Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City live stream, Sunday 1 May, 2pm BST
Tottenham will move into the top four of the Premier League - at least for a couple of hours - if they beat Leicester on Sunday.
After a 4-0 thumping of Aston Villa (opens in new tab) earlier this month, things were looking up for Antonio Conte's side. That was Tottenham (opens in new tab)'s sixth win in their previous seven games, and the emphatic nature of their triumph at Villa Park underlined why they were now the favourites to finish fourth.
Spurs have faltered since then, however. A 1-0 home defeat by Brighton (opens in new tab) was followed by a 0-0 draw with Brentford (opens in new tab) last weekend. Conte's charges did not register a single shot on target in either game. The absence of Matt Doherty through injury has blunted their attack, while both Harry Kane and Son Heung-min were kept quiet by Brighton and Brentford.
All eyes are on the north London derby on May 12 that could determine the outcome of the two-horse race for fourth place. Yet Spurs cannot afford to look ahead to that game yet.
Their task on Sunday might be made easier by Leicester (opens in new tab)'s ongoing participation in continental competition. Brendan Rodgers' side will face Roma (opens in new tab) at the Stadio Olimpico on Thursday in the second leg of their Europa Conference League semi-final.
We can expect Rodgers to make changes to his side this weekend. Jamie Vardy made his return to the starting XI in the first leg but will drop out of the team here. James Maddison and Jonny Evans are also contenders to be rested. Meanwhile Leicester will have to make do without Wilfred Ndidi, Timothy Castagne and Ryan Bertrand due to injury.
Tottenham remain without Doherty, so Emerson Royal will continue at right wing-back in his place. Japhet Tanganga and Oliver Skipp are also sidelined; both players have undergone surgery and will not play for Spurs again this term.
Conte has stuck with a settled side of late and he is unlikely to make too many changes despite his team's recent wobble.
Kick-off is at 2pm BST on Sunday 1 May. See below for international broadcast options.
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).
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