Without a win in their last five league games, Liverpool will be looking to put an end to their frustrating run of form when they host Tottenham at Anfield in the 25th round of the English top flight.
Liverpool Looking To Stop The Downfall
The hosts have started off the Premier League season on a very promising run of form. However, the team dropped many points in their last few games. They have failed to win in any of their last five league games in the English top division. Liverpool have collected a total of 3 points from a possible 15 in their last five league games in the Premier League. Their last league match was against Hull City away from home where they lost 2-0.
Liverpool are currently sitting in the 5th place in the league table. They have 46 points from 13 wins, 7 draws and 4 losses. The team scored 52 goals and conceded 30 since the start of the season.
Danny Ings, Marko Grujic and Ovie Ejaria are all sidelined for the hosts. Ragnar Klavan is back in training after spending almost a week in bed because of illness. Dejan Lovren is a huge doubt with a knee injury and will only play if he can train on Friday, while Adam Lallana also missed training earlier in the week.
Spurs Are In Form
The visitors are in a very strong form at the moment. Spurs have gone five games straight without a loss in the Premier League. The team is looking a very strong candidate to finish in one of the top four positions this season. Tottenham have collected a total of 11 points from a possible 15 in their last five league games in the Premier League. Their last league match was against Middlesbrough at home where they won 1-0.
Tottenham are currently sitting in the 2nd place in the league table. They have 50 points from 14 wins, 8 draws and 2 losses. They have scored 46 goals and conceded 16 since the start of the season.
Jan Vertonghen, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou and Danny Rose all miss out for Spurs through injury here. Kieran Trippier is closing in on a return to fitness, but Erik Lamela is set to miss out once more as he recovers from a hip problem.
Head To Head
Liverpool have won 2 of the last 5 meetings between the two teams. The last clash between the two teams was in August 2016 when the final score was 1-1 at White Hart Lane.
Both teams to score @ 1.70 – Get Free Bet Here
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