Choose a money-back bet for Liverpool v Spurs
One of the biggest English Premier League matches this week takes place at Anfield Stadium in Liverpool on Tuesday, Feb. 10 when Liverpool hosts Tottenham Hotspur. Both of these clubs are hoping for top-four finishes this season to reach the 2015/16 Champions League competition. Liverpool will definitely be heading into the match with some confidence since they’ve managed to beat Spurs by a minimum of three goals in each of their past three meetings and are currently unbeaten in the league in their last eight outings.
Liverpool is coming off of a disappointing 0-0 draw at Everton though while Spurs managed a come-from-behind 2-1 victory of Arsenal in the North London derby at White Hart Lane on the weekend. Spurs have now lost just once in their past 12 matches. Spurs enter the game in fifth place with 13 wins, four draws and seven defeats for 43 points and are just one behind Man United and two back of Southampton. Liverpool sits in seventh with 39 points from 11 victories, six draws and seven losses.
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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will be hoping Lucas Leiva and Adam Lallana are fit enough to play while it looks like Brad Jones and Jon Flanagan will definitely be out with injuries. As for Spurs, they basically have a healthy side for manager Mauricio Pochettino to choose from. Liverpool has lost just one of their past 20 home matches against Spurs with 13 wins and six draws. The two sides met earlier in the season at White Hart Lane with Liverpool winning 3-0.