The key matchup on Saturday night in North London will feature Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, who will both be looking to extend their winning runs in the Premier League. The Reds most recently defeated Leicester City 3-1 in the EFL Cup, but the Lilywhites most recently drew 2-2 with fierce rivals Arsenal last weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool
On Saturday, Tottenham will host Liverpool in a tantalizing Premier League matchup. With unblemished records on the line, the contest features two of the division’s most exciting teams.
Following the hiring of Ange Postecoglou, optimism is returning at Spurs, and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are displaying signs of regaining their best form following a challenging season last time out.
The former Celtic treble winner hasn’t lost in 90 minutes in seven games, and the entertaining football he has Spurs playing won’t surprise fans north of the border, but it’s definitely been well received at a team that hasn’t had much success recently and has been playing boring football.
His reputation was enhanced last week by a characteristically exciting draw with North London rivals Arsenal, and tomorrow will be yet another significant test.
Jurgen Klopp rested his star players for this match in the capital since Liverpool played Leicester City in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. But they still prevailed.
Klopp’s team has maintained the momentum from the conclusion of last season and has won five straight league games in addition to a lopsided Europa League victory in Austria. This will serve as a strong indication that they are capable of competing with Manchester City and Arsenal on a level playing field.
Given their recent success against Tottenham, the Reds will be confident about keeping their undefeated streak against the Spurs. In their last 12 encounters with Spurs, they are unbeaten, winning nine times and drawing three times. Liverpool defeated Tottenham twice in the league last season, 2-1 in London and 4-3 in the rematch at Anfield.
Tottenham is averaging an astounding 2.3 goals per game on average, scoring in all seven of their games across all competitions while giving up goals in five of them.
Liverpool has had one clean sheet while scoring in all eight of its contests (21 goals, or 2.6 goals per game). This season, there have been at least four goals scored in exactly half of the Premier League games involving one of these teams. Given that both of these teams appear powerful offensively but weak defensively, they should be able to score more than 3.5 goals collectively.
What else can we expect from these two teams? Almost every single game between them in recent years has ended with big scorelines. Right now, more importantly, both sides are in incredible form. Liverpool have not been this strong in a few years and Tottenham have not been this confident in even longer. Both sides score multiple goals every single match.
Tip: Draw / Over 2.5 Goals
Draw – ❌
Over 2.5 Goals – ✅
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