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Leicester will be hosting Tottenham Hotspur for it’s home fixture in the ongoing Premier League. Tottenham is currently at the 7th place on the points table, with 25 points. The team is just one point behind Arsenal, which is in 6th place. A victory against Leicester will earn Tottenham 3 valuable points, helping it overtake Arsenal and Manchester United, and move to the 5th place in points table
Tottenham has a lead over Leicester by 3 points, which is at 8th place with 22 points. However, to its advantage, Tottenham has played only 14 games compared to Leicester's 16. Tottenham has placed the least number of games so far this season, as its match against Brighton was postponed due to a COVID outbreak within the players and support staff.
The Foxes have had their share of concerns, and have had to rest a `host of players´ after they tested positive for COVID 19. In its away fixture against Napoli for the Europa League, as many as 7 players were unavailable. Midfielder Daniel Amartey has since then been declared fit and might be available for this key match.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Leicester City F. C. vs Tottenham Hotspur F. C., Premier League 2021-21. The match is going to be played at the King Power Stadium, Leicester, on the 16th of December, 2021.
Despite both the teams having a number of members suffering from COVID, we would hope the game to go ahead as scheduled.
The last five head-to-head contests between the two teams at the Premier League show that both are pretty evenly matched, with Tottenham winning three of them, and losing two.
Tottenham, who had a wobbly start to the league, have composed well under the newly appointed coach Antonio Conte, winning 3 and drawing one game played under him so far. Despite Harry Kane’s poor form, Moura and Son Heung-min have held the ship steady, and kept Tottenham at a respectable place on the points table.
The Foxes on the other hand seem a bit lacking this season, and have shown no flair and free-flowing attacking play that had become synonymous with them during the past seasons. However, they will be coming to this game buoyed by a thumping 4-0 win against Newcastle United on the same ground.
Judging by the past records, and on paper strength of both the teams, we expect an evenly matched contest, with no team having a significant advantage over the other.
Bet on a draw.
There are a number of players missing from both teams because of COVID and that will cause a shift in balance. This affects the fluency with which the teams play and the number of chances that they create. We don't see a lot of goals being scored in this match as the teams were anyway struggling for goals in their previous encounters and things are going to just be more difficult with first-choice players missing.