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Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool match preview
The stand-out fixture of this Premier League weekend, without debate, comes from North London, as two unbeaten teams put their records on the line.
The positivity at Tottenham Hotspur continued last Sunday as they held fierce rivals Arsenal to a 2-2 draw away from home, with Son Heung-Min twice equalising.
Having won four on the spin beforehand, Ange Postecoglou’s unbeaten start to life as a Premier League manager continues, with Spurs currently fourth, just four points below leaders Manchester City.
After this, Tottenham take on Luton, Fulham and Crystal Palace, before a huge Monday night clash with Chelsea to start November.
Thus, victory here for Spurs could prolong their unbeaten streak a lot further.
Liverpool meanwhile are two points better off than their hosts, having won every game, in all competitions, since the opening weekend.
Last Sunday, the Reds made it five successive Premier League victories by beating West Ham at home; Mohammed Salah, Darwin Núñez and Diogo Jota on target.
Then, on Wednesday, Jürgen Klopp’s team reached the Carabao Cup fourth round, coming from behind to win 3-1 again, this time against Leicester City.
Cody Gakpo equalising, Dominik Szoboszlai lashing home an absolute thunderbolt and then Diogo Jota securing the win at Anfield.
With a trip to Brighton and then a Merseyside derby up next, this is a crucial period for Liverpool, as their title credentials are sorely tested.
Amazingly, Spurs have won just one of their last 23 meetings with Liverpool, this a 4-1 hammering at Wembley in October 2017.
So, can the Reds burst Spurs’ bubble, or will the Postecoglou hype train continue?
Tottenham Hotspur team news
Having crashed out of the Carabao Cup last month, Ange Postecoglou has had a full week to work on the training ground.
Ideally, he’d like to name an unchanged XI, although Spurs supporters are sweating over the fitness of James Maddison, after he hobbled off at Arsenal.
Assuming he’s good to go, the team will be the same, with Heung-min Son continuing to lead the line, chosen over Richarlison.
Predicted XI (4-3-3): Vicario; Porro, Romero, van de Ven, Udogie; Sarr, Bissouma, Kuluševski, Maddison, Johnson; Son Heung-min.
Liverpool team news
Caoimhín Kelleher, Jarell Quansah, Kostas Tsimikas, Wataru Endō, Ryan Gravenberch and Ben Doak all come into the XI in mid-week, but Jürgen Klopp could revert to the XI that beat West Ham last Sunday.
This includes Darwin Núñez and Luis Díaz in attack, although Cody Gapko and Diogo Jota did both score in mid-week, given Klopp a potential headache.
If he’s going with his best pressing forward, it could be Núñez and Jota, but we’ll see.
Trent Alexander-Arnold remains sidelined, so Joe Gomez will keep his place at right-back.
Goalkeeper Alisson has faced Tottenham 11 times and never lost, the most he’s taken on any opponent without ever tasting defeat.
Predicted XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Gomez, van Dijk, Matip, Robertson; Jones, Mac Allister, Szoboszlai; Salah, Núñez, Jota.