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Kane netted his 50th Tottenham goal to set up a replay. Getty

Full time: Tottenham 2-2 Leicester

A fine FA Cup tie see both sides get what they didn't want, a replay. Christian Eriksen put Spurs ahead before Wesolowski headed home. Shinji Okazaki came off the bench to put Leicester ahead but Harry Kane scored his 50th goal for the club from a controversial penalty.

Well that is all we have time for on this live text. I hope you have enjoyed our FA Cup coverage this weekend and we'll be back for the fourth round draw tomorrow evening. Until then, goodbye.

Into three minutes of stoppage time and Spurs are pushing for a winner. Can they get it?

Goal: Tottenham 2-2 Leicester (Harry Kane)

Robert Madley awards a spot kick to Spurs after the ball flicks up and is palmed away from the path of Danny Rose by Lloyd Dyer. Leicester fume but Harry Kane is unperturbed, thundering beyond Schmeichel. Are we heading for a replay?

Penalty to Tottenham

Onomah has impressed me in the Tottenham midfield and he wins another corner which is headed away by Leicester. Into the final five minutes and Bentaleb responds with the hosts' best effort of the half, which Schmeichel punches away.

Kasper Schnmeichel remains unemployed as Alderweirled smashes over from 25 yards. Tottenham having plenty of the ball but can't break through.

Hard to think of too many time Kasper Schmeichel has been called into action in this game, bar when he pushed out Nacer Chadli's effort which led to the opening goal. Thirteen minutes left.

Dele Ali will be Mauricio Pochettino's final change. The England defender is getting final instructions at the moment. Spurs getting desperate.

Harry Kane on for Tom Carroll for the final 23 minutes. Nabil Bentaleb replaces Eric Dier meanwhile. Time running out for Spurs to turn it around.

Demarai Gray almost begins his Leicester career in the grand manner, cutting inside and unleashing a fine effort which is deflected just wide of Vorm's left-hand post. Changes for the Foxes too as Marc Albrighton is on for Gray. Harry Kane's introduction is imminent.

It has been all Tottenham since the goal with Son flashing a cross across goal which Chadli couldn't direct on target. Now Chadli himself twists and turns but Schmeichel makes an easy save.

Goal: Tottenham 1-2 Leicester (Shinji Okazaki)

The Tinkerman gets it right again as Shinji Okazaki scored just three minutes after coming on as a half time substitute. King turns the ball round the corner and Okazaki gets past Carroll, wrong-foots Alderweireld and after first first being denied by Vorm, he slams in off the post.

Second half under way at White Hart Lane. One change for Leicester as Okazaki comes on for Kante.

Half time: Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

Very entertaining first half from two sides in the higher echelons of the Premier League. Christian Eriksen and Marcin Wesilewski have traded goals and while there has been plenty of enterprise, chances have been few and far between.

Fair to say not much in the way of clear-cut chances in this game, but plenty of free-flowing football. Leicester the latest to have a foray in the attacking third and ends with Lloris claiming Gray's deflected shot.

Good cup tie this between two enterprising sides. A replay does neither of them any favours so you can understand why both teams are really attacking. Leicester are without Mahrez and Vardy but look just as effective going forward.

Goal: Tottenham 1-1 Leicester (Marcin Wasilewski)

The Foxes bite back immediately. A corner from the right comes in and Wasilewski escapes the attention of Alderweireld and directs a header beyond Vorm. Fine goal.

Goal: Tottenham 1-0 Leicester (Christian Eriksen)

Barely nine minutes played and Spurs are in front. Onomah plays in Chadli down the left channel of the area, his shot is turned away by Kasper Schmeichel but the ball falls to Christian Eriksen, who takes a touch and slams the ball home. Great start for the hosts.

Danny Rose is Tottenham's captain today and he gets free down the left, only to screw his cross wide. Not an ideal start from the skipper.

Demarai Gray making his first Leicester start this afternoon after his move from Birmingham and he is straight into the action, cutting inside and shooting wide of the Spurs goal. Look forward to seeing how this boy gets on.

Leicester get the game under way at White Hart Lane. How will these two fare without their top scorers?

Teams are out at White Hart Lane. Both sides have made a host of changes each but there is no doubting this competition represents a real chance to win a trophy this season.

Full time at Stamford Bridge and Chelsea are into the fourth round. Latest score at Brunton Park is Carlisle 2 Yeovil 2 and they're into stoppage time there. But for now, let's turn our attention to Tottenham-Leicester in the penultimate game of the third round.

Chelsea and Scunthorpe are into the final 10 minutes at Stamford Bridge so not long until we turn our full attention to matters in north London where Tottenham and Leicester play the first of two games in the space of four days.

Still over half an hour to go at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea continue to lead Scunthorpe by a Diego Costa goal. The League One side holding their own however. You can follow live coverage of that game via our live blog, here before we begin out build-up to the game at White Hart Lane.

Interesting teams named by both sides ahead of this game. Tottenham ring the changes there are starts for Michel Vorm, summer signing Kevin Wimmer, youngster Josh Onomah and Nacer Chadli.

Leicester given a debut to January signing Demarai Gray following his move from Birmingham City, in place of top scorer Jamie Vardy. Gokhan Inler and Lloyd Dyer are among the other starters.


Tottenham: Vorm, Trippier, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose (c); Carroll, Dier; Chadli, Eriksen, Onomah; Son

Leicester: Schmeichel (c), De Laet, Wasilewski, Benalouane, Chilwell, Inler, Kanté, King, Dyer, Ulloa, Gray.

Teams should be with us in the next few minutes, but what do we already know about how both sides will line up?

Mauricio Pochettino is set to shuffle his pack and recall a number of players who have been sidelined this term. Mousa Dembele, Alex Pritchard and Clinton Njie however are all out.

Jamie Vardy has returned to training after groin surgery but he remains out of the team as Claudio Ranieri's side travel to north London. Demari Gray could make his Foxes debut but Jeff Schlupp and Matt James are both injured.

The penultimate FA Cup third round tie is an all-Premier League affair as Tottenham host Leicester for the first of two meetings between the pair in the space of four days. Sunderland, Southampton and Newcastle were ousted from the competition on Saturday and another is guaranteed to join them. Spurs have had a super season under Mauricio Pochettino and are outsiders to launch a title bid, while Leicester have stalled of late having failed to score in their last three games. Jamie Vardy's absence today makes the task of breaking through the best defence in the top flight even harder. Team news on the way.