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Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool to win 3-1 against Tottenham- 12/1!

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Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

April 30, 2023

4:30 pm GMT+1

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur match preview

These two clubs finished second and fourth last season but, this time round, neither will be qualifying for the Champions League, baring a remarkable turnaround.

Tottenham Hotspur kick off one point better off than their hosts, although they have played a game more.

This time a week ago, Spurs were on the wrong end of their biggest Premier League defeat for almost a decade, smashed 6-1 by Newcastle.

They found themselves 5-0 down after just 21 minutes at St James’ and, the following morning, interim boss Cristian Stellini was sacked.

Then, on Thursday night, led by Ryan Mason, the interim to the interim, Tottenham were on course for another defeat, this time 2-0 at down against Manchester United at the interval.

But Mason’s team rallied and earned a deserved 2-2 draw, with Pedro Porro and then Son Heung-min on the scoresheet.

This though didn’t do Spurs’ top four hopes much good, as they remain six points below Man United having played two more fixtures.

Here, can Tottenham claim their first Premier League victory outside London since October, with their most-recent win at Anfield coming in 2011?

Given that Liverpool are unbeaten in 11 meetings with Spurs, winning the reverse fixture 2-1, a home win seems likely.

Jürgen Klopp’s team made it three wins on the spin on Wednesday, coming from behind to beat West Ham.

Cody Gakpo fired home an equaliser at the London Stadium, before Joël Matip’s bullet header at the death snatched the points.

So, with six games remaining, the Reds are up to seventh, knowing a victory here could see them end the day fifth.

Given that Liverpool have lost just one of their last 81 Premier League games at Anfield with supporters present, a resounding home win seems likely.

Liverpool team news

Given their ongoing winning streak, there’s little reason for Jürgen Klopp to change anything.

Curtis Jones is enjoying a run in the side, chosen over Thiago.

In attack, Darwin Núñez and Luis Díaz will be desperate to start, but Diogo Jota and Cody Gakpo’s respective good form is keeping the duo in reserve.

Mohammed Salah meanwhile bagged a brace in November, taking his tally to ten against Tottenham, only netting more frequently against the two Manchester clubs.

Fabinho will miss Liverpool’s next two games, Fulham (H) and Brentford (H), if booked.


Predicted XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, van Dijk, Konaté, Robertson; Fabinho, Henderson, Jones; Salah, Gakpo, Jota.


Tottenham Hotspur team news

Hugo Lloris, who was taken off at half time at St James’ Park, missed Thursday’s game due to injury, with Fraser Forster set to deputise once more.

Ben Davies came off the bench in mid-week, his first appearance since that 3-3 draw at Southampton, so he could replace Ivan Perišić at left-wing-back.

In attack, Ryan Mason handed Richarlison a start against Man United, at the expense of Dejan Kuluševski, with the Brazilian still seeking his first goal of the season.


Predicted XI (5-2-3): Forster; Porro, Romero, Dier, Lenglet, Davies; Højbjerg, Skipp; Kuluševski, Son Heung-min, Kane.


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Ben Gray

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