Posted on 19 January 2016
Marathonbet go 31/20 for a Spurs win (match result) and 89/100 to qualify for the fourth round (if the game goes to extra time and/or penalties). Leicester are 189/100 to win (match result) and 20/21 to qualify.
The teams have been closely matched this term and it’s 62/25 on the draw (match result). If you fancy that outcome, it’s 57/10 for 1-1 and 21/2 for a repeat of the 2-2 scoreline from the original tie at the Lane on January 10.
Spurs remain the tightest defence in the Premier League and a Spurs win to nil is 17/5 - 1-0 is 44/5.
If you follow this season’s trends between the teams, then it might be worth a dip at most goals in the second half, priced 28/25 – this season’s Premier League encounters between the teams both went that way.
The teams drew 1-1 at the KP in the Premier League back in August. Dele Alli opened his Spurs account that day and is 21/2 to do the same.
Harry Kane took the game to a replay with a dramatic late penalty at the Lane – and scored late again from the spot in the 4-1 win against Sunderland. The striker is 57/10 to score last this time around.
Check out the full replay odds at Marathonbet...
18 May 2017
Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare expects an ‘interesting’ game when we travel to the King Power Stadium tonight (Thursday, May 18).
5 May 2017
Updated ticket details have been announced for our Premier League trip to Leicester City on Thursday, May 18, 2017.
22 April 2017
A goal in each half from Harry Kane and Dele Alli wasn’t enough at Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening, as we went down 4-2 to Chelsea in the Emirates FA Cup semi-finals.
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