Analysis of Leicester City
Leicester comes unmotivated for this round after a 1-0 away defeat against Manchester United. The Englishman Vardy is the main reference of attack of the home team, and the centre forward is excellent in the movements of deselecting. Not surprisingly, Leicester opts for a 4-3-3 tactical design to channel their offensive process through the centre aisle using Ndidi, Choudhury and Tielemans in the most central area of the pitch. The home team’s coach won’t count on Bartosz Kapustka for being injured.
Analysis of Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham comes for this match after an away draw, by two balls, against the Olympiakos. The visiting team usually acts in a 4-3-3 tactical system, favoring the quick transitions, mainly through the flanks. One of the strengths of the visiting team is how they can respond to a disadvantage. At the front, the London team can count on Lucas Moura’s speed and Kane’s finishing ability. The Tottenham coach shouldn’t be able to count on Sessegnon, Lo Celso, Ndombélé and Foyth for being injured.