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Spurs vs Leicester - pre-match stats

Posted on 20 March 2015  - 13:30

Stats and facts ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash against the Foxes at the Lane.

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Head to head - We've met Leicester City on 37 occasions in the top flight. We've recorded 16 wins, eight draws, and 13 losses.

Last 10 form guide - We've won six, drawn one and lost three of our last 10 in the Premier League. Leicester have won two, drawn three and lost six, but are seven without a win.

Familiar scoreline - Five of the last seven meetings between us in all competitions have ended with a 2-1 scoreline, including both games this season. We won 2-1 at the KP Stadium on Boxing Day before the Foxes' 2-1 win in the FA Cup at the Lane in January.

Home sweet home - We're unbeaten in our last nine in the Premier League at the Lane and we've lost just one of our last 15 at home - against Leicester in the FA Cup in January.

On target - We have scored in each of our last nine PL matches against Leicester City, a run stretching back to a 2-0 home loss on April 3, 1999.

Fox hunt - Victory would secure a first league double over Leicester since 1986-87.

Sweet 16 - We are unbeaten in our last 16 PL matches against promoted opposition (W15-D6) and have won our last five in succession.

Comeback kings - We've recovered 16 points from losing positions in the Premier League this season, more than any other team.

Hotshot Harry - Harry Kane is top English goalscorer in the Premier League on 16 goals, one ahead of QPR's Charlie Austin. Diego Costa (18) and Sergio Aguero (17) top the list.

Christian's a matchwinner - Christian Eriksen has scored more winning goals than any other player in the Premier League this season (six).

Set-piece success - We are joint-second in the Premier League with 16 goals from set-pieces - three penalties, five from corners, seven from free-kicks and one via a throw.

Ton up for Hugo - Hugo Lloris has 100 saves in the Premier League this season.

Paying the penalty - We've conceded seven penalties in the PL this term - more than any other club.

Hitting the woodwork - Christian Eriksen, Harry Kane, Leonardo Ulloa and Riyad Mahrez have all hit the frame three times this season - Southampton's Graziano Pelle tops this list on six.

Yellow peril - Leicester have the joint-fewest yellow cards this season (44) with Swansea. We've had 59. Sunderland top the bookings list on 74.

Goals and blocks - Esteban Cambiasso has scored three goals from just four shots on target for Leicester.At the other end, Wes Morgan has blocked more opposition shots than any other Premier League player this season (39).

Dangerman - Leonardo Ulloa has scored in all four of his starts against Arsenal and Tottenham.