Tottenham Hotspur are attempting to stop Liverpool fans from buying tickets in the home end for Sunday’s clash.
Liverpool were allocated 3,116 tickets for the game and some fans are attempting to buy tickets in the Tottenham end which are on general sale.
Tottenham are yet to fill Wembley Stadium in the Premier League this season.
Tottenham Hotspur announced on Thursday lunchtime that general tickets had sold out.
Tickets were showing as available in the upper tear
Tottenham held discussions with Wembley Stadium, Brent Council and the Metropolitan Police to resolve the issue.
Eventually, Tottenham stopped supporters who were not on the club’s database, prior to September 2017, from buying tickets.
Liverpool fans are unhappy with the small allocation which they received for Sunday’s 4 pm kick-off.
Premier League rules state away sides must offer a minimum of 3,000 tickets to away fans or 10 percent of the capacity if the ground is smaller than 30,000.
The Reds received just 3.5 percent of Wembley’s seats.
Tottenham largest attendance so far this season is at 73,587, which came against Chelsea in the Premier League.
Tottenham vs Liverpool
Both sides were in European action during midweek, travelling the continent.
Tottenham and Liverpool obtained very postive results and will be hoping to carry this into Sunday’s showdown.
Spurs are still questionable at Wembley, having just edged past a Bournemouth side placed 19th in the league.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are sat 8th following two consecutive draws.
Klopp’s side are hoping to get back to winning ways following a tricky spell in the league.
Both sides are missing key players most notably, Saido Mane for the Reds, whilst Spurs will be without Ben Davies.
Read 101 Great Goals’ full match preview of Sunday’s game between Tottenham and Liverpool here.