Premier League Week 37 Finale: Leicester vs TottenhamPublished May 18, 2017 by Sol FH
Check out the grand finale of Week 37 Premier League action as the Foxes host the Spurs at 19:45 GMT.
There may be one surprise left in the Premier League this season and that is the battle for second place in the league. Man. City is hot on the heels of Tottenham after their big win against Leicester on Saturday Night, and pulled within striking distance of the Spurs. Tottenham is basically their own worst enemy right now, as they have 80 points to City's 75, and all that Mauricio Pochettino's men need to do is win or draw tonight, and win in their last game of the season against Hull, and they will finish in second behind the Blues.
When Tottenham hosted Leicester in October of last year, the match ended in a draw. Tonight is actually a rescheduling of the Week 34 match that was postponed, and both teams have had to make this short interval between matches work and get the win tonight. It will not be an easy match for either team, as Leicester has improved over the last few weeks, but Tottenham are at the peak of their game and are a force not to be reckoned with. The only guiding light for the Foxes is the home advantage, which may be their saving grace.
The Foxes will be without their central defense tonight, as both Robert Huth and Wes Morgan are sidelined due to injuries. Andy King, Nampalys Mendy and Danny Drinkwater are also out.
For the Spurs, right-back Kyle Walker and Kieren Trippier are out with an ankle problem and concussion respectively. Pochettino may rest Mousa Dembele and they will also be without Danny Rose.
Premier League Betting Markets
That is almost it. The last few matches for bettors to bet on in the Premier League in the 2016/17 season. bet365 Sports has been with each and every game this year, offering fantastic odds before, and during each one. Tonight, the UK Sportsbook has posted in favor of the Spurs at 1.85, while the Foxes are at 4.33. A draw is 3.90, but if you want the best bet, make a wager on the home team to win, as they will be playing to move up on the table.