Leicester v Spurs – how to watch, team news, key info
How are the teams going to line up?
Antonio Conte told media that 16 players trained on Wednesday morning after the COVID-19 outbreak last week, three of whom only returned in the past two days.
Cristian Romero remains injured and Sergio Reguilon, although in training has a “little problem” after being forced out in the first half against Norwich last time around, Antonio has yet to determine if left-back will be 100% fit for the Game.
The good news sees Giovani Lo Celso back in action after injury.
Leicester City are expected to face up to nine unavailable players due to a combination of injuries and illnesses.
Defenders Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu are out for Thursday, but Daniel Amartey is available after a short absence, although boss Brendan Rodgers has indicated he is unlikely to start. James Justin and Wesley Fofana are long term absentees.
Who is the referee and under what colors will the teams play?
Thursday’s referee will be Craig Pawson, assisted by Ian Hussin and Richard West.
Jonathan Moss will be the fourth official, with Lee Mason and assistant Gary Beswick in charge of VAR.
We will play with Lilywhite shirts, navy shorts and white socks at the King Power Stadium, while Leicester will play with blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks.
Ours and Leicester’s will be green and black respectively.
What will the weather be?
It is expected to be cloudy with light winds in Leicester on Thursday evening, with temperatures around eight degrees.
What happened the last time we faced Leicester?