Antonio Conte’s side have failed to score in any of their previous Premier League games and failed to score in a home defeat by Brighton and a goalless draw at Brentford last weekend.
A streak of four straight wins, fueled by the form of attacking players Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski, had put Spurs in pole position for the top four, but now it’s Arsenal who have the advantage.
Tottenham can pressure Arsenal ahead of their game at West Ham but need to get back to winning ways against Leicester themselves, with a trip to Liverpool and the north London derby against the Gunners next.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of this afternoon’s game.
When do Tottenham play Leicester?
The game will kick off at 14:00 BST on Sunday 1 May at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
How can I view it?
The game cannot be followed live in the UK. The highlights can be viewed on Sky Sports’ YouTube channel after the game.
Tottenham are without Matt Doherty, Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga, with Sergio Reguilon now also out with a groin injury. Spores could remain unchanged.
Leicester are likely to make changes as this game sits between their Europa Conference League semifinals against Roma. Timothy Castagne suffered a head injury on Thursday and is likely to be on the sidelines alongside Ryan Bertrand and Wilfred Ndidi.
Tottenham: Lloris; Romero, Dier, Davies; Emerson, Hojbjerg, Bentancur, Sessegnon; Kulusevski, Kane, son
Leicester: Flattery; Justin, Fofana, Soyuncu, Thomas; Dewsbury Hall, Soumare; Lookman, Maddison, Barnes; Iheanacho
With a week off and the motivation to bounce back, Tottenham can get their top-four bid back on track with three points against Leicester. Tottenham 3-1 Leicester
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