Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool Match Preview & Best Odds

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Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool Match Preview & Best Odds


Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool will be aiming to continue their respective winning runs when they lock horns at White Hart Lane on Saturday evening.

It’s crunch time in North London on Saturday evening when Spurs and Liverpool put their unbeaten league runs on the line, the home side’s most recent outing ending in a 2-2 draw away to arch-rivals Arsenal last weekend and Liverpool bagging themselves a win over Championship side Leicester City in the third round of the League Cup earlier this week.

Tottenham have enjoyed an excellent start to the campaign and while they have dropped down to fourth position in the table on account of their two dropped points at Arsenal, they remain unbeaten in the top-flight having scored at least two goals in each of their opening six Premier League outings. Having lost on penalties to Fulham in the second round of the League Cup, Spurs were without any midweek cup action but while this elongated recuperation may do them soon good, the fact that they have conceded five goals in their last three league outings will be a concern ahead of their meeting with red-hot Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have leaped ahead of Spurs in the Premier League table with a seven-game winning run across competitions and as things stand they sit second to leaders Manchester City who have as yet failed to drop any points whilst in league action. The Reds haven’t been bested by their weekend opponents since the 4-1 drubbing they received six years ago and in the subsequent twelve meetings they have managed to avoid defeat to the North Londoners. This will be their first meeting with Tottenham under Postecoglou however and White Hart Lane will be bouncing on Saturday evening.

This is a match which should live up to its billing, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool piling in the goals and making up for any defensive shortcomings. The Reds have been tough to break down this term and while Spurs have been leaking aplenty, they too have been having little difficulty on the goal-scoring front. This promises to be an evenly-fought encounter with little to choose between the sides and as such, we’re going to back the spoils being shared in North London on Saturday evening.


Back a draw at best odds of 3/1