Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur Live
Available on 9 channels inside the members area!!!
One of the most awaited fixtures in the Premier League is finally here, as Liverpool will welcome Tottenham Hotspur, to the Anfield Stadium this weekend. The match will be played on Saturday, starting at 17:30 hours, local time.
The mighty Reds have dropped down to the fifth place in the table with 46 points, courtesy of their five matches without a win. They have been held to draws by Chelsea, Manchester United and Sunderland, and have lost, surprisingly, to the likes of Swansea City and Hull City.
With Manchester United trailing them by just a point, they need a win here to move back in the top three. Spurs have been playing well in the recent weeks, and have moved up to the second place in the table owing to that. They just defeated Middlesbrough by 1-0, and are looking quite confident.
The Reds are unbeaten at home in 18 of their last 19 matches this season. In addition to this, they are unbeaten against the Spurs too, in their last nine meetings in all the competitions. But this time around, the visitors will be keen on breaking that jinx. This is going to be a close call. This is likely to end in a draw, or a win for the Spurs.
Liverpool will be hosting a inform Spurs side in what is a very important game for either side. Both the teams have been unbeaten in quite a while in the Premier League and this game promises to be a spectacle at Anfield on Tuesday February 10, 2015. Kickoff for the same will take place at 20:00 hours BST.
Liverpool drew the Merseyside derby over the weekend while Tottenham Hotspur won their derby after coming from behind.
The Liverpool defence will have to do a lot to contain in form Harry Kane who has been scoring at will. He has scored four goals in his last two games, and given Liverpool’s three at the back formation, he will have a lot of space to exploit. Christian Eriksen and Eric Lamela have been good in midfield as well.
Steven Gerrard may be rested for this game give than he played 90 minutes over the weekend. Lucas will miss out due to injury and hence Allen may take his place. Daniel Sturrdige may get his first start in this game since August. Jordon Ibe looked promising as well, but Lazar Markovic may just about retain his spot.
This game is a tough one to predict, but as Liverpool is playing at home, they have the upper hand and will have to make that count.
An intriguing weekend game pits Liverpool against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League this weekend. Watch Liverpool vs Tottenham live on your computer by joining Free-football.tv today.
The Reds maintained their push for the title with a 2-1 midweek win over Sunderland. They took the lead on 37 minutes through Steven Gerrard. Luis Suarez was fouled just outside the area and Gerrard curled the resulting free kick into the top corner.
Shortly after the interval, Liverpool made it 2-0 thanks to Daniel Sturridge. The former Man City forward scored his 20th league of the season with a curled effort that took a deflection off Sunderland defender Wes Brown.
There were some tense moments for the Reds towards the end after South Korean Ki pulled one back for Sunderland, but they held on for three crucial points to stay second in the league standings.
Spurs came from 2-0 behind to beat Southampton 3-2 in their last game. The architects of their win were Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen, who netted twice and Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson, who scored once.
Will Spurs dent Liverpool’s title hopes by beating them at Anfield? Watch Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur online streaming and find out.
Tags: Premier League, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Lazar Markovic, Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge