Tottenham Vs Liverpool Free Tips [11th Jan]
Published on 09/01/20
Tottenham vs Liverpool is Saturday’s teatime Premier League game. Tottenham currently fall between two categories, in that they’re clinging on to a Europa League spot for next season, whilst they’re also only five points shy of a Champions League spot. But Tottenham must face the Champions-elect without Harry Kane, and his absence at a crucial stage last season caused Spurs a lot of problems.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Tottenham vs Liverpool.
Tottenham vs Liverpool Analysis
17:30 Kick Off on 11th Jan
Tottenham vs Liverpool Match Details
Tottenham vs Liverpool kicks-off at 17.30 on Saturday 11 January at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Tottenham have drawn two and lost one of their last three games, but they were all away from home. Prior to that run, they had beaten Brighton 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. They’ve also beaten Burnley and Bournemouth at home since the arrival of Jose Mourinho but lost 0-2 to Chelsea.
Before the arrival of Mourinho, they were also beaten at home by Newcastle and dropped valuable points at home in draws with Watford and Sheffield United.
Liverpool’s 19 wins from 20 Premier League games is awesome, and let’s not forget that unbeaten run stretches back well into last season.
Liverpool’s draw at Manchester United remains the only points they’ve dropped this season, and they’ve beaten plenty of other top-half teams on their travels including Chelsea and Sheffield United, whilst they were sublime in their 0-4 win at second-placed Leicester on Boxing Day.
What’s scary for the other teams is Liverpool look to be just starting to play some of their best football, with 23 goals and nine clean sheets in their last 10 games in all competitions. Van Dijk and Gomez have once more gelled to great effect in the centre of defence and Liverpool look have too much all-round quality for most teams.
Tottenham vs Liverpool Head-To-Heads
Tottenham and Liverpool have played each other 55 times in the Premier League, with Liverpool winning 26 of those matches to Tottenham’s 14, whilst 15 have been draws.
12 of Tottenham’s wins have come at home, whilst Liverpool have won just eight of their 27 away games at Tottenham, and seven have been draws.
Tottenham also had a good season against Liverpool in 2017/18 when they won 4-1 at home and drew 2-2 at Anfield. But it’s Liverpool that have won all three games since, two at Anfield and one at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and all with a 2-1 score-line.