We all know football can be the cruellest of games at times.
After spending the vast majority of the season enjoying a Champions League place, Leicester City have dropped out of the top four mere days before the campaign’s conclusion.
On the other hand, Spurs fans will be able to sing their own song about heartache after the news that their iconic striker Harry Kane is likely to play his last ever game for the club this weekend.
Leicester may have an FA Cup trophy under their arms, but losing out on a top-four position would be a bitter pill for Brendan Rodger and his Foxes to swallow.
City, Chelsea and Liverpool head into the final day with the Champions League places very much up for grabs. The Reds’ win at Burnley on Wednesday night means that Leicester’s fate is no longer in their own hands on the final day of this season.
All three clubs will enter Sunday’s Premier League finale knowing they can all finish third, fourth or fifth. While City host Spurs, Liverpool welcome Crystal Palace as Chelsea take on Aston Villa.
Help is needed, but with Kane potentially playing his last game for Tottenham, they’ll be expecting no favours this Sunday.
LEICESTER CITY VS TOTTENHAM BETTING
Only a win will do for Leicester City this Sunday – unless, of course, Crystal Palace can come up with the goods and produce something special against Liverpool away at Anfield.
Although they have only won a single game in their last four Premier League fixtures, the Foxes have taken the full three points in three of their last five home matches, with wins over Sheffield United (5-0), West Brom (3-0) and Crystal Palace (2-1).
Heading into their last game of the season, the Foxes are valued as the favourites at 21/20 (2.05), with the draw between the sides on offer at 61/20 (4.05). With both teams having everything on the line, a high-score game with six or more goals to hit the back of the King Power nets is available at 29/4 (8.25).
Jamie Vardy loves the big occasion – we have him to score at any time during the Premier League match at 27/20 (2.35).
We’ve also have a double on offer with James Maddison and Son Heung-min to both make their mark, and score for their sides at 6/7 (1.85).
Spurs still have an outside chance of European football next season.
To reach a Europa League place, Tottenham must win against Leicester City this Sunday and hope that West Ham United lose all three points to Southampton at the London Stadium.
It’s not been a season to remember for the north London club. After getting rid of Jose Mourinho on the eve of the EFL Cup Final loss, prize asset Harry Kane looks ready to follow suit. The England captain looks just about ready to cut ties with Spurs, as he looks ready to evaluate his options and seek out a new club that can get him closer to silverware in this summer’s transfer window.
This Sunday, Harry Kane is 6/5 (2.20) to score an emotional goal at any time against the Foxes. The England captain is also at 14/1 (15.00) to bag a farewell hat-trick and sign off in style ahead of an expected summer exit.
If you fancy it to be a stale end to the season, don’t miss our 61/20 (4.05) odds on a goalless draw at the King Power.
LEICESTER CITY VS TOTTENHAM: PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING ODDS
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