Date: 28th October 2016 at 6:12pm
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Mauricio Pochettino’s unbeaten Tottenham side host Premier League champions Leicester on Saturday as the two front runners from last season meet for the first time this term.
The Foxes are finally finding their feet in the league after a poor start to their title defence, despite a perfect record in the Champions League.
Spurs however have had no such worries early in the campaign and remain the only side in the top flight without a loss to their name.
After a 0-0 draw on the South Coast against Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth last weekend, the former Southampton boss will be desperate for a win to keep them in line as title contenders.
But just how content are the White Hart Lane faithful with the season so far, and what are they expecting this weekend?
Shoot! spoke to Spurs expert, Harry Hotspur to find out:
Focusing on the season as a whole, you have got off to a great start, just how happy are Spurs fans at the moment?
Many fans are delighted to see the boys at the top end of the table. However those with brains are concerned with Poch, his relationship with Levy and whether we’re ever going to actually win anything.
 
What will be considered a successful campaign?
It depends what you want from life. Champions League qualification to boost the bank balance or a big shiny trophy to remind everyone this is a football club.
How far can this season’s side go?
There’s a mythology inside Spurs that because Harry Kane came through the development squad (eventually) that we now have a production line in place. We don’t. The first team squad is thin. Not far, is the short answer.
Turning to this weekend’s game, are goals a worry after the 0-0 draw with Bournemouth?
Any fan who doesn’t worry about goals is a fool.
What are you expecting from the champions?
And well deserved Champions in my view. I’ve never seem a side win the league, and be so derided as they did so. I expect the Foxes to be tough to get at.
Who do you feel are Leicester’s real danger men at the moment?
There are no ‘new’ surprises. Ranieri has proved himself to be a class act. It is Poch’s job to outwit him.
What can Pochettino do to snub them out?
Build a time machine, go back to whatever he said to our lot before the Man City game and repeat that…
Equally, who should Leicester fans be worried about in the Spurs ranks?
Mousa Dembele is a menace. If he’s on the starting XI sheet, call the FA and ask if you can just throw throw the match.
And finally, can we have a score prediction? 
One of them to win by a single goal.
To read more from Harry, head over to www.theboyhotspur.com.
 
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