Having taken a hammering last weekend, can Spurs get back to winning ways against rock bottom Leicester? Opta reveals all.
Five of the last seven meetings between Tottenham and Leicester in all competitions have ended with a 2-1 scoreline. A 2-1 Spurs win is 9.28/1.
There have been two meetings so far between these teams this season, both ending in 2-1 away wins (Spurs won the reverse Barclays Premier League game, while Leicester won in the FA Cup at White Hart Lane). A 2-1 Leicester win is 20.019/1.
Leonardo Ulloa has scored in all four of his starts against the two big north London sides Arsenal and Tottenham. Ulloa is 3.814/5 to score.
Leicester City have won just one of their last 13 Premier League away games (W1 D2 L10). Spurs are 1.68/13 to win.
Tottenham are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League matches at White Hart Lane (W6 D3) and have
lost just one of the last 15 home games in all competitions (W10 D4 L1) but that was to Leicester in the FA Cup. A Leicester win is 1.618/13.
Spurs have recovered 16 points from losing positions in the Premier League this season, more than any other team. The half-time Leicester/full-time Tottenham double result is priced at 29.028/1.
The Foxes have failed to score a first-half goal in any of their last seven Premier League games. You can back the second-half to contain the most goals at 1.875/6.
Christian Eriksen has scored more winning goals than any other player in the Premier League this season (6). Eriksen is 2.68/5 to score.
Esteban Cambiasso has scored three goals from just four shots on target for Leicester. Cambiasso is 6.5n/a to score.
Wes Morgan has blocked more opposition shots than any other Premier League player this season (39). Under 2.5 goals is 2.35/4.