Tottenham will complete the toughest week of the season with the clash against Liverpool

Tottenham will complete the toughest week of the season with the clash against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon at Anfield.

Spurs faced Arsenal in the North London derby last weekend and they also had a tough game against Chelsea on Thursday night in the postponed fixture of Matchday No 26 at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool have 13 wins, 3 draws, and 1 loss in 17 home matches in this term of the Premier League. Spurs conceded seven goals in consecutive league defeats to Newcastle and Arsenal. All but one of Tottenham’s last 16 league games saw three or more goals scored.

Neither Liverpool nor Tottenham have justified their fans’ expectations in the crunch time of the season. The Reds completely lost the battle for the Premier League title by claiming just one point from the last two league affairs against the likes of Everton and West Ham.

Spurs also suffered consecutive defeats to Newcastle and Arsenal recently. They’ve conceded seven goals in the process. They entered mid-week’s match against Chelsea seven points shy of Aston Villa in 4th place. The gap is assailable with two games in hand but can Spurs clinch a big result on Sunday at Anfield?

Liverpool vs Tottenham Prediction
Both Liverpool and Tottenham possess a strong firepower on display in the final third and yet both outfits have been horrendous defensively throughout the whole season. Each of the last seven head-to-head encounters between them provided goals at both ends.

Everything points towards a goal fest on Sunday afternoon at Anfield. Despite their recent slump in form, there is a lot to like about Liverpool’s win here as well. This is Jurgen Klopp’s last match against a top-six opposition in England and his penultimate game in general at the Anfield.

Liverpool have dominated this matchup historically, especially in the games in their own backyard. They still own a fantastic home record with 13 wins, 3 draws, and 1 loss in 17 league matches at the Anfield this season.

Also, Spurs had a very tough game against Chelsea on Thursday night. In these circumstances, we have to go for Liverpool to win & Both Teams To Score pick at the 2.25 odds.

English journalists have written a lot about the argument between Mohamed Salah and Jurgen Klopp during the last weekend’s match at West Ham. They are the two legends of the club and we are convinced that they will make things right with just three games remaining until the end of the season.

Salah should absolutely be in the starting lineup on Sunday. Spurs conceded seven goals in successive losses to Newcastle and Arsenal. We will back the Egyptian winger to score anytime on Sunday at the 1.80 odds.

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