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Liverpool vs Tottenham Predictions & Betting Tips

Liverpool vs Tottenham Betting

It’s Liverpool against Tottenham at Anfield on Wednesday, and it’s, of course, the game of the week. It’s the number one against number two in the Premier League, and the clubs have established a rivalry since the Champions League final in Madrid back in 2019. Both teams dropped points on Sunday against opposition they should beat and maybe their eyes were already on the big game that waits ahead?

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16th December 2020 – 20:00

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Liverpool vs Tottenham Betting Tips


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Liverpool vs Tottenham Predictions & Tips

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Current Table Position And Home & Away Performances

Liverpool have been absolutely drained in injuries this season, and Diogo Jota is the last on the list to miss up to eight weeks after a knee problem he caught in Denmark last week. Joel Matip is also a doubt after he had to leave the pitch at Craven Cottage at half time and if he’s not fit, Liverpool will be without all their three central defenders in a game where they’re up against one of Europe’s most deadly attacking duos in Harry Kane and Heung Min Son.

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Liverpool vs Tottenham Odds

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Liverpool have scored more goals than any team in the league this season, and Mohamed Salah keeps scoring every week. At the same time, Liverpool are top in terms of conceded goals if you look at the teams in the upper half of the table and Spurs have Harry Kane and Heung Min Son in fantastic form. José Mourinho will most certainly come to Anfield with a defensive set-up, and he’ll be more than happy to control the game with an organized defence where his team can attack from the counters rather than build up lasting attacks.

Both teams have players made for occasions like this, and with a Liverpool side that pretty much never leaves Anfield without a goal in the league and a Spurs side that will hit and hurt on the counter we think it’s well worth to back both teams to score.

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Liverpool are favourites ahead of this, but with their current form and all the injuries, we think it’s harder to predict the outcome. Mourinho would love to be the manager to kill Liverpool’s streak of 65 league games at Anfield without a loss, and his defensive style will frustrate Klopp. We think a double chance of X2 is well worth a bet as well.

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Q. What time is kick-off for the Liverpool vs Tottenham game?

Wednesday 20:00

Q. What ground is the Liverpool vs Tottenham played at?

Anfield

Q. What are the odds on Liverpool winning?

3/4 (Odds subject to chance)

Q. What are the odds on Tottenham winning?

7/2 (Odds subject to change)

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Born and raised in London, John has always been in love with sport. He started successfully his own blog back in 2006, while writing for football in several newspaper. John has also worked with several betting operators as sports trader and has joined BettingTips4You.com since the start in 2013. John is now head of the content team at BettingTips4You.com.