Watch Tottenham vs Leicester Live Streaming Match #TOTLEI

Leicester meanwhile were thrashed 4-1 by Bournemouth in their last game on the road and have conceded nine goals in their last three visits to face Tottenham.

When is Tottenham vs Leicester?

  • This Premier League clash is set for Sunday, July 19.
  • Kick-off will be at 4pm BST.
  • When Leicester visited this ground last season, they lost 3-1 after goals from Davinson Sanchez, Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen.


Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

  • You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.
  • Coverage begins at 3.30pm.
  • If you’re not a Sky customer, grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to stream all the action.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

– Leicester City travel to face José Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday (4pm BST kick-off)
– The Foxes defeated Spurs 2-1 last time out, courtesy of James Maddison’s winner, in September
– Fans in the UK can watch the action unfold on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League
– Meanwhile, LCFC TV and LCFC Radio continue to provide free coverage, tailored for the Blue Army

Brendan Rodgers’ men are already confirmed to participate in European competition next season following Thursday’s 2-0 success over Sheffield United at King Power Stadium.

However, the Northern Irishman has called on his squad to build upon that performance against the Blades by doing all they can to retain their place in the Premier League’s top four.

Spurs, meanwhile, head into the fixture on the back of successive top-flight victories – against Arsenal and Newcastle United – and are currently seventh in the table with two games to go.

In the United Kingdom, Foxes fans can watch the game on Sky Sports Main Event (crowd noise) or on Sky Sports Premier League (natural sound) from 3:30pm BST on Sunday.

Supporters everywhere, on the other hand, can access LCFC TV’s City On The Sofa show, or LCFC Radio’s Matchday Live programme, completely for free on and social media.

Selected broadcast schedules

Country Channel Time
Australia Optus Sport 1am (Monday)
Belgium Play Sports/Voo Sports 5pm
Brazil DAZN 12pm
Canada DAZN 10am
China PP Sports 11pm
Denmark Xee 5pm
Egypt beIN Sports 5pm
France Canal +/RMC Sport 5pm
Germany Sky Sport 5pm
Hong Kong NOW 12am (Monday)
India Disney+ Hotstar/Select 8:30pm
Italy Sky Sport 5pm
Jamaica RUSH 10am
Mexico Sky Sport 10am
Netherlands Ziggo Sports 5pm
New Zealand Spark Sports 3am (Monday)
Portugal Sport TV 4pm
South Africa Super Sport 5pm
Thailand True Visions 10pm
Turkey Suran S Sport 6pm
United Kingdom Sky Sports 4pm
United States NBC SN/Telemundo 11am

If you cannot see your country listed in the table below, please click HERE.


Tottenham Hotspur have secured three wins from their last four games (D1), netting before HT in each – something they’ve done in four straight H2Hs. In fact an early goal could decide the fate of this game, considering 66.67% of Spurs’ Premier League (PL) wins saw them lead at HT, just as 63.64% of their defeats saw them trail at the break.

Only Liverpool and Manchester City have won more PL home games than Tottenham’s 11 this season, and that’s despite recording a clean sheet in just 27.78% of their league games here. Actually, the hosts’ most common HT home scoreline this PL campaign has been a 1-0 deficit (five times).

Leicester City’s 2-0 win in midweek gave them just a second PL victory since the restart (D3, L2), but does mean their last five league wins have come despite a -1 handicap (four despite -2). As such they remain one of the division’s highest scorers, averaging 1.86 goals per match.

The ‘Foxes’ travel here winless in their last seven PL road trips though (D3, L4), with the last four seeing both teams score. Five of their previous six PL away defeats saw both teams score too, as well as their last four losses at Tottenham. Impressively though, Leicester have netted the opener in 11 of their 18 PL away games, winning seven times when doing so (D1, L3).

Players to watch: Tottenham’s Son Heung-Min has scored in the opening 30 minutes in consecutive games. Meanwhile, Demarai Gray netted as a sub last time out – now only Man City have had more PL goals scored by subs this term than Leicester (seven).

Stat attack: A league-high 66.67% of Tottenham’s PL matches have seen both teams score.
There’s been two penalties and two red cards across Leicester’s last three PL away games.
Six of the last seven competitive H2Hs saw both teams score.

Meanwhile, Leicester have been stricken with injuries; James Maddison, Ben Chilwell and Christian Fuchs will all miss the remainder of the season, Rodgers has confirmed.

Predicted line-ups

Tottenham: Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies; Sissoko, Winks, Lucas, Lo Celso, Son; Kane

Leicester: Schmeichel; Justin, Bennett, Morgan, Evans, Thomas; Ndidi, Tielemans; Perez, Vardy, Barnes

What are the odds?


Tottenham – 11/8

Draw – 5/2

Leicester – 9/4


Both teams have struggled to sustain momentum in recent weeks, and that could translate into the two sides neutralising one another at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tottenham 1-1 Leicester.

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