Tottenham v Leicester Live Streaming : Spurs look good bet in FA Cup Third Round

The battle for the Premier League title will be put to one side on Sunday as Leicester City travel to White Hart Lane to take on Spurs.

Claudio Ranieri’s side are currently second in the table, two points behind leaders Arsenal and four ahead of fourth place Spurs.

The Foxes are the 2nd top scorers in the league but they will head into the cup clash without a goal in their last three games. During that run they have drawn with Manchester City and Bournemouth, their only defeat coming against Liverpool.

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Despite their recent blanks in front of goal, the game should be an entertaining affair with both teams scoring in each of their last six meetings. Their clashes have averaged 4.6 goals a game during that period including a 4-4 draw, a 4-3 win for Spurs and a 3-2 win for Leicester.

The two sides drew 1-1 when they met in August with Riyad Mahrez rescuing a point for the Foxes, a minute after Deli Alli had opened the scoring for Spurs.

When they met in the FA Cup last season, Leicester scored two late goals from Leonardo Ulloa and Jeffrey Schlupp to secure their place in the next round. They also met in the cup in 2006 with the Foxes again prevailing, this time running out 3-2 winners.

Ranieri is set to be without a key man with Jamie Vardy ruled out. The 15 goal forward will undergo surgery on a groin injury which will rule him out for the majority of the month.

Schlupp will be also be missing for the away side with a hamstring injury, while Moussa Dembele, Clinton N’Jie and Alex Pritchard will all be missing for the home side.

Danny Rose, Nacer Chadli, Kieran Trippier and Nabil Bentaleb will all hope to start after being on the bench for the 1-1 draw with Everton.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.