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The last time these two sides met was perhaps the most thrilling of all their meetings over the years.
On the final day of last season, Spurs edged to a 5-4 victory over the Foxes in a game that saw three players score twice.
In the end, it was the goals of Harry Kane and Erik Lamela which secured the victory for Spurs and confirmed their third place Premier League finish.
Three seasons ago, Leicester travelled to Spurs' former White Hart Lane stadium and yet again came away empty handed, despite scoring three goals on the day.
Spurs were leading 3-2 after Harry Kane completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot before Jeffrey Schlupp's own goal put the result beyond doubt with an own goal.
Jamie Vardy did pull a third back for the Foxes in stoppage time, but it came too late for the Foxes.
There were seven different goalscorers when Spurs hosted Leicester back in 2004, with a late equaliser snatching a point for the home side.
The two sides exchanged the lead throughout but goals from Les Ferdinand, Ben Thatcher and Marcus Bent saw Leicester come from 3-1 down to lead 4-2 with little over 10 minutes left to play.
Stunned by the comeback, Spurs pushed for an equaliser which eventually came through Jermain Defoe in the 88th minute, scoring his second of the game.