The Premier League returns with a huge top-four clash this lunchtime, as Tottenham Hotspur host Liverpool at Wembley.
Can Spurs recover from their damaging reverse at Watford? Or will the Reds maintain their 100% start to the season?
Liverpool have lost on their last four visits to Wembley but are the 13/10 favourites this afternoon.
Mauricio Pochettino will be without Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris for this one.
Add in Harry Kane’s rumoured fatigue and Son Heung-Min’s recent return from international duty, and the hosts could look a little blunt up front.
Lucas Moura’s movement will be their biggest weapon against Liverpool’s centre-halves.
The visitors will press Tottenham across the pitch, with Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane providing the irresistible firepower.
If they can get a goal early on, as per three of their four matches so far, they could take significant control of the match.
Expect the full-back battles on both sides – Ben Davies v Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kieran Trippier v Andrew Robertson – to also be key.
Salah bagged all three of Liverpool’s goals against Tottenham last season.
However, it’s Mane who is the man to watch. The Senegalese international has four goals in four matches so far and is (x) Anytime today.
Christian Eriksen is another bang in form after netting twice for Denmark against Wales during the international break. He’s (x) Anytime.
As mentioned earlier on, the visitors will look to strike early in North London.
They’ve opened the scoring inside 30 minutes on three occasions so far this season. They’re 13/2 to do so between 21-30 minutes here.
Where: Wembley Stadium
When: 12:30pm, Saturday 15th September 2018.
How to watch: Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Football
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