- Spurs XI: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Carroll, Dier, Lamela, Eriksen, Alli, Kane.
- Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, Kante, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy.
- Live commentary using audio icon at top
Spurs desperately looking for an equaliser but can they find one?
Ant: Leicester should realistically be looking at top 4 now, amazing story if they pull it off!
Ian Marks: If Spurs don't buy a half-decent striker this month it'll be a betrayal of all the fine work Poch has done. Desperate.
Four minutes added on.
Both sides make a change. Leicester bring on Nathan Dyer for Riyad Mahrez. Spurs' teenage striker Josh Onomah replaces holding midfielder Eric Dier.
Harry Kane hits a powerful half-volley that smacks Wes Morgan in the head. Big Wes probably didn't even feel it. Can Spurs find an equaliser?
That's Leicester's first Premier League goal in four games. And what a big time to score it.
Huuuuuuuuuuth. Leicester have the breakthrough, a huge goal in the title and Champions League race. Christian Fuchs whips in a corner and Robert Huth - who has a farcical amount of space - sends his header into the top corner.
Spurs bring on forward Son Heung-min for Tom Carroll - an attacking switch.
Nick Green: Foxes proving they can be solid at the back now their goals have dried up
First yellow card of the game as Spurs' Eric Dier brings down Leonardo Ulloa with a late sliding tackle.
Spurs midfielder Dele Alli is found by Harry Kane, takes on a few Foxes defenders and then forces a diving save from Kasper Schmeichel.
Sean Elliot: It's all these draws that will cost spurs a top four finish. Looking like a 10th league draw. Too many points thrown away.
Leicester bring on midfielder Andy King for forward Shinji Okazaki - is Claudio Ranieri taking a point?
Spurs somehow survive as several Leicester players have shots in the same move. Riyad Mahrez, Danny Drinkwater and Leonardo Ulloa all have efforts blocked - at least one by a Leicester player.
Spurs forward Erik Lamela has had plenty of shots tonight and he blazes Ben Davies' cross over the bar.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy is being replaced - that's five games without a goal for him - Leonardo Ulloa comes on.
And Spurs make a switch too, Christian Eriksen comes off for the slightly less creative midfielder Mousa Dembele.
We've seen 20 corners in this game - John Motson is stunned by this fact in the Match of the Day commentary feed I'm watching.
That's 20 more corners than goals.
Christian Eriksen tries to find Dele Alli with a ball over the top but it's beyond the England youngster.
John Nixon: Lloris posted Walker's bail there, amazing goalkeeping!
This is the chance of the game. Erik Lamela plays the ball into Harry Kane, whose shot is saved onto the crossbar by Kasper Schmeichel. Great save by the Leicester keeper.
Kyle Walker gifts the ball to Jamie Vardy - not for the first time tonight - with a woefully under-hit backpass and keeper Hugo Lloris comes running out to take the ball and Vardy out. Some fans wanted a penalty but it was never a foul.
Leicester winger Marc Albrighton looks furious with someone - presumably himself - as he runs the ball out for a throw-in needlessly. This hasn't been a classic.
This might be the closest Spurs have come as Ben Davies runs down the left and picks out Erik Lamela, but his shot from about 12 yards out is deflected wide. He should probably have finished.
Spurs have a free-kick as Wes Morgan bundles over Harry Kane but Christian Eriksen's shot is straight into the wall. Hard to know what he was trying to do there.
Leicester's Christian Fuchs plays a one-two with Riyah Mahrez from a corner and plays it to Danny Drinkwater, whose 25-yard shot is deflected out for another corner.
The second corner ends up at Jamie Vardy's feet 10 yards from goal but his shot is deflected over. That was his first sniff of goal.
Christian Fuchs launches in a throw with Robert Huth causing mayhem in the Spurs penalty box.
It comes to nothing however.
James from Newcastle: With Arsenal level and City and Everton goalless, Spurs need to capitalise to keep the momentum going for a top four place.
Second half is under way.
Come on goals, let's see some of you.
With Arsenal and Manchester City both drawing at half-time, it's as you were in the top four (although with everyone having an extra point).
Both sides have played all right but neither team have been great. Not a classic but not the worst game either.
One minute until the break.
Former QPR striker on BBC Radio London
The return to fitness of Mousa Dembele, with a bit of strength, he can carry the ball and shoot from distance. He might be considered on the hour mark by Spurs.
We're approaching half-time now, neither team seem desperate to get a goal before the break.