This game is going to be a fierce battle, not minding which team will be at home. One side is fighting to remain on the top 4 spots, and the other will be fighting to climb a step higher on the league table. This would definitely be an opportunity for Leicester City to prove themselves and fix the loss they conceived in their last match, which should have put them in the top 3. On the other hand, Tottenham may be below on the table, but when it comes to playing, they’re all in. They must secure a win to at least stay above Wolves to at least be in the 6th position.
Head to Head (H2H)
Tottenham obviously has the upper hand in their last 8 H2H matches. They have won 5 of the games and Leicester has won just 2, the last one was a draw. However, does this look like it would make any tangible difference in tomorrow’s game? Well, their standings on the table don’t quite agree. There is a chance that Leicester will come up to win this game even as the away team.
In their last 8 H2H matches, Tottenham had always had a goal in the net for their team, even when they lost. Tottenham happens to become a chance and goal creating team whenever they’re up against Leicester. The winning margins have been strictly kept around two goals. However, Tottenham has once won with a 5-goal margin even as the away team. Is this going to count in tomorrow’s game? Well, we can only wait to find out.
Previous games records
Tottenham has managed to do well since the premier league’s resumption, losing only one of their games, drawing 2, and winning the rest. They have come against teams like Manchester United, Everton, and Arsenal and have been able to come up with at least 1 point. The team is obviously ready for this challenge with Leicester City.
Leicester, on the other hand, has done pretty poorly since the premier league resumed. They have lost three matches, drawn 3, and won just 2. This team has been having a difficult time winning against both average and big teams. The only teams they’ve managed to win are Sheffield United and Crystal Palace. We can only hope that they’ll be able to perform some sort of miracle or use their will to meet UCL’s target to win this game.
The Tottenham side looks to be bouncing back from their previous fall. The team may not be at it’s best based on what we used to know them to be, which could be because of a change in management and coordination, but they’re surely not going to relent on this one. Leicester City is also not lacking players who are talented in their own rights, but can they win back home in this game? We’ll find out tomorrow.
We will put it at 2.5 for Tottenham to win, 3.0 for Leicester to win, and 2.5 for a draw.
Well, may the best team win.