Spurs have won just one of their last five Premier League meetings with Leicester (D2 L2).
Leicester haven’t done the league double over Tottenham since the 1998-99 campaign.
Of all teams they’ve faced at least 10 times at home in the Premier League, only against Chelsea (19%) and Man Utd (23%) do Spurs have a lower win rate than they do against Leicester (36% – won 4/11).
The Foxes have lost both of their previous games against Spurs at Wembley Stadium, losing 0-2 in the 1961 FA Cup final and 0-1 in the 1999 League Cup final.
Leicester are winless in their last six Premier League games in London (D3 L3), losing 0-5 at Crystal Palace in their last such match.
The last team to beat both north London sides in consecutive Premier League matches were Manchester United, who beat Spurs 3-0 and Arsenal 8-2 in August 2011.
Against no side has Harry Kane scored more Premier League goals than he has versus Leicester City (9, level with Stoke).
Indeed, those nine goals include two hat-tricks, one in a 4-3 win at White Hart Lane and one in a 6-1 win at the King Power Stadium.
Kane has 28 Premier League goals this season – two more will see him score 30 in a campaign for the first time, while it will also be only the second time that two players have scored 30+ league goals in a season since 1993-94 (Andy Cole and Alan Shearer).
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