Liverpool v Spurs: Hosts to prevail as both teams score
How things have changed since the last time these two met.
The 3-0 win at White Hart Lane back in August was Mario Balotelli’s debut for the Reds and his partnership with Daniel Sturridge showed positive signs, while Harry Kane was an unused substitute for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
Now, Balotelli is the man most likely not to take the field for the Merseyside battle, while Kane has gone from third-string youngster to England squad certainty.
With the top-four race between the pair now bubbling up nicely, we present three equally hot bets for the contest:
Brendan Rodgers may have engineered three consecutive heavy wins to nil over Spurs, but he’s unlikely to add to that daisy chain at Anfield.
The north Londoners have scored in 10 straight games in all competitions, while Liverpool’s failure to score against Everton was their first in eight Premier League outings.
Along with the aforementioned three wins to nil in a row, the red half of Merseyside have a 3-2 triumph to their name from this fixture in the 2012/13 season to add to their recent string of dominance.
The most in-form striker in the land has scored 11 times in his last 14 games in all competitions and has notched more Premier League goals on the road this season than he has at White Hart Lane.
His price to bag at anytime is also the best on the market too.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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