Despite being inside the top four for the vast majority of the last two seasons, Leicester may well miss out on Champions League football for a second year in a row.
The Foxes’ top four hopes are no longer in their own control but whatever happens there will be a lot of happy Leicester fans at the King Power Stadium on Sunday as they celebrate a season that will live long in the memory which includes an historic FA Cup win.
Brendan Rodgers’ team are very much moving forward whereas Tottenham have gone backwards this season and we expect Leicester to win this one at a generous looking price of Evens with Betfred.
|Match Name||Leicester vs Tottenham (Premier League)|
|When||Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 4 PM|
|Where||King Power Stadium, Leicester|
|Best Bet||Get Evens on Leicester to Win @ Betfred*|
|How To Watch||Live on Sky Sports|
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Brendan Rodgers is a manager in demand and has been linked with a string of big jobs including the current vacancy at Tottenham.
He has declared himself very happy at Leicester though and given Leicester are fighting for a Champions League spot and Tottenham for a Europa League spot it’s difficult to see the appeal in leaving the King Power Stadium right now for Rodgers.
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Spurs have a very important summer to come.
Not only do they need to make the right appointment for the manager to replace Jose Mourinho but they are likely to have to sell Harry Kane and then reinvest the money from that deal on players who can reinvigorate this squad.
Kane would love to bow out with a win and a couple of goals for Spurs but he is just one of the high class attacking players who will be spurred on by the presence of fans on Sunday so we like the look of a bet on over 3.5 goals at 11/8 with bet365*.
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Kane may be the best striker in the country but he does not top the betting in the First Goalscorer market.
Kelechi Iheanacho and Jamie Vardy are both ahead of the England captain but we think it could be worth looking a little further down the market.
Youri Tielemans came up with the goods for Leicester in the FA Cup final and he can take advantage of the space afforded to him by a Tottenham midfield that isn’t firing at the moment so take the 12/1 that SportNation are offering on Tielemans to score first.
*Please note that all odds are correct at time of article publication.