Spurs v Liverpool Betting Tips & Predictions

Despite consecutive Premier League defeats, Liverpool are 6/5 favourites for their Premier League clash with Tottenham at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

Liverpool impressed to beat Napoli in midweek, while Tottenham won a dramatic match away to Marseille to secure top spot in their Champions League group. 

The Premier League is the focus again this weekend, with Spurs sitting 10 points clear of their Sunday visitors. 

Antonio Conte received a boost on Friday with news that Dejan Kulusevski is set to return, although Heung-min Son, Richarlison and Cristian Romero are out for the hosts. 

Luis Diaz, Joel Matip, Arthur, Naby Keita and Diogo Jota remain unavailable for Liverpool, who could also be without James Milner. 

Double Chance: Tottenham Or Draw

13/17 (Sport Nation)

Tottenham’s loss to Newcastle in their last home match was the first time they dropped points in front of their own fans. 

Since then, they have notched a come-from-behind win over Bournemouth and recorded a late win against Marseille. 

Both of these matchups ended in draws last season, and Liverpool have taken just two points from their five away league matches this term. 

Jurgen Klopp’s team have already lost away to Manchester United and Arsenal. 

First Corner: Liverpool 

4/6 (William Hill)

Liverpool average 7.1 corners in their favour per Premier League match. Spurs are at just 5.1. The Lilywhites also concede one corner more per match than Liverpool. 

Conte has been criticised for his willingness to relinquish possession and play on the break, but that isn’t going to change any time soon. 

While Spurs are the hosts, don’t be surprised if it’s Liverpool who play more like the home team early on and force the first corner. 

To Be Shown A Card: Yves Bissouma

12/5 (Bet365)

Given Tottenham’s injury crisis across the forward line, Conte is probably going to play 3-5-2. Packing the midfield is a good ploy against Liverpool regardless of availability, and Yves Bissouma can make it difficult for the visitors in central areas.

Bissouma, though, is a consistent card risk. He has three yellows in under 500 league minutes after being booked 10 times last season. 

All odds are subject to change

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