Premier League Sunday 6th November 2022

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool 16:30

  • Met 158 times in the league before, Spurs 42, Draws 41, Liverpool 75
  • Last season’s repeat fixture ended, Spurs 2-2 Liverpool
  • Both head-to-heads last season ended in DRAWS
  • Firmino (Liverpool) has scored in 2 of the last 5 head-to-heads
  • Mo Salah (Liverpool) has scored in 3 of the last 7 head-to-heads
  • Harry Kane (Spurs) has scored in 4 of the last 10 league head-to-heads
  • Both teams scored in 12 of the last 15 league head-to-heads
  • 8 of the last 11 league head-to-heads went OVER 2.5 GOALS (all comps)
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in 8 of the last 9 repeat league fixtures
  • Liverpool have won 7 of the last 9 head-to-heads

The pressure continues to mount on Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool as the Reds suffered another humiliating defeat last weekend – this time at the hands of Leeds.

Prior to that game Liverpool suffered a loss to Nottingham Forest and with just 16 points now their league title season is over and even a ‘top four’ finish is very much in doubt.

Next up in the Premier League for Liverpool is a trip south to face Spurs, who came from behind to see off Bournemouth last Saturday and with 26 points from their opening 13 games have started the season well.

The match betting sees Liverpool still as favourites at 2.37, with the draw 3.60 and Spurs on offer at 2.80.

Last season this clash ended 2-2 and you can back that again at 13.00 – in fact both games ended in DRAWS last season.

We’ve also seen both teams find the back of the net in 12 of the last 15 head-to-heads, so this options appeals at 1.50, while 8 of the last 11 league clashes have seen Over 2.5 Goals.

Liverpool are unbeaten in 8 of the last 9 repeat league fixtures and have won 7 of the last 9 head-to-heads in all comps.

In terms of the scoring markets Spurs’ Harry Kane and Liverpool’s Mo Salah and Bobby Firmino have done will in this fixture over the years – Kane can be backed at 5.50 (1st) or 2.40 (anytime), Firmino 8.50 (1st) or 3.50 (anytime) and Salah is 6.00 (1st) or 2.60 (anytime).

Overall, in the current form of the sides is actually hard to think Liverpool are favourites in the match betting here – especially being away from home too. However, the safer bet looks to be to side with both teams to score. They’ve both got plenty of firepower up front, but are also both prone to leaking goals at the moment – which looks a winning formula for this bet.