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…
12 May 2018
Legendary midfielder and fans' favourite Micky Hazard and Geoff Peters, King Power Stadium regular in his role as presenter/reporter for TalkSport, preview the season's finale against Leicester at Wembley.
11 May 2018
Mauricio Pochettino hasn't ruled out the chances of both Kieran Trippier and Victor Wanyama being available for the season's finale against Leicester City at Wembley on Sunday (3pm).
8 January 2018
We have been drawn away to Newport County in the fourth round of the Emirates FA Cup.
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