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Tottenham vs Leicester live stream: Is game on TV? Channel and team news

Will Beaman

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Tottenham vs Leicester live stream: Is game on TV? Channel and team news

Tottenham will be looking to keep their unbeaten run going when they face 20th placed Leicester at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

Aside from their 2-0 defeat to Sporting Lisbon in midweek, Tottenham come into the game in fine form, sitting in 3rd place in the Premier League, having won 4 of their opening 6 League games without tasting defeat.

Depending on Manchester City’s result away at Wolves on Saturday morning, Antonio Conte’s side could potentially go top of the League with a win, albeit with a game in hand on Arsenal, who’s game against Brentford has been postponed.

Son Heung-Min, who finished second in the golden boot race last season, will be hoping to bag his first goal of the season against the Foxes, having uncharacteristically failed to score in his opening six league appearances.

Leicester on the other hand travel to White Hart Lane bottom of the League after a miserable start to the season and are the only team in the top flight yet to win a game.

Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to turn his fortunes around on Saturday but another defeat could spell the end of his reign at the King Power Stadium.

Here’s everything you need to know about Spurs vs Leicester:

Tottenham vs Leicester TV Channel and Live Stream:

The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event as well as being streamed live on theSky Go app for all viewers in the UK.

Kick-off is scheduled for 5.30pm BST on Saturday 17th September.

Tottenham vs Leicester Team News:

Tottenham’s only injury concern is Lucas Moura, who is yet to recover from a fitness issue, but Conte could opt to make wholesale changes after a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Sporting Lisbon.

Emerson Royal is expected to be dropped from the side after a performance to forget in Lisbon. Ryan Sessengon could earn himself another start, having started the season in fine form.

Aside from Belgian Midfielder Dennis Praet, who is an injury doubt for the trip to White Hart Lane, and long-term absentees Ricardo Pereira and Ryan Bertrand, Brendan Rodgers will have a fully fit squad at his disposal as he tries to remove his side from the bottom of the Premier League.


Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Premier League

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