Posted on 12 January 2016
Harry has scored in his last three games for Spurs against Leicester - the opener in the 2-1 win on Boxing Day last season, his first Premier League hat-trick in the 4-3 win at the Lane last March and now the late equaliser in Sunday's FA Cup third round tie - his 50th for the club.
The striker's fine form is underlined by a price of 43/50 for him to score at anytime, with 69/20 to score first. If you fancy doubling up, he's 28/1 to score first in a 2-0 win.
Dele Alli scored his first Spurs goal at the KP Stadium in August and the midfielder is a tempting 15/2 to score first and 51/20 to score anytime.
In terms of winning markets, Spurs are 19/25 to win the game, 66/25 to win by one goal and 71/20 to win by two goals. A Spurs to win to nil is 2/1, Both Teams To Score (BTTS) and Spurs win is 13/5 and a Spurs win at over 2.5 goals is 7/4.
Like Spurs, Leicester have lost just twice in the Premier League and the Foxes are 41/10 to win at the Lane this time around.
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