Liverpool Vs Tottenham Free Tips [27th Oct]
Liverpool vs Tottenham is one of this Sunday afternoon’s (October 27) big televised Premier League games and its normally an encounter that gets the juices flowing.
Tottenham’s season hasn’t exactly gone to plan so far but their confidence will be up after a 5-0 Champions League win on Tuesday. That boost has come at just the right time following Liverpool’s first dropped points of the 2019/20 Premier League season at Manchester United.
Check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for Liverpool vs Tottenham.
Liverpool vs Tottenham Free Tips Analysis
16:30 Kick Off on 27th Oct
Liverpool vs Tottenham Match Details
Liverpool vs Tottenham kicks-off at 4.30pm at Anfield on Sunday 27 October.
Only a late goal at Old Trafford kept Liverpool’s unbeaten Premier League record intact for the season but even a point there was perfectly acceptable from a fixture they’ve now failed to win for the past six seasons.
Despite Liverpool’s run of 17 Premier League wins coming to an end at Old Trafford, it’s hard to knock Liverpool’s home form this season which includes wins over Norwich (4-1), Arsenal (3-1), Newcastle (3-1) and Leicester (2-1).
It hasn’t all been plain sailing this season, as Liverpool needed a 95th minute James Milner penalty to beat Leicester. But Leicester were the last team to take a point at Anfield in January, so you could argue Liverpool have improved again this season.
Something else to consider about Liverpool’s form is they’ve conceded a goal in all four home games this season.
Tottenham’s away form this season has been a bit of an enigma as they’ve managed 2-2 draws against Manchester City and Arsenal but have also suffered defeats at Brighton (3-0) and Leicester (2-1).
But those results are less of a shock when you consider that Tottenham haven’t won a Premier League away game since beating Fulham in January.
Liverpool vs Tottenham Premier League Head-To-Heads
Liverpool and Tottenham have played each other 27 times at Anfield in the Premier League and Liverpool have won 15, drawn eight, and lost two.
Tottenham got the best of Liverpool two seasons ago with a 4-1 win at Wembley and a 2-2 draw at Anfield, but Liverpool regained their dominance last season by winning both fixtures 2-1.