Tottenham vs Leeds United: Harry Kane to deliver first Premier League win for Antonio Conte

Conte is in charge of his third game as Spurs boss and first Premier League match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium where he will be hoping Kane continues his England form.

Antonio Conte is already two games in as Tottenham boss but even he knows he has his work cut out with this squad.

His first fixture in charge ended in victory but it was hardly plain sailing as they nearly surrendered a three-goal lead to Vitesse at home.

They then secured their first Premier League clean sheet since August against Everton at Goodison Park but saw their own goal output dry up as well.

Spurs goals should be back on the menu for the visit of 15th-placed Leeds United. However, the West Yorkshire side are unbeaten in their last two. 

When, where and how to watch

When: Sunday, November 21, 16.30 GMT

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London

How to watch: Live on Sky Sports

Follow live in-play odds and updates via our match centre

Best bets for Tottenham vs Leeds United

Tottenham to win and Harry Kane to score at anytime - 13/10

Under 2.5 total match goals - 23/10

Tottenham with the most bookings - 9/5

Kane to return to his prolific best?

Tottenham will be hoping Harry Kane can translate his goalscoring form from the international stage to club level after bagging seven goals in two games for the Three Lions.

A hat-trick against Albania and four in the rout of San Marino are hardly the biggest indicators that Kane has returned to form but goals for his country won't harm him.

The forward has netted seven times in 16 appearances for Spurs this season but just one of those has come in the Premier League - against relegation candidates Newcastle United.

The odds of Kane scoring at anytime and Tottenham winning has been boosted by Planet Sport Bet from 6/5 to 13/10.

Leeds will be looking to build on recent results, even if they haven't been the most convincing of performances. Marcelo Bielsa's side defeated rock-bottom Norwich City 2-1 and then earned a draw against Leicester City before the international break.

Leeds may still be in denial about a relegation battle but results don't lie and Bielsa will be under serious pressure should they endure another poor run - four of the five teams below them have already dismissed managers this season.

Don't expect a classic either - the two clubs have only scored 20 goals between them in 22 fixtures.

Leeds have picked up 24 yellow cards this season - the sixth most in the league - compared to 21 for Tottenham. However, since Conte's arrival, Spurs have been carded five times, with one of them being red in the Europa Conference League.

Under the Italian, we expect a more aggressive Tottenham side and, at 9/4, we fancy them to pick up more yellow cards than Leeds.

Last three meetings

Leeds United 3-1 Tottenham (Premier League, May 8, 2021)

In an entertaining game at Elland Road, Stuart Dallas put Leeds in front with his eighth league goal of the season. The Northern Ireland international scored a rebound from close range after Hugo Lloris prevented an own goal by Sergio Reguilon.

Forgotten man Dele Alli produced a sensational pass down the inside-right channel to assist Heung-min Son who slotted into the bottom right. While it was a cool finish, it was the ball from Alli which deserved the plaudits.

Patrick Bamford made it 2-1 to Leeds after tapping in Ezgjan Alioski's cross before substitute Rodrigo bagged a third to hand Ryan Mason his first league defeat in three games as interim manager.

Tottenham 3-0 Leeds United (Premier League, January 2, 2021)

Son Heung-min and Harry Kane Tottenham

Heung-min Son scored his 100th goal for Tottenham to ensure his side won their first game since December 6.

Harry Kane converted a penalty for the opening goal of the game after Illan Meslier's foul on Steven Bergwijn.

The forward's inviting ball from the right was then converted by Son to double the advantage for Jose Mourinho's men.

In a game full of Leeds errors, Toby Alderweireld piled on the misery for Marcelo Bielsa with a near-post header at the start of the second half - a goal which stemmed from a fumble by Meslier.

Leeds United 2-1 Tottenham (FA Cup, January 27, 2013)

Leeds got the better of Tottenham in a memorable victory for the Championship side in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Luke Varney ran clear to give Leeds an early lead following a handful of missed chances before Ross McCormack made it 2-0 after a clinical finish.

Clint Dempsey gave Spurs hope by pulling one back and substitute Jon Obika missed a glorious chance to equalise late on.

Last 10 head-to-heads

Tottenham wins: 6

Draws: 2

Leeds United wins: 2

Goalscorer bets for Tottenham vs Leeds United

Leeds United's Raphinha celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Premier League match at Elland Road, Leeds

Harry Kane is looking to build on a rcih vein of goalscoring form during the international break and while he only has one goal in four appearances against Leeds, he'll fancy his chances of ending a barren run in the league.

Kane admitted he had a strong connection with Jose Mourinho during his time at Spurs and this was reflected in him winning the Golden Boot last season with 23 goals, in addition to bagging the most assists (14).

Antonio Conte may not be the best of friends with Mourinho but they have a similar coaching style and the former Inter Milan and Chelsea boss is the perfect man to motivate Kane back to his best. The England captain is 3/1 to score a brace and 12/1 to net a hat-trick on Sunday.

Heung-min Son is Spurs' top scorer this season (four) and has two from two against Leeds. The forward has not reached the heights of the last couple of campaigns but his form owes much to the work of Kane. A revitalised Kane will be good news for backers of Son who is around 4/1 to score first.

For Leeds, goals have also been hard to come by but it hasn't helped that they've been without Patrick Bamford. The forward, who won his first cap for England earlier this year, has not featured for Leeds since September due to an ankle injury.

Bielsa is refusing to put a time on when he will return to the starting line-up but he is expected to be on the bench for Sunday.

Raphinha has been the player scoring the goals for Leeds with five in 10 outings. In comparison, the Brazilian notched up six goals in 30 Premier League appearances in 2020/21. He is 9/1 to score the first goal and a big 25/1 for a brace.

READ MORE: Kamara? Aribo? Kent? Defoe? - Who will Gerrard be raiding Rangers for?

Latest Soccer Videos