Tottenham Hotspur will be hoping to bounce back from their Sporting CP defeat when they face Leicester City in the Premier League encounter on Saturday in London.
Antonio Conte’s side suffered a 2-0 loss in Lisbon in midweek, while Brendan Rodgers’s men last English topflight fixture when they suffered 5-2 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Tottenham is currently undefeated in the Premier League this season with four victories and two draws from their first six games, but they suffered their first loss in midweek.
Spurs have a good record against Leicester City and have won 60 out of the 118 matches played between the two teams.
Tottenham have won 7 of their last nine Premier League fixtures against Leicester City and also truipmh in their last 3 encounters with the Foxes.
Harry Kane has scored more goals against Leicester in all competitions than he has against any other side in his senior career (19), with 17 of those coming in the Premier League.
Leicester currently bottom of the Premier League with just one point having lost their next five from their six Premier League fxtures so far.
Foxes have tasted 37 victories from 118 matches played between both teams.
Leiecster have lost 4 of their last five matches away from home against Tottenham Hotspur and have conceded at least three goals in each match.
Rodger’s men have picked up only one point from their first six matches in the Premier League – their worst start to a league campaign in 39 years.