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Leicester City - Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League - 8 December 2018
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FULL TIME: Spurs win 2-0 courtesy of Son's wonder goal and Alli's header to move into third place. Thanks for following the game with us..
The home side have improved since Ghezzal's introduction but they sorely miss Vardy's pace.
There will be 3 added minutes.
CHANCE! Ghezzal cuts inside in the box and curls in a shot which Lloris comfortably saves.
CHANCE! Good block from Walker-Peters from Gray's drive, Okazaki's pass is then deflected for a corner. It is swung in, Lloris punches it away and Ndidi tries a volley from 35 yards which goes well wide.
- Yellow cardDemarai GrayLeicester City
Gray is booked for a clumsy challenge on Walker-Peters. Leicester dont seem to have many answers up-front tonight.
- OffNampalys MendyLeicester City
- OnShinji OkazakiLeicester City
Okazaki is on for Mendy. Meanwhile, Barcelona are leading Espanyol 4-0 at the moment.
- OffSerge AurierTottenham Hotspur
- OnKyle Walker-PetersTottenham Hotspur
Aurier is coming off and on comes Kyle Walker-Peters.
Aurier has gone down with an injury and needs to be picked up as he limps off.
- OffHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
- OnHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
Rather surprisingly Kane is getting a run out with Son making way.
Ricardo's inviting cross is put behind by Aurier for a corner. Maddison's delivery headed away at the back stick.
CLOSE! Alli combines with Davies whose deep cross to the back post finds Aurier whose header into the ground goes narrowly over.
Good run from Gray whose low cross is blocked for a corner, which Spurs deal with.
- OffLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
- OnChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
Eriksen is getting a run out and replaces Moura.
- Yellow cardMarc AlbrightonLeicester City
Albrighton is booked for a late challenge midway in the Foxes half and its a free-kick which Son will take.Its fired in towards Vertonghen but the Belgian cannot connect.
If Spurs hang on for a win, they would go above Chelsea into third place in the table.
The move came about from the Foxes giving the ball away in their own half, Alli looked just about level when he scored.
- GoalDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
GOAL FOR SPURS! Son has space down the left, he takes his time and picks out Alli who scores with a diving header from a tight angle.
- OffVicente IborraLeicester City
- OnMarc AlbrightonLeicester City
Albrighton is on for Ihenacho, who has been ineffective and looks a shadow of the player at Man City.
- OffKelechi IheanachoLeicester City
- OnRachid GhezzalLeicester City
Ghezzal is on for Ihenacho and Puel is preparing to make another change.
Leicester are unlucky not to get a corner after the ball is flicked on and Lloris collects the ball around a foot behind the line.
CLOSE! Gray tries a Son and cuts inside and fires in a low shot which Lloris saves.
CHANCE! Lloris makes a mess of a pass to Aurier, its picked up by Chilwell 35 yards out who starts forward but his shot from the edge of the box goes well wide.
GOOD BLOCK: Son has another chance, he decides to shoot from inside the box rather than squaring it to Moura and Morgan goes well to get his body in the way.
Son tries to score a carbon copy of his goal but gets it all wrong and skews it into row Z - I think he will be forgiven by the away fans.
CLOSE! Moura heads it towards Alli who cannot get on the end of it and Schmeichel blocks it and appeals for an off-side.
No changes made by either side.
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KICK OFF: Leicester get the second period underway.
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HALF TIME: Spurs lead with the only real chance of the game, a wonder strike from the in-form Son.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL FOR SPURS! We haven't had any clear cut chances and then Son goes and curls the ball into the corner from around 25 yards after cutting inside.
Fantastic challenge from behind by Morgan as Alli was about to pull the trigger from close range from Son's pass.
Spurs have a free-kick around 30 yards out after Ndidi's crunching challenge on Moura, he can have few complaints. Son steps up and gets it horribly wrong and it flies into row Z.
DIVING CONTROVERSY: Alli takes a tumble after minimal contact from Evans on the edge of the box. No free-kick and no booking.
Kane is limbering up, Pochettino will be keen not to use his main marksman tonight with bigger fish to fry on Tuesday.
Davies has gone down after a nasty collision with Iborra. Both players are thankfully okay to continue.
Evans blocks a cross for a corner. Son's delivery just evads Dier and the home side clear.
Great last-ditch challenge from Mendy to slide in and cut out Alli's cross towards Son who was six yards out. Spurs have upped the tempo in the last few minutes.
CLOSE! More nifty footwork from Alli who wins a corner on the left. Son's delivery at the back post is headed over by Vertonghen.
Lovely skill from Alli to get past his marker on the byline but the move breaks down. The Foxes have defended well, you can see why they are unbeaten in 6 league games.
Son is caught off-side when he is through on goal from Alli's through ball, replays showed he was level.
CLOSE! Moura controls a long ball and puts in a low cross but its behind Alli and Ricardo clears.
THe Foxes have been getting in some good positions in the final third but the final ball has let them down.
Brilliant defending from Chilwell to head a cross away under pressure from Aurier who clatters into him.
Sons runs in behind and wins a corner from the right. The delivery is a poor one though and is cleared by Chilwell at the near post.
- Yellow cardNampalys MendyLeicester City
Mendy is booked for a nasty challenge on Sissoko who ls back on his feet but is limping.
Gray puts in a low cross and Vertonghen is there again to block it for a corner. Maddison swings it in but the visitors clear.
Spurs will be questioning the kick-off time of this away fixture given they have to play in 3 days time at the Nou Camp.
GREAT DEFENDING: Chilwell outpaces Aurier and puts in a low cross towards Iheanacho but Vertonghen is there to block it for a corner. The set piece is flicked on for another corner. Maddison's delivery from the other side is overhit and Sissoko clears.
- Yellow cardEric DierTottenham Hotspur
Dier is booked despite his protests for sliding in on Iheanacho, he is a tady unlucky there.
CHANCE! A long ball is played over the top for Iheanacho who snatches at his effort from the edge of the box and blazes it over.
A win for Spurs tonight would see them climb to third while Leicester could climb to 7th if they get the victory.
Evans leaves a bit on Sissoko with that challenge and its a free-kick to Spurs on the right flank. Son's delivery is flicked on by Dyer but the Foxes clear.
Leicester break and the ball is threaded through to Iheanacho in the box but Aurier clears the danger before he can get a shot away.
Kane is cutting a very glum figure on the bench, he is being rested for the must-win game against Barcelona at the Nou Camp.
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KICK OFF: Spurs get the game underway. Alli is operating as a centre forward supported by Moura and Son.
Five minutes until kick off, what a day it has been!
A win would take Tottenham to 36 points and represent their best record after 16 top-flight matches since 1960-61, when they had the equivalent of 46 points. They also boast an unrivalled 12 Premier League away victories in 2018.
Vertonghen is back for Spurs after serving a one-match ban but Trippier and Foyth are out due to injuries although the Argentine has had a tricky few weeks.
Since Leicester's promotion to the Premier League in 2014, this fixture has produced 34 goals - second only to Arsenal v Liverpool (38) during that period.
And there has been only one goalless draw in the 96 league meetings between the teams back in March 1948.
Claude Puel, whose side have put together a seven-game unbeaten run, said: "It's never a good time to play a top of the table team. They have a big squad. They have international players.
"It's not a problem for them to play every three or four days. We will need lots of quality, with and without the ball.
"We had good performances against United, Arsenal and Liverpool without having success. I hope we can find the solution."
LEICESTER: Schmeichel, Ricardo, Morgan (c), Evans Chilwell, Mendy, Iborra, Ndidi, Maddison, Gray, Iheanacho...Subs: Wards, Fuchs, Maguire, Choudhury, Albrighton, Ghezzal, Okazaki.
Jamie Vardy has a groin problem while Harry Maguire is on the bench after a knee injury. Jonny Evans is back after missing Wednesday's draw at Fulham.
SPURS: Lloris (C), Aurier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Sissoko, Winks, Dele, Son, Lucas...Subs: Gazzaniga, Rose, Walker-Peters, Skipp, Eriksen, Nkoudou, Kane.
The big news is both Kane and Eriksen are on the subs bench possibly with one eye on the Barcelona game on Tuesday.
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