Latest news! Leicester City – Tottenham is a match where both teams need a win to secure European qualification on Sunday (starting time 11am ET on NBCSN and online at NBCSports.com) as the final 90 minutes of the season will be crucial for both. STREAM LEICESTER – TOTTENHAM LIVE Leicester will have a serious feeling of dejà vu at the start of the last game of the season looking for a win to get into the top four and the UEFA Champions League, but even that may not be enough. Brendan Rodgers’ side have been in the top four for most of this season, just like last season, but Liverpool overtook them by goal difference in the last game. If Leicester were better than Liverpool’s result against Crystal Palace, they would be in the top four, but if both teams win, Leicester would have to secure a five-goal goal difference swing to finish in the top four. If Leicester win and Chelsea don’t win, they are there. It’s a hard question. The Foxes have only won one of their last four PL games and, although they won the FA Cup by beating Chelsea last weekend, they appear to have just made it short into their first four dreams. Tottenham lost to Aston Villa, leaving Europa League hopes shattered. They have to beat Leicester City and hope West Ham lose at home to Southampton on the last day to finish in sixth place and reach the group stage of the Europa League. West Ham need a point to take sixth place and if they do, that means Spurs will clash with Arsenal and Everton to finish in seventh place, which means qualification for UEFA’s new third tier competition, the Europa Conference League.
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Premier League News Premier League Standings Premier League Hall of Fame announces inaugural nominees PHOTOS: Liverpool’s new home kit released Injury news Leicester will be without Jonny Evans, which is a blow, while Harvey Barnes and James Justin they stay out for the season. Cengiz Under is a big doubt. Tottenham will have to do without Japhet Tanganga, who suffered a serious injury last time around. Ben Davies is out with a calf injury. Odds and Ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet) Leicester are the big favorites to win at -103, while Tottenham is at +230 and the draw is +290. PointsBet is our official sports betting partner and we may receive compensation if you place a bet on PointsBet for the first time after clicking on our links. Leicester have defensive problems, as do Tottenham, so at least it will be fun for the neutral. Leicester-Tottenham 2-2. How to Watch, Stream, and Start Time Kick Off: Sunday, 11am ET TV Channel: NBCSN Online: Stream via NBCSports.com, Peacock Premium
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