Will Tottenham bounce back from their disappointment at the weekend when they take on Leicester? Opta reveals all.
"Following his goal against West Brom on Saturday, Harry Kane has been directly involved in 100 goals in 128 Premier League games (87 goals, 13 assists); the 9th quickest player to reach that total."
He's 4.03/1 to score the first goal.
Leicester City have kept only one clean sheet in their last 21 home matches against Tottenham Hotspur in all competitions - 3-0 in September 1997, with Kasey Keller in between the sticks that day. Both teams to score is 1.84/5.
Spurs have netted 11 Premier League goals in just four matches at the King Power Stadium (W3 D1 L0), compared to netting just seven goals in seven visits at Filbert Street in the competition (W1 D1 L5). Over 2.5 goals is 1.855/6.
Tottenham have lost their last two Premier League away games - they haven't lost three in succession on the road in the competition since March 2014 under Tim Sherwood. Leicester are 5.14/1 to win.
Leicester City have collected just eight points from their last eight Premier League games at home (W2 D2 L4). A Spurs victory is 1.84/5.
After netting four goals in their victory over Liverpool on October 22nd from 14 shots (29% conversion rate), Tottenham have scored two goals in their four games since despite attempting 64 shots in total (3% conversion rate). Under 2.5 goals is 2.111/10.
Since a five-game winning run between February and April 2017 under Craig Shakespeare, Leicester City have only won five of their 21 league games (W5 D7 L9). The draw is 4.03/1.
Christian Eriksen hasn't scored or assisted a goal in his last five Premier League appearances - his longest run without a goal involvement within a single season since January 2016. Under 1.5 goals is 4.216/5.
Harry Kane has scored 10 goals in nine career appearances against Leicester City in all competitions, including four in his last outing back in the Premier League in May. Indeed, Kane has netted more goals versus Leicester than any other team (10). Kane is 1.910/11 to score.
Following his goal against West Brom on Saturday, Harry Kane has been directly involved in 100 goals in 128 Premier League games (87 goals, 13 assists); the 9th quickest player to reach that total. He's 4.03/1 to score the first goal.