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Leicester vs Tottenham: Match Thread

As it stands, where do you think we will finish this season?

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Patient Zero
Jun 13, 2008
Vardy, Mahrez Kane
Lloris (C), Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Dembele, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dele, Kane.

Schmeichel, Simpson, Chilwell, Morgan (C), Vardy, Albrighton, Maguire, Okazaki, Iborra, Ndidi, Mahrez.

Official Site Match Centre

89 mins Yellow Card: Lamela
86 mins Sub: Slimani for Vardy.
82 mins Sub: Choudhury for Okazaki.
79 mins GOAL Leicester 2-1 Spurs : Harry Kane

Patient build up ended with Lamela slide rule pass into Kane, right angle, rifled home. Game on.
76 mins Sub: Lamela for Eriksen.
68 mins Sub: Llorente for Dembele.

56 mins Sub: Son for Sissoko.
46 mins GOAL Leicester 2-0 Spurs : Mahrez
Ndidi into Mahrez, right side, cut inside onto his left foot and hit the top corner from 20 yards.
19 mins Yellow Card: Vertonghen for foul on Mahrez.
12 mins GOAL Leicester 1-0 Spurs : Vardy
Albrighton chipped in a pass from the left to Vardy, who looped a volley over Lloris and home from 12 yards.

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Leicester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur


2017/18 Premier League season. Match 14.


Tuesday 28th November 2017
7.45pm Kick-off (GMT).


King Power Stadium, Leicester
Opened – 2002
Capacity 32,312

To find out if the wheels are truly coming off our season…

How can I watch it:

No idea.

Meet the Opponents:

Leicester City F.C.
Nickname(s) – The Foxes
Founded – 1884
Colours – Royal Blue, shirts, shorts, and socks.
Major Honours – First Division winners once (2015-16), 7x Second Division winners (1924-25, 1936-37, 1953-54, 1956-57, 1970-71, 1979-80, 2013-14), Third Division winners once (2008-09), 3x League Cup winners (1963-64, 1996-97, 1999-2000)
Owners – King Power International Group
Chairman – Thaiguywithverylongname
Manager – Claude Puel (since October 2017)

Tottenham Hotspur from:
1. Hugo Lloris, 2. Kieran Trippier, 3. Danny Rose, 4. Toby Alderweireld, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 6. Davinson Sanchez, 7. Heung-Min Son, 10. Harry Kane, 11. Erik Lamela, 12. Victor Wanyama, 13. Michel Vorm, 14. George-Kevin Nkoudou, 15. Eric Dier, 17. Moussa Sissoko, 18. Fernando Llorente, 19. Mousa Dembele, 20. Dele Alli, 21. Juan Foyth, 22. Paulo Gazzaniga, 23. Christian Eriksen, 24. Serge Aurier, 29. Harry Winks, 33. Ben Davies, 37. Kyle Walker-Peters, 42. Anthony Georgiou, 46. Tashan Oakley-Boothe (Others TBA).
Manager – Mauricio Pochettino

Leicester City:
1. Kasper Schmeichel (GK), 2. Danny Simpson, 3. Ben Chilwell, 5. Wes Morgan, 6. Robert Huth, 7. Demarai Gray, 8. Kelechi Iheanacho, 9. Jamie Vardy, 10. Andy King, 11. Marc Albrighton, 12. Ben Hamer (GK), 13. Ahmed Musa, 14. Adrien Silva, 15. Harry Maguire, 16. Aleksandar Dragovic, 17. Eldin Jakupovic (GK), 18. Daniel Amartey, 19. Islam Slimani, 20. Shinji Okazaki, 21. Vicente Iborra, 22. Matty James, 23. Leonardo Ulloa, 25. Wilfred Ndidi, 26. Riyad Mahrez, 28. Christian Fuchs, 29, Yohan Benalouane, 34. Josh Knight, 38. Hamza Choudhury

Team News:

Spurs – Toby Alderweireld and Victor Wanyama still injured. Harry Winks (illness) is a doubt.

Leicester – Robert Huth and Matty James are out injured.

Match Officials:
Referee – Anthony Taylor

Assisted by – Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn
4th Official – Chris Kavanagh

Weather Forecast:
Dry, Temperature will be a blisteringly hot 3c.

Score Predictor:

Leicester 7 Spurs 4
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Well-Known Member
Aug 3, 2017
I’ve been depressed all week and haven’t gone outside for 8 days now because of my anxiety but from being pessimistic Im looking very forward to this game. Can’t wait to see Lamela again! COYS


Gatekeeper for debates, King of the plonkers
Jan 27, 2011
I’ve been depressed all week and haven’t gone outside for 8 days now because of my anxiety but from being pessimistic Im looking very forward to this game. Can’t wait to see Lamela again! COYS

Please tell me this isn't because of Spurs?

Everlasting Seconds

Well-Known Member
Jan 9, 2014
I refuse to stop believing in top 4. I think it's a realistic target, and I believe we are the 3rd/4th best team in the league this season. I rationally understand that failing to solidify top 4 both vs. other top 4 contenders and vs. teams battling relegation is a huge warning sign. However, one thing about Pochettino, he always finds a way to hit a winning streak.


SC Veteran
Jun 4, 2004
Wasn't sure how they were doing so had a look at recent results, they've been loving a draw. In their last 6 games they've won 2 (Everton & Swansea), drawn 3 (West Ham, Stoke & WBA) and lost 1 (City). They're sitting mid-table right now so having a pretty average season.

We smashed them 6-1 last season in corresponding fixture and I don't feel that they're any stronger. We've been better away than we have at home and Leicester will try to attack us so I'd like to think that this plays more into our usual game plan.

My prediction is 3-1 win for Spurs although I defo have the fear that we could end up on the wrong end of a narrow loss. We seem like a different team from CL to Prem but then it really is coming down to how teams gameplan for us in the league. In an open game we're better than most in the league, only City would be more ruthless than us, however, City have enough creativity and attacking prowess to roll over any team that sits in deep and we've not been able to do that yet.

I have every confidence that we'll get there but right now we have to tread carefully and make sure we get results in games like tonight.


Well-Known Member
Aug 30, 2010
At least they won't be putting 10 players behind the ball and defending the edge of their area. We should be able to outpass them if we can get hold of the ball. Need to get the energy back into the pressing which seems to have gone AWOL lately. Hope Lamela gets a run out and would like Winks and Moussa in CM.


I'm SUPER cereal.
Nov 18, 2007
Every team (apart from City, it seems) are going to at some point go through a patch of poor form. It's unfortunate that ours seems to be happening at a similar time in the season as last year, but I'm confident we'll get through it.

4 points in our last 4 games isn't great, but if we can nick a result tonight we'll be a lot more confident going in to the game against Watford. Believe!


Well-Known Member
Dec 30, 2015
How are leicester playing this year?

Not great, and they couldn't hold their lead against West Ham the other night, but there are still sparks of their dangerous old selves when going forward. Mahrez looks a bit more up for it in recent weeks than at the start of the season.


Well-Known Member
Sep 20, 2005
How are leicester playing this year?

Only time I’ve seen them is against West Ham and apart from 15 mins in the first half they were shit.

The manager is trying to change their style and it’s not working from what I saw.

I said at the time that if we are up for it I think we’ll smash them, so in true Spurs fan tradition I now fully expect a disappointing performance and defeat.


Juicy corned beef
Jan 27, 2011
As with every game, a win is a must.

A loss tonight, and all of a sudden things are starting to look a tiny bit ominous.

I'm mildly confident, but then I was against WBA at the weekend, too. And look how that panned out...

I think it totally depends whether the team decide to show up or not.

I'd also like to see some dynamism and some true effort this evening.

A cameo for Lamela would also be sweet.


Well-Known Member
Aug 18, 2012
depends on wich tottenham turns up tonight.

The liverpool one - or the arsenal one.

Feels a bit like old times - you just never know until kick-off:confused: