Tottenham slips up again with 2-1 loss at Leicester

Tottenham slips up again with 2-1 loss at Leicester

Tottenham slips up again with 2-1 loss at Leicester

It's true we can not expect too much now, only to be happy.

Tottenham are strong favourites at 3/4.

"Today the game was open and we created many chances to draw the game and maybe to win".

Draw at half-time and Spurs to win at full-time is rated at 15/4. And we were a little bit sloppy in the way that we conceded the first goal.

After finishing outside the Champions League places last season, Arsenal have been heavily criticised for their lacklustre start to this campaign and their title charge seems over before it every truly began.

Although, they are now undergoing a tricky period in which they have gone three games without a win, having been held to a 1-1 draw by West Ham during gameweek 13. This season with the experience they gathered last season coupled with the mentality they can challenge the "big" teams in Europe has seen Tottenham flourish in Europe.

This has certainly becoming an issue for the former Premier League champions, who are now without a win in November.

Leicester also dropped points in their Friday night draw with West Ham United at the London Stadium.

"After more than one year it is so important to feel again the emotion to play and compete". If you remember everything that happened three years ago, no one would believe we would be talking about finishing first, beating Dortmund and Real Madrid and finishing first in the Champions League and [to] have the capacity in the last three seasons to fight for the top four and the Premier League.

Rose is now back from a long-term injury, but the Englishman is not guaranteed a place in manager Mauricio Pochettino's starting lineup.

He must now find a way of overcoming sides who sit deep and make themselves tricky to break down.

Full-back Danny Rose is likely to be recalled but Harry Winks is a doubt because of illness.

Lamela came on for his first appearance in 13 months.

Serge Aurier could also get the nod on the other flank to give Kieran Trippier a rest, while Toby Alderweireld (hamstring) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both sidelined.

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