It could be just as close this time around too. "Leicester ended their long wait for a victory when they beat Aston Villa last week but they are not out of trouble yet. I think Southampton and Bournemouth are done, and will both go down, but that still leaves one relegation place to be filled. "At the other end of the table, Tottenham are finally showing signs of having some consistency with three straight wins in all competitions, and they will be hoping their manager Antonio Conte is back in the dugout after his operation. "Spurs will miss suspended defender Cristian Romero, who was sent off against Manchester City, and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is injured - I might be wrong but I don't think that losing Lloris is a disaster for them, and they should carry on their good run. " Prediction: Leicester 1-2 Tottenham Paul Merson, meanwhile, thinks both sides will play out a 2-2 draw. He said: "Tottenham have got six points from their last two games in the Premier League.
Pundits disagree in Leicester vs Tottenham prediction as 'disaster' comment madeLeicester City return to Premier League action as they host Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday (3pm). The Foxes will be full of confidence heading into the match after picking up their first win since the return from the World Cup against Aston Villa last weekend.
"I thought Leicester and Tottenham had brilliant results last weekend - they were both outstanding. This is a hard game, and it's going to be entertaining. Leicester score goals, and I think they'll be able to hold Tottenham to a draw. Prediction: Leicester City 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur What do you think the score will be? Have your say in the comments section... READ NEXT: Leicester City striker transfer, new goalkeeper, Leeds deal collapse – questions answered Leicester City predicted line-up v Tottenham: Two welcome selection dilemmas for Brendan Rodgers Club president speaks out about Leicester City transfer rejection as owner influence denied Former Leicestershire school teacher takes charge of Leeds United at Manchester United Get the latest Leicester City news all in one place here Story SavedYou can find this story in My Bookmarks.
If Harry Kane wasn't playing, they would've got only one point. He's just a phenomenal finisher. With him in the team, Tottenham are in the top-four race. "James Maddison is back for Leicester, and he makes a massive difference for the team. They were excellent against Aston Villa and scored four goals away from home.
READ MORE: Caglar Soyuncu 'devastated' by Turkey earthquake as he appeals for Leicester help READ MORE: Inter Milan eyeing €20m transfer for Leicester City star In his latest weekly predictions column for BBC Sport, Chris Sutton is backing Spurs to come away with the three points at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon. He thinks they are beginning to finally show some consistency and has disagreed with the general consensus that injury to Hugo Lloris is a big problem for Conte's side. He said: "I was at King Power Stadium to see Tottenham nick the points in absolutely stunning style in this fixture last season, when Steven Bergwijn scored twice in injury time to give them a 3-2 win.
Three of City's front four were all on the scoresheet as Leicester ran out 4-2 winners at Villa Park, with all the club's January signings starting and making an impact. Tottenham, meanwhile, are also on a high having defeated Manchester City 1-0 last time out for a third win in a row in all competitions. Following surgery on his gallbladder, Antonio Conte is also back in the country, though Hugo Lloris (injured) and Cristian Romero (suspended) are absent.
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