The two are currently vying for the Premier League title.
This year’s title race has certainly proved to be a surprising one, given that two unmentioned clubs now lead the pack.
Many now feel the Gunners are out of the title race, so out of the top two, who has the best run-in to help them win it?
Spurs have certainly enjoyed a fine second campaign under Mauricio Pochettino, with them certainly a group that is pulling in the same direction, much to their benefit.
Harry Kane has once again been the star man, topping the goalscoring charts again and proving he was not a one-season wonder.
They currently trail the Foxes by five points, and their run in is not an easy one, as they take on Liverpool, Manchester United, Southampton and a resurgent Chelsea in their last seven games.
Indeed, five of the teams they face are currently in the top ten, while West Brom are 11th.
Spurs remaining games: Liverpool (A), Man Utd (H), Stoke (A), West Brom (H), Chelsea (A), Southampton (H) and Newcastle (A).
It has been a wonder season from Leicester City this year, as they have surprised everyone to top the table.
After flourishing at the beginning of the campaign, recent weeks have seen them also show their defensive solidity, with a series of 1-0 wins to grind out wins as Chelsea did last season.
They are certainly the neutrals' favourites, although their run-in is a tricky one. They take on Southampton, Manchester United, West Ham and Chelsea, although two of those games are crucially at home.
Leicester remaining games: Southampton (H), Sunderland (A), West Ham (H), Swansea (H), Man Utd (A), Everton (H) and Chelsea (A).