Liverpool v Spurs
The Premier League returns on Saturday after the International break with the highlight match being when Klopp's Liverpool take on Pochettino’s title-chasing Spurs at Anfield.
Liverpool v Spurs is also live on Sky Sports 1 at 17:30 and there are plenty of bookie offers to claim, including betting offers and promotions on the match.
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Liverpool v Spurs: Preview
Although online bookies offer Liverpool up as the favourites to take the 3 points at Anfield on Saturday, it’ll certainly be a tough game for Jurgen Klopp’s men to win.
Spurs have won 8 of their last 10 Premier League games, compared to Liverpool’s 4 out of 10, and so for those looking at the form table, it's Spurs you should be putting money on.
The last time these teams met in the Premier League the game ended in a 0-0 draw, however the corresponding game this time last year saw Liverpool beat Spurs 3-2.
Spurs may be having a much better season, but Liverpool will be hoping their good form at Anfield continues and they take all 3 points and move up from 9th in the table
Liverpool's Best Odds: 8/5
If you’re betting on Liverpool denting Spurs' title challenge, William Hill offers the best odds on Jurgen Klopp’s men grabbing a home win at 8/5.
Liverpool have been holding 9th place in the Premier League for quite a while, but they’re struggling to move any further up the league table due to their poor away form.
Saturday’s home game against Spurs could be the turning point, as it is the last game they'll play against a top team until the end of the season.
The Reds have had a pretty unlucky season injury wise but that’s set to change as it looks like Origi, Benteke, Firmino, Moreno and Leiva will be back in time for the Spurs clash.
Jurgen Klopp's men won 3-0 against Man City in their last home game, and will be hoping for another home win against Spurs, who they’ve beaten in 5 of the last 6 matches.
It will definitely be a challenging game, but if Liverpool can return to the form the showed against Villa and Man City, it''' be easy to see why bookies offer them as favourites.
Spurs' Best Odds: 19/10
It’s been a few years since Spurs beat Liverpool at Anfield, but if you think they'll pull off a win, Bet Victor offers the best odds at 19/10.
Spurs come into the clash having won 8 of their last 10 matches, 4 of their last away games and on the back of a 3-0 win against Bournemouth and a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa.
Pochettino’s men are currently holding 2nd, just 5 points behind leaders Leicester, and while Liverpool will be a challenge, they could win if they maintain their current form.
A win against The Reds is key for Spurs’ Premier League campaign as they still have to play Man Utd, Chelsea and Southampton before the end of the season.
If they want to have a real chance of winning the league, Spurs need to secure all 3 points as Leicester don’t really have that many difficult matches left this season.
Pochettino has a few injury worries, but it looks as if Vertonghen and N’Jie will be back in contention for the game, however Lamela and Bentaleb are still on the sidelines.
Odds On A Draw: 9/4
Apart from the match at White Hart Lane earlier this season, Liverpool v Spurs rarely end in a draw with fans only witnessing 2 in the Premier League since 2008.
If you think they'll draw for a second time this season, PaddyPower offers punters the best odds on the match ending in a draw at 9/4.
NB: Betting odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 09:21 11/12/2016.