Leicester can register their first point on the road this season at White Hart Lane.
Spurs v Leicester - Saturday 15:00
Spurs remain the only side unbeaten in the Premier League this season but have hit something of a sticky patch since their impressive victory over Man City and are now four games without a win across all competitions. Heung-min Son originally stepped up to the plate in the absence of Harry Kane but the goals have dried up, with summer signing Vincent Janssen yet to score a goal from open play.
Leicester returned to winning ways in the Premier League last weekend with a deserved victory over Crystal Palace. Their form has improved of late with just one loss in their last five in all competitions, but the Foxes have struggled on the road, having lost all four of their away league games. Ranieri has a difficult decision to make up front with Shinji Okazaki putting in a man of the match performance against Palace as Jamie Vardy (goalless in nine matches for club and country) was restricted to just 15 minutes of action as a substitute.
As Spurs stutter slightly and Leicester’s form picks up, it looks tough to pick the winner with any confidence. Since Leicester have scored exactly one goal in eight of their last 10 away matches, we’re backing Spurs to make it four draws in five games with the 1-1 correct score at 8.5. Mauricio Pochettino will be happy to preserve his team’s unbeaten start to the season against the champions, whilst Leicester will be delighted to register their first point on the road.