Liverpool vs Tottenham Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
Sunday, 31st March 2019 @11:30
The international break may be over and the battle for the Premier League title and top four goes on as Champions League-chasing Tottenham Hotspur travel to Liverpool.
It may be a cliché to say, but every game for Liverpool and Tottenham has the importance of a cup final as the Reds target a first ever Premier League title and Tottenham go in search of a top four spot that look so assured a month ago.
To say Tottenham’s form has been worrying is an understatement and Mauricio Pochettino knows if he cannot start replicating his side’s Champions League form, then missing out on the top four is a very real possibility.
For Liverpool, the story is less bleak after back to back league wins has put Klopp’s men back to the top of the Premier League.
That is exactly why the Reds harbour the advantage in this tie according to a number of famous betting sites, but it will be no walk in the park for Liverpool.
Tottenham’s last visit to Anfield resulted in a highly entertaining 2-2 draw in February 2018 and the Lilywhites have won 11 of their sixteen 16 on the road so far this season.
The pair also share goals when they meet, as six of the last seven games have seen both teams score in all competitions.
Liverpool are yet to lose at home this season and have scored 12 goals in their last three Premier League home games – look for the Reds to edge a 3-2 thriller.
Over 3.5 goals
Two of the last three Premier League meetings between the two have seen four or more goals, making this a great way to go with relevant sportsbooks.
Liverpool to win and both teams to score
The Reds have not lost a game at home yet this season and have won eight of the last 13 games against Spurs in all competitions.
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Head to Head
It is Liverpool who has enjoyed most of the success between the two over the last six years.
The Reds claimed a 1-2 victory over the Lilywhites when the pair met at Wembley in the reverse fixture.
However, the when Liverpool last hosted Tottenham, an entertaining 2-2 draw ensued.
Overall, Liverpool have won 81 times over Spurs, who have claimed 48 victories, with a total of 42 draws.
- Liverpool remain unbeaten at home in the Premier League this season.
- Tottenham won 1-0 when the sides first met in a 1909 Division One game.
- Spurs have not won at Anfield since May 2011.
- Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Liverpool’s Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah have all scored 17 goals this season.
- Liverpool have received the fewest number of yellow cards this season with 32.