• After one home defeat in their first seven home Premier League games against Spurs (W5 D1), Leicester are winless in the last three (D1 L2).
  • Of the five meetings between the sides in all competitions since the start of last season, Spurs have lost only once (W1 D3).
  • Only once in 10 previous home games against Tottenham in the Premier League have the Foxes failed to score (1-0 defeat in April 2000).
  • Tottenham have won only one of their previous 24 away Premier League games against a reigning champion, with Tim Sherwood’s Spurs beating Manchester United in January 2014 (D3 L20).
  • Craig Shakespeare has won all five of his home Premier League games as manager. Leicester haven’t won six top-flight home games in a row since March 1966.
  • Marc Albrighton has been involved in seven goals in 10 Premier League games under Shakespeare (2 goals, 5 assists), compared to one goal in 21 appearances under Claudio Ranieri this season (0 goals, 1 assist).
  • Christian Eriksen (13) is one assist away from equalling Darren Anderton’s record of 14 (1994-95) for a Spurs player in a single Premier League season.
  • Tottenham have won 80 points this season from 36 games and will finish in 2nd place. This points tally is already higher than the second places side in each of the last two seasons: Arsenal – 71 points in 2015-16 and Manchester City 79 points in 2014-15.
  • In fact, if Spurs (80 points) win this match then they would surpass the points tally achieved by Leicester City when they won the Premier League last season (81 points).
  • Since the start of September, Harry Kane has scored 22 goals in 25 Premier League appearances for Tottenham Hotspur.