Tottenham will be looking for three points to help get them back in the top four after they were held 1-1 at home by West Brom on Saturday.
Hosts Leicester City start the midweek fixture list in the bottom half and with a day’s extra rest following their 1-1 draw at lowly West Ham on Friday night.
Harry Kane scored four as Spurs beat Leicester 6-1 in this fixture at the end of last season. The England international scored his side’s only goal this past weekend as he looks to get back in form.
Leicester’s defence remains vulnerable and the aerial threat of Kane and Dele Alli is something to look out for. Christian Eriksen’s playmaking ability in midfield should be able to conjure up some chances for his teammates.
Hugo Lloris has failed to keep a clean sheet in each of his last four Premier League outings but that does include facing the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal, whilst Paolo Gazzaniga stepped in to shut out Crystal Palace at the start of the month.
I expect Tottenham to bounce back from their poor display at the weekend with Harry Kane and co outscoring Leicester City on Tuesday night.