Leicester City 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur's Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen misses a shot on goal by Leicester City's Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel during the English Premier League football match between Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur at King Power Stadium

Germany worldwide Huth has not played this season after undergoing ankle surgery in the summer while James has been absent since September due to an Achilles issue.

Leicester boss Claude Puel has called on Riyad Mahrez to show greater consistency after the Algerian was unhappy at being substituted against West Ham last weekend.

Nigeria global Wilfred Ndidi put up a fine performance as Leicester City defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in their English Premier League fixture on Tuesday.

In fact Spurs are in a fight to finish in the top four and could drop to seventh if other results go against them after suffering their third successive away defeat in the league and have now won only one of their last five league matches.

"I don't know when they can come back on the team".

Given Spurs' run of fixtures up to Christmas - Leicester, Watford, Stoke, Brighton, Man City, Burnley - they should expect a number of those sides to seek to emulate West Brom by clogging up the central areas and dropping into deep positions.

With a four game spell coming up where they play none of the top six, there's a good chance that Puel's quiet start could suddenly become very noisy.

The Algerian worldwide cut in from the right before curling the ball out of Lloris's reach from 20 yards out.

Mahrez has made no secret of his desire to leave Leicester and saw moves to Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea and Roma fall through in the summer as the club's £45m (€50.2m) valuation priced out those outfits.

"I think he was a little frustrated in the second half without the possibility to get on the ball and to play", said Puel. That is a good thing, when a player is not happy.

"But now it is important to help him to have more consistency [during] the game because he is a valuable player for us".

"But we must try to play our own game".



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