Tottenham will host Liverpool in a massive Premier League clash on Sunday evening at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in North London.
How to cashout from the game between Tottenham and Liverpool
SportyBet offers odds on the big Premier League game between Tottenham and Liverpool
Antonio Conte and Jurgen Klopp will be hoping a win in this game could turn the tide around for them as each of their teams continue to underperform this season.
Tottenham v Liverpool preview
Sunday, November 6, 17:30 (GMT+1)
Tottenham were touted for a title charge this season but even this early on, that looks unlikely despite Spurs being just five points adrift of league leaders Arsenal.
Liverpool on the other hand have fallen massively short of their status as serial title contenders as they currently languish in mid-table.
The outcome of this one is tricky because league form suggests Tottenham are favourites but history gives this one to Liverpool.
Tottenham v Liverpool betting tips
Tottenham are valued at a massive 3.37 odds on SportyBet to win this game at home to Liverpool, an outcome that is entirely possible for reasons explained below.
I.68 odds on SportyBet for a double chance on Tottenham is also a good idea and a safer option for this game as Liverpool have not won away from home in the league this season.
Both teams to score at 1.60 odds on SportyBet is also a good idea especially since eight of the last 10 games between these teams have produced that outcome.
Tottenham are six places and 10 points ahead of Liverpool on the Premier League table this season and have won eight league games so far, twice as many as their visitors.
Spurs also have the fourth-best home record in the league this season with five wins out of six home games.
Liverpool by comparison are yet to win a league game away from home this season with two draws and three defeats to show for their travels.
The good news for Liverpool here is that they have a great away record against Tottenham and are currently unbeaten in their last five visits.
They have also won eight of the last 10 away games against Tottenham in all competitions with just one defeat and draw each.
Injury problems could limit Tottenham’s chances in this game as star player, Son Heung-Min is currently out having had surgery to repair a facial fracture.
New signing Richarlison would have slotted in to replace Son rather seamlessly but he is also out injured with calf problems while central defender Christian Romero is ruled out with a muscle injury.
Liverpool’s injury problems have been well documented, forwards Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz are still out with long-term injuries.
Midfielders Arthur and Naby Keita are also unavailable for selection as is central defender Joel Matip who is also on the treatment table.