EPL: Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City Live Stream and Match Preview

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Antonio Conte’s frustration turned to fury in a matter of minutes during the week when his Tottenham side conceded two injury-time goals in their 2-0 UEFA Champions League defeat against Sporting Lisbon, bidding farewell to their undefeated 2022/23 start. Conte may have wished for the postponement of this fixture in line with a select couple of other Premier League (PL) games, but instead another quickfire turnaround gives what Conte describes as another chance to “break old habits” of big names expecting to avoid rotation.


Conte has telegraphed potential changes based on form, demanding his side “can do much better” and it’s easy to see where he’s coming from after their midweek capitulation. After that game saw his side concede 2+ goals in any competitive outing for the first time since a draw away to Chelsea in mid-August, the Spurs defence will need to be sharp from start to finish, having edged out upcoming opponents Leicester City in three consecutive PL H2Hs despite five of the six halves of football seeing both teams score.


Given the Foxes have lost their last five PL outings, and with a hefty 16 goals conceded across the PL season, another high-scoring affair isn’t out of the question. That form stands as their worst six-game start to a league season in any division since the beginning of the PL era - an alarming fall from grace considering Leicester have never finished worse than eighth during the Rodgers era, leading to tumours that chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha is considering the Northern Irishman’s immediate future.


Rodgers has described the last two months as “the most challenging period I’ve had as a manager”, and the sight of Lilywhite may not be something he’ll be particularly pleased to see as he seeks instant success to potentially save his job. Rodgers has lost six of his nine competitive clashes with Tottenham excluding his Liverpool stint (W2, D1), including four of the last five with Leicester (W1).


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Players to watch: Tottenham star Harry Kane has struck more goals (19) against Leicester than any other opposition, including in each of the last four H2H wins. On the other hand, Kelechi Iheanacho’s three goalscoring appearances against Tottenham for either Leicester or Manchester City all ended in defeat!


Hot stat: More than half (nine) of Leicester’s 16 goals conceded this PL season have been recorded after the 60th minute.
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