Even though the UEFA Nations gave a bit more interest to a usually dull international break, I’m sure I am not the only one happy that the EPL is back. And what a game to re-introduce us to it! Spurs host Liverpool in a game that was meant to be the first at the new White Hart Lane will now take place at Wembley and Spurs will hope to put the previous defeat to Watford behind them and end Liverpool’s 100% start in the league. That may be easier said than done as Liverpool have scored nine times in just four games with the deadly front three of Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane set to cause Spurs defence all sorts of headaches. Saying that, not many teams get three goals at Old Trafford and Spurs will claim they have firepower of their own worth worrying about. Both teams had the majority of their usual starting 11 away on international duty so it will be interesting to see which group transition back to club football the easiest.
Spurs v Liverpool Betting Tips
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A boost for Tottenham is that Heung-Min Son could return to the Spurs line-up after the South Korean midfielder dismissed suggestions he is fatigued. The 26-year-old had been called away for international duty last month at the Asian Games but is now fully available for his club. Inplay betting on Tottenham could lead to some interesting odds if they are to concede early

Moussa Sissoko and Erik Lamela are doubts and Pochettino has ruled out Dele Alli who has a muscle strain meaning Dembele should start in midfield alongside Eric Dier and Christian Eriksen.

Lucas Moura should start upfront next to Harry Kane, while Ben Davies is expected to get the nod at left wing-back ahead of Danny Rose.

And a typical back three of Jan Vertonghen, Davinson Sanchez and Toby Alderweireld is likely to be deployed.


Liverpool will still be without Dejan Lovren. The defender has not featured this season after returning from the World Cup with a pelvis injury. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Rhian Brewster, meanwhile, are long-term absentees.

Klopp will keep a settled back four of Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Van Dijk and Robertson.

The Reds boss appears set on James Milner and Naby Keita starting, and with Adam Lallana out, it seems captain Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum will battle it out for the final space in a 4-3-3 setup. In such a key fixture, though, skipper Henderson is expected to get the nod. No change to the front three of Salah, Firmino and Mane who will look to devastate yet again.

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Tottenham v Liverpool Head to Head

Last season the corresponding fixture saw the home side 4-1 victors and at Anfield it was 2-2. Season before a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane in Klopps first game in charge and Liverpool won 2-0 at home.

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Tottenham v Liverpool Stat Attack

  • In 52 games between the two, there has been 149 goals scored.
  • This game is only second to Arsenal v Everton for goals scored in the Premier League (151).
  • Since Klopp has taken charge of Liverpool. Four of their six league matches with Tottenham have ended in a draw, which is the joint-most draws they’ve had against any team in the Germans tenure.
  • Spurs have scored in their last 12 league matches at home against other members of the big six.
  • There have been more penalties awarded in games between these two teams than between any other teams in the premier league era.

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Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Tips

Both teams have scored in five of the last six meetings between these teams, and in eight of the Reds’ 10 away games against the big six in the last two seasons. Liverpool have found the net in 11 of their last 12 games with Spurs, so everything points towards goals in this match. Both teams to score is (1/2), so it looks like the bookies agree.

Liverpool are favourites (13/10) going into this however, I feel the better value and most likely is the draw. Both teams to score and draw is (3/1). This is a market I like and a bet I’m going for.

The penalty stat above is interesting and added to that, the referee on Saturday is Michael Oliver, who is second in the ranking of current top flight refs for frequency of awarding spot kicks. As 63% of penalties go to home teams, this will give Kane a boost. Kane to score anytime is (21/20) and it may be worth a punt on a penalty to be awarded at (11/5). All these markets are with Betbright.

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