Wembley hosts it’s final Premier League match of the foreseeable future as Tottenham welcome the Foxes to their temporary den.
With a top-four place firmly secured, Spurs aim to seal third in their final match at a home away from home.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have made a respectably comfortable dwelling in the national stadium, winning two-thirds of their league matches this season and only losing twice, as well as beating both Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid in the Champions League. With their form falling away over the last month, Pochettino will have to summon one final push if they’re to sign out of Wembley with a happy memory.
Claude Puel is also seeking a happy memory with his time in the Premier League looking uncertain. After guiding the Foxes to their first win in 6 matches against another North London side this week, Leicester are now guaranteed to finish at least in 9th position. But with their results and quality on the pitch being heavily questioned, another defeat could prove fatally damaging for the head fox.