Tottenham Hotspur will be hoping to get a result after a disappointing defeat at Watford last time out, while Liverpool will be eager to continue their impressive 100% start to the season.
You can wonder:
If this match sees three goals, this will become the Premier League’s highest-scoring fixture ever, overtaking the 151 goals scored in matches between Arsenal and Everton.
Matches featuring these two teams have had staggering 22 penalties, more than any other in the competition’s history.Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has a great record against Spurs, scoring all three of Liverpool’s Premier League goals against them last season. All eyes will be on him after he helped Egypt humble Niger Rep. with 2 goals in his name and further 2 Assist.
Harry Kane also enjoys this fixture. The Spurs striker has been directly involved in seven goals in seven Premier League appearances against Liverpool, scoring five and assisting two, including four in the last two matches.
But must be in full strength and energy if he must beat the Liverpool wall, comprising of Virgil Van Vjik, and Young Star Joe Gomez.
It will be all eyes on Tottenham goal post, as their number One shot-stopper Hugo Lloris will be out for the game, but The Spurs are handed a big boast with the fit-again Dele Ali will be available for the super game.
Lucas Moura will be hoping to continue his fine form against the League Leaders, while the entire Tottenham Team must be in their best if the must get anything out of the game against the in-form Liverpool Side.
It is a selection headache for Jurgen Klopp, who has at least 2 players in each position to choose from. it will be interesting to see if he calls upon the likes of Fabinho and Shaqiri to the starting eleven after the both were impressive for their countries “Brazil and Switzerland” respectively during the International break.
The fans will also be in high spirit as they keep tabs on Alison Becker after his disappointing error last time out at Leicester, which resulted in a Leicester consolation goal.
Sadio Mane has already underlined his strength in the 2018/ 2019 Season with fine form hitting 4 goals in 4 games for Liverpool.
Whatever comes out from the game, it will surely be entertaining and a blast, as they two teams would need result heading into a difficult Champions league week against top sides.
Referee: Michael Oliver
Assistants: Stuart Burt, Simon Bennett
Fourth official: Kevin Friend