Posted on 8 January 2016
Indeed, Spurs are 13/20 to win on Sunday and 9/20 to qualify for the fourth round (including if the tie goes to a replay) and with currently the best defensive record in the Premier League, Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 191/100 to win to nil. Spurs are also 6/4 to win the first half and win at full time.
Harry Kane has yet to score a goal for us in the FA Cup and he’s 79/20 to put that right by scoring the first goal or 39/50 to score anytime.
Heung-Min Son is 37/5 to score first and 2/1 anytime while Dele Alli - who scored his first career goal for MK Dons in the FA Cup aged just 16 - is 21/2 to score first and 3/1 anytime having grabbed the equaliser at Everton last weekend.
It must be noted, however, that Leicester have lost just twice all season and won in a replay at the Lane when the teams met at the fourth round stage of the competition last term. The Foxes are 9/2 to win this time around.
Check out the full list of odds for the game at Marathonbet…
3 December 2016
Spurs Ladies take another step on a memorable journey this season when they enter the biggest competition in the ladies’ game - the Women’s FA Cup - on Sunday.
28 October 2016
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28 October 2016
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri believes his players will need to produce a hard-working performance if they're to take anything away from White Hart Lane this weekend.
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