Spurs v Leeds will be the 3pm kick-off that Irish fans can look forward to this Saturday in the Premier League, with both sides in need of a victory in the last round of Premier League fixtures before the World Cup. For Spurs, they have struggled in recent games after a strong start to the season under Antonio Conte. For Leeds, it’s been a mixed season so far, with some big results against Chelsea and Liverpool, but lie in 12th place due to some poor form against weaker opposition.
Here is all you need to know ahead of Spurs V Leeds.
When is Spurs v Leeds?
Spurs v Leeds is this Saturday, with kick-off at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium at 3.00pm.
How can I watch Spurs v Leeds?
Live coverage of Spurs v Leeds will be shown on Premier Sports, with coverage beginning at 2.30pm.
Despite going into the game in fourth place, Spurs are in desperate need of victory after a poor run of form that has seen them win only one of their last three games in the Premier League. Last weekend saw them fall to a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Liverpool, where a disappointing first-half once again cost Conte’s side. Despite playing a full strength side, they also went out of the League Cup in a shock 2-0 defeat to Nottingham Forrest.
For Leeds, after a worrying run of form, dramatic victories over Liverpool and Bournemouth has sparked the potential to turn around their season. After avoiding relegation by the skin of their teeth last season, they will hope for a more comfortable season this time around.
Spurs are set to be without Christian Romero and Heung Min-Son, with Son set to be fit for the World Cup. Richarlison and Dejan Kulusevski could make their return for injury, a timely boost for Spurs after recent struggles going forward.
For Leeds, Stuart Dallas, Adam Forshaw and Luis Sinisterra are all set to miss out.