Tottenham Hotspur halted Leicester City’s six-match unbeaten run with a 2-0 victory that lifted them back above Chelsea and Arsenal in the Premier League table.

MATCH FACTS
Head-to-head

The last four Premier League meetings have produced 21 goals, including scorelines of 5-4 and 6-1.
Tottenham’s 5-4 win came in the corresponding fixture last season when they fought back from 3-1 down.
Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham have won four of their past five league games.
They are without a draw in a Premier League record 29 matches.
Tottenham have scored five goals in the last 10 minutes of their past three league games, earning seven additional points.
Spurs have won all 13 of their league matches this season against sides currently in the bottom half prior to the weekend.
They have earned 10 league victories this season by a one-goal margin, more than any other team.
Son Heung-min has scored nine goals in his past 10 league and cup appearances for Spurs, and has scored three goals and set up two in his last two Premier League starts against Leicester.
Fernando Llorente has been involved in seven goals in his past eight appearances for Tottenham in all competitions (five goals, two assists).
Leicester City

Leicester have lost three of their last four league games.
Over the last six matches, only bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield have earned fewer points than Leicester’s tally of four.
The Foxes have earned 18 points in 13 away matches, as opposed to 14 from 12 at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester have won just one of their last 15 matches on a Sunday in all competitions (D4, L10). That solitary victory came against Everton in Claude Puel’s first game in October 2017.
Jamie Vardy has been directly involved in seven goals in his last seven league appearances against Tottenham, with four goals and three assists.
Eleven of Vardy’s last 15 Premier League goals were scored in away fixtures.

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