The final match in the Premier League today takes place at the King Power Stadium with Leicester City playing Tottenham Hotspur. Both sides are in good form, so a close match is in prospect. The match kicks off at 7.45pm. It is live on BT Sport 1. Here are the factz you need to know:
* Leicester took a 2-1 win against Spurs at the King Power Stadium last season. The return was a fun-packed 5-4 win for Spurs.
* Leicester are unbeaten in 6 matches but they have only won 2 of those.
* Spurs were beaten at Arsenal last time out but have won 12 away matches this year – more than anyone else.
* James Maddison is Leicester’s form man, being involved in 7 goals for the Foxes this season.
* Meanwhile Harry Kane loves playing Leicester – he’s scored 13 goals in 11 matches against them in all competitions.
Its Nations League time again, and in group A4, Spain play England at the Estadio Benito Villamarin in Seville. The match kicks off at 7.45pm and it is live on Sky Sports Main Event. Here are the factz you need to know:
If Spain win tonight, they will win the group and qualify for the Nations League Finals in June 2019.
England need to win if they are to stand any chance of qualifying from the group.
In the previous Nations League meeting between the sides in September, Spain won 1-2 at Wembley Stadium
In three matches under new manager Luis Enrique, Spain have recorded 3 wins, including impressive demolitions of World Cup finalists Croatia (6-0) and Wales (4-1), as well as the win over England.
Meanwhile England’s form since the World Cup, where they reached the semi-finals, has been patchy: the defeat to Spain, a 1-0 win over Switzerland and last Friday’s 0-0 draw with Croatia.
This is the 27th meeting between the sides, in all competitions. England have won on 13 occasions to Spain’s 10.
However, England have beaten Spain just once in their past 7 attempts – a 1-0 friendly win back in November 2011
England also haven’t won in Spain since a 2-4 win back in 1987, when crisp seller Gary Lineker scored all 4 goals.
Harry Kane hasn’t scored in his last 6 appearances for England – he previously scored 6 in 3 matches to win the Golden Boot at the World Cup.
Spanish skipper, central defender Sergio Ramos, has the most caps in the squad, 159 – but also the most goals (15). Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata has the next most goals, with 13.
Champions League winners Real Madrid are plotting a £200 million move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in January, according to reports in Spain.
Kane has proved to be a consistent goal scorer for club and country in recent seasons and winning the Golden Boot at the World Cup in Russia has only enhanced his reputation.
Spanish site El Confidencial has reported that Madrid president Florentino Perez has made Kane his number on target in January.
Los Blancos are looking for a marquee signing, having not replaced Cristiano Ronaldo, who left for Juventus for £99 million last summer. The club are also struggling to score goals at the moment – they haven’t found the net in their past 4 matches.
Kane could also be an option if Spurs are knocked out of the Champions League at the group stage. New UEFA rules mean that if he were to join Madrid after Spurs had been knocked out, he would be eligible to play rather than being cup-tied, as he would have been previously.
If Madrid were to make a bid for Kane, it would likely take a world record offer for Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to even consider selling him.
Levy is a renowned tough negotiator and would only take top dollar.
In addition, Kane is known to want to play at Spurs’ new stadium, so may not want to move – in January at least.
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