Leeds United v Tottenham Hotspur live stream, Saturday 26 February, 12.30pm GMT
Tottenham will be looking to get back on track following their midweek loss to Burnley when they take on Leeds in the early kick-off on Saturday.
Antonio Conte cast doubt on his future as Spurs boss after his team’s 1-0 defeat at Turf Moor. “From the first day I arrived here I want to help Tottenham,” the Italian said in his post-match press conference. “I repeat: I am too honest to close my eyes and continue in this way, and also take my salary.”
Tottenham have lost four of their last five Premier League games, and although they are still in the race to qualify for the Champions League, the north Londoners are now outsiders to finish in the top four.
Leeds are in a worrying situation too. A 6-0 demolition by Liverpool in midweek means the Whites now have the worst goal difference in the division. Three points above the bottom three, Marcelo Bielsa’s side are now involved in the relegation battle.
They go into this game with an even worse record as Tottenham, having collected only one point from the last 15 available. Harry Kane and Son Heung-min will be licking their lips at the prospect of facing the Premier League’s leakiest defence – Leeds have conceded 56 goals this term, more than any other team in the top flight.
Tottenham will once again have to make do without Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga, while Rodrigo Bentancur is expected to be out for up to three weeks after his enforced substitution against Burnley. Conte could make other changes to his starting XI after the loss in Lancashire, with Sergio Reguilon in line to return at left-back.
Leeds will be unable to call upon the services of Liam Cooper, Kalvin Phillips and Patrick Bamford, all of whom remain sidelined through injury. Robin Koch will be involved again after concussion and Diego Llorente is also available, but Sam Greenwood and Leo Hjelde will miss out.
Kick-off is at 12.30pm GMT on Saturday 26 February, and UK viewers can watch live on BT Sport 1. See below for international broadcast options.
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).
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