Spurs travel to Leicester this evening following an emotional farewell to White Hart Lane last weekend.
Second position is cemented for Spurs, but they will be keen to finish the campaign on a high.
Leicester meanwhile will be keen to secure the points required for a top-1o finish after salvaging a poor first-half to the season.
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Spurs will be without defenders Danny Rose, Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier - who are all out through injury for the game. Manager Mauricio Pochettino may opt for a three-man defence as a result.
Hugo Lloris remains a candidate for the Golden Glove award but will likely have to record clean sheets in the remaining two games to make that a reality. Likewise, Harry Kane could still secure the Golden Boot if he can better Romelu Lukaku's goal tally.
Leicester must cope with the absence of Robert Huth, Wes Morgan and Andy King.
The form guide suggests Spurs are in the ascendancy heading into the game, with eight wins across the last ten games as compared to Leicester's record of four.
Tottenham have lost two to Leicester's four defeats and scored 22 goals across the run of games - as compared to the home side's tally of 14.
Both have defended well of late, but Tottenham's defence is marginally tighter - boasting better defensive form averages.
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