Leicester City vs Tottenham LIVE STREAM: How to watch Premier League football

Tottenham will face off against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in the Premier League this evening.

Spurs began the day in third position in the table with previous Premier League champions Leicester behind by 11 points.

The Foxes will be without star striker Jamie Vardy who is suffering from a groin problem but Harry Maguire is ready to play after five weeks out.

Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen is available to play after serving a one-match ban but Kieran Trippier and Juan Foyth are ruled out with injury.

Speaking ahead of today’s match, Leicester boss Claude Puel said: “It’s never a good time to play a top of the table team. They have a big squad.

“They have international players.

“It’s not a problem for them to play every three or four days. We will need lots of quality, with and without the ball.

“We had good performances against United, Arsenal and Liverpool without having success. I hope we can find the solution tomorrow.”

While Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino said his side were not looking to far ahead to a Champions League clash with Barcelona next week.

He said: “No I think the focus for us is to try to win the three points against Leicester. That is the most important game.

“It doesn’t exist, Barcelona. We’re going to maybe rotate some players because they need rest, not because we’re going to play against Barcelona on Tuesday.

“That is why. I anticipate you and the people but the decision we’re going to take is always thinking to provide the best things for the players.

“If we detect some players are tired maybe we rest them, but thinking always about trying to win the game against Leicester, not thinking about the game after.”

How to watch Leicester City vs Tottenham

Tonight’s Premier League game between Tottenham and Leicester City will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 (Sky channel 413, Sky HD 867, Virgin channel 531, BT TV 408).

Coverage starts at 7.45pm which is the same time as kick off.

BT Sport will also be showing the match on desktop computers or laptops via the company’s own site.

The BT Sport enhanced video player is available online.

But EE mobile customers will be able to stream the game for free, thanks to a subscription plan recently announced by the network.

BT said: “To say thanks for being with us, here’s a special sporting treat for our pay monthly mobile and tablet customers: three months’ free BT Sport on your EE phone and connected tablet.

“Just text SPORT to 150, register for a BT ID then download the BT Sport app and get watching!

“Loads of the UK’s best sporting action, on the UK’s fastest network.”

You can visit the EE website for more information on the BT Sports offer.