Betting tips for Tottenham VS Leicester 10.02.2019
Tottenham and Leicester City are in action at Wembley this Sunday to challenge for the 26th round of the Premier League. The Spurs arrive here motivated after they have managed to get close to the top two, being now 5 points from the top of the table. On the other side comes Leicester City arrives here after a defeat at the hands of Manchester United and coach Claude Puel begins to displease to the direction of the club after five consecutive games without winning, in all the competitions.
Tottenham are in third place with 57 points, with 19 wins and 6 losses, with 51 goals scored and 24 goals conceded. After losing at home to Manchester United (0-1), the Spurs were eliminated and won the following three consecutive league games against Fulham (1-2), Watford (2-1) and Newcastle (1- 0). However, these latest victories have all been pulled to irons, with the winning goals being all pointed even at the end of the match.
The team led by Mauricio Pochettino comes here to need to continue the winning moment, and at home has a good record in the league, having won 8 of 11 matches played here, losing the remaining 3 with 21 goals scored and 10 goals conceded. After losing at home to Wolverhampton and Manchester United, the Spurs were eliminated and beat Watford and Newcastle, two games where they held the victory even when falling, something that Pochettino needs to resolve quickly, as the opponent in the field has good weapons. His Alli, Harry Kane and Ben Davies are low in weight, the three injured.
Leicester City are in 11th place with 32 points, with 9 wins, 5 draws and 11 losses, with 30 goals scored and 31 goals conceded. Leicester City have been disappointing and have come here unbeaten in the last four league games, losing to Southampton (1-2) and Wolverhampton (4-3), tying Liverpool 1-1 (1-1) day, losing against Manchester United.
Foxes have proved to be very fickle, capable of the best and the worst as they have recently beaten Chelsea and Manchester City and drew 1-1 against Liverpool, but have lost games against teams like Cardiff City and Southampton. Out of doors, the team have won only 2 of their last 7 league games, although they have also lost only 2 of those 7. Daniela Amartey and Marc Albrighton remain out, both injured. Claude Puel's side was in the air to start the match. 0 - 2 was the score after the first half.
Tottenham continue to have difficulties in ensuring a comfortable victory and receives here a very irregular Leicester, capable of the best and the worst. The last time the two teams met in this stronghold, the game ended with a 5-4 win by Tottenham. A game with 9 goals is not expected, but it is to believe in a lively match and with several occasions of goal in the two beacons.