EPL: Spurs vs LCFC




Tottenham Hotspur is determined to occupy the 6th position that Wolves is holding with 1 point less thereby winning the right to participate in the Europa League next season. But in this penultimate round, they will face former king Leicester City looking to consolidate 4th place.

After having won 4 and 1 draw from the last 6 matches, Spurs are now only 1 point away from Wolverhampton Wanderers with the remaining 2 matches for winning tickets to the European Cup next season. Having suffered a significant knee injury in June, Foyth will miss the rest of this season in front of a potential exit in the summer. Despite not disclosing the severity of Ndombele's knee problem, Mourinho has said that the Frenchman will not play the other two clubs in the Premier League. While Alli has returned to training this week following a hamstring injury, Mourinho has said that the midfielder will not be able to play on Sunday, however, the England international is expected to be present for the final match. of the season with Crystal Palace. Dier is serving a four-match ban after being severely punished for facing a fan in the stands during the March FA Cup defeat to Norwich City and Mourinho's defensive-minded pet will be available. Ready for the trip to Selhurst Park on the last day of the season. Tottenham have won all of their last 3 home games (Premier League) and Tottenham have seen more than 2.5 goals in 9 of the last 11 home games against Leicester in all competitions. The latest round of Spurs has continued the excitement from the victory over rivals Arsenal to beat Newcastle United, who have finished 3-1, Harry Kane shined with a brace to take 15 goals this season. Son Heung Min's remaining feat and the Korean striker also scored 11 Premier League goals from the start of the season.

Leicester were without Ben Chilwell and James Maddison for the last two games of the season, and Marc Albrighton was also a suspect for the Foxes. Caglar Soyuncu will miss his second match in a three-match suspension after a red card in a 0-0 draw with Bournemouth, while Christian Fuchs's absence for Luke Thomas on the left flank also worries The Foxes defense. to settle. Demarai Gray will hope that his goal against Sheffield United is enough to earn him a place in the starting line-up for his trip to North London. Leicester have failed to win last seven matches away from home and after a series of disappointing results. 


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