Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Shakespeare fires warning at Tottenham ahead of Leicester clash

Shakespeare fires warning at Tottenham ahead of Leicester clash

There will therefore be no European football at the King Power Stadium next season, but Shakespeare shrugged off reports that Algeria global Mahrez is considering his future at the club.

As a result, Claudio Ranieri was sacked and Craig Shakespeare replaced him.

Leicester City and Tottenham are set to lock horns at the King Power Stadium on Thursday in a rather inconsequential tie for either Premier League outfit. At this point, it is a matter of pride and finishing the season on a high note in their final two games: against Leicester, and Sunday versus an already relegated Hull City. "Of course, in my head, I have ideas on that". That being said, they are now in great form and I can only expect that they will also be keen to win this game.

Speaking ahead of tonight's game at home to Spurs, Shakepseare added: "At the awards night "Top" spoke about the club, how far it had progressed and how they want to progress even further. I'm not an off-the-cuff person, I like to be organised".

Wes Morgan and Robert Huth are among the players to miss out, and Shakespeare has said that fitness issues have started to "catch up" with his squad.

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The Algeria winger slipped as he kicked the ball, touching it twice, and while he scored it was ruled out meaning he has failed with four of his last 11 attempts.

Twelve months ago, Tottenham and Leicester City we fighting one of the greatest battles in footballing history and although now that battle does not exist anymore, a game between these two sides should still be one which is great for the neutral viewer. I don't know what his response will be.

Now, Mauricio Pochettino's men are confirmed as the second best team in the Premier League, and they will hope to beat the 11th-placed, and now deposed, champions. Players will want to take them in training but in practise maybe shy away. But also I am aware of what you are suggesting as well'.

Leicester City clawed their way out of the relegation slog weeks ago and now have their sights firmly set on finishing as high as they can. Danny Drinkwater, Papy Mendy and now Andy King joins the long list.

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