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Conte took charge of one league game, the 0-0 draw with Everton, before the international break but has now had more of a chance to work with a squad that looked devoid of confidence in the final matches of Nuno Espirito Santo’s brief tenure.
The Italian will be buoyed by the apparent return to form of Harry Kane, who scored a remarkable seven goals during an enjoyable international break for the England captain.
Kane will hope to build off of the back of two free-scoring performances against Leeds, who are fifteenth in the Premier League after a mixed start to the season.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have won only two games but are unbeaten in their last three ahead of a visit to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Date, kick-off time and venue
The match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is scheduled for a 4.30pm GMT kick-off on Sunday November 21 2021.
Where to watch Tottenham vs Leeds
TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports’ Main Event and Premier League channels, with coverage beginning at 4pm.
Live stream: Sky subscribers will be able to watch the game through the Sky Go online player or app.
LIVE coverage: Follow every kick with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog.
Tottenham vs Leeds team news
Spurs suffered a potential double injury blow during the international break, with news of a hamstring injury suffered by centre-half Cristian Romero following Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s absence from Denmark’s fixture against Scotland.
Romero will be assessed on his return to the club but is considered a major doubt. An injury to Hojbjerg would cause real issues for Antonio Conte, who is already without the suspended Oliver Skipp, who has started the Italian’s first two games in charge alongside the Dane in midfield, for the visit of Leeds.
In better news for Conte, Ryan Sessegnon is back in training and could soon replenish Tottenham’s left-wing-back options, while Bryan Gil has returned, too.
Tottenham vs Leeds prediction
Tottenham will be looking for something of a statement performance to properly kickstart their time under Antonio Conte, and will recognise that they cannot afford to cede too much further ground to their top-four rivals if they are serious about Champions League qualification this season.
While Leeds could cause a defence still adjusting to a new system problems, particularly if Cristian Romero is ruled out, a first Premier League win for Spurs under their new manager may just be on the cards.
Tottenham 3-2 Leeds
Head to head (h2h) history and result
Tottenham wins: 37
Leeds wins: 33