Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of Leicester v Spurs in part three of the trilogy. A place in the fourth round is at stake and we'll be bringing you all the team news and build-up in the hour before kick-off, followed by full text commentary.

The Emirates FA Cup / 3rd Round
King Power Stadium / 20.01.2016
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Michael Da Silva
Michael Da Silva
Updated 20/01/2016 at 21:40 GMT
The final whistle and the Tottenham players, staff and fans celebrate a comfortable victory. Heung-min Son was the star of the show, scoring the first and setting up the second, but Leicester were disappointing and never really looked like troubling Vorm and Wimmer at the back. Leicester will now turn their attention towards mounting the most unexpected of title challenges in the Premier League, while Tottenham progress to the next round. Thanks very much for joining us... make sure to tune in when Spurs take on Colchester in the fourth round in ten days' time.
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We're into three minutes of added on time. Surely Spurs are going through? The Leicester fans think so as they stream out of the exits.
Kane shoots on the break and Schmeichel very nearly makes a mess of the save, but the goalkeeper reacts quickly to make up for his error.
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Albrighton hammers a shot on target as he drifts on to a Chilwell cross at the back post, but Vorm makes a solid stop and it's still 2-0.
Vardy is playing on the shoulder and looks to spring on to a pass over the top, but Vorm has clearly been taking lessons from Lloris and flies off his line to beat the striker to the ball.
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Gray cuts inside and goes for goal, but he doesn't get enough dip on his shot and Vorm watches it fly over the bar.
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Alli is the final change for Spurs, replacing the star of the show Heung-min Son.

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Eriksen tries to put Son clear as Spurs again spring a counter-attack, but the pass is too firm for Son to bring under control.
Leicester are showing few signs of sparking a comeback. "We can concentrate on the league" will no doubt be the cry if this score-line remains the same at full-time, but the Foxes could do something in the cup this year.
Onomah looks for Kane with a dinked cross, but Chilwell responds quickly to beat the striker to the header.
Eriksen floats in a corner that Schmeichel punches clear. Spurs are still creating the better of the opportunities despite Leicester throwing caution to the wind.
Son tees up Carroll on the edge of the box, but Chilwell blocks the shot on the edge of the box.
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Ranieri has seen enough. On comes Vardy, replacing Dyer.
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Young Onomah comes on for Tottenham, replacing the scorer of the second goal Nacer Chadli.
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Spurs break at pace and Kane forces Schmeichel to make a sharp save. There's so much space on the counter for the visitors that it's safe to say they will have more chances before the game is up.
Leicester are well on top now, but they need to be. The Foxes need two goals to avoid going out.
In fact it's King who takes the free-kick, but his shot is straight into the wall and dribbles behind for a corner.
Dier fouls King and it's another free-kick in a shooting position. Inler looks set to take it again.