the Gunners and as long as the gap between them and the current 4th place side is three points or less, it is still all to play for on May 12th.
With no win in their last three Premier League matches, it does suggest that Leicester’s domestic interest has now come to an end and with a Europa Conference League semi-final to deal with, that is more than understandable.
Then again, even though the Foxes have only picked up two points from the last nine on offer, they still start this weekend lying in the top-ten of the Premier League table and with games in hand over their nearest rivals.
However, that optimism must also be tempered by those same European exploits and with Brendan Rodgers and his players putting all their eggs in a continental basket, a top half finish is not necessarily a given.
Especially when you consider that they could be just 270 minutes away from returning to the Europa League next season and therefore, the pursuit of league places is no longer a concern at the King Power Stadium.
With that said, Leicester have formed something of a rivalry with Tottenham since 2016 and although they may have dropped down a few gears in recent weeks, they could still find some drive by the time Sunday comes around.
When it comes to the history of Tottenham and Leicester, it is the North London outfit who have come out on top more often than not and of course, who can forget the last time these two sides met.
With Leicester winning 2-1 at the King Power Stadium and the game entering injury time, Tottenham would score not once but twice in the final few seconds and record a remarkable 3-2 win in the Premier League.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium opened in 2019 and holds up to 62,062 supporters
A stadium that took years of planning and legal wrangling to complete, but one that was certainly worth the wait and with this being a venue that also stages NFL and Rugby matches, sport is not the only entertainment on offer either.
Because this is a location that now also hosts music concerts and with all this additional revenue coming into the club, it means Tottenham will soon have a considerable amount of money to spend in the transfer market.
When it comes to the Premier League outright odds for a top-four finish. Tottenham’s have lengthened in the past couple of weeks and now they find themselves at a longer price than that of rivals Arsenal.