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Tottenham Hotspur Predictions, Odds, and Live Stream

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Every football fan’s eyes will be focused on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when the Spurs take on Liverpool on Matchday 22. Since Jose Mourinho’s men failed to impress in their last league match, with the team losing at St. Mary’s Stadium, they will be hungry for victories. Tottenham Hotspur will enter the pitch on Saturday evening looking to boost their chances of finishing the season in the top four.

The Reds, on the other hand, aim to move one step closer to winning their first Premier League trophy since 1990As always, all eyes will be on duo Sadio Mane – Mohamad Salah, who helped the Reds beat Sheffield United in the first game of the year.

The host has a 23% chance of winning this game. Check out BettingPremier’s Odds Converter tool for probability predictions.


When is the Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool clash?

Event:  2019-20 English Premier League

Game:  Tottenham Hotspur VS Liverpool

Date:  11 January, Saturday

Location:  London (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)

TV Channel, Live Coverage, and Online Streaming

NBC Sports televises the Premier League in the US.

BT Sport also broadcasts the Premier League in the UK. To stream matches on BT Sport, you must be a BT Sport Pack subscriber on Sky TV or a BT Broadband customer.

Hotstar streams the Premier League in India. You need an Indian payment method to subscribe to Hotstar.

Betting Tips

According to bet365, the betting odds of Tottenham Hotspur VS Liverpool match is fixed as:

Tottenham Hotspur – 4.33

Liverpool – 1.66

Draw – 4.20

In order to know the complete list of fixtures along with the odds, visit our page EPL weekly odds and outright odds.


Match Facts

Having picked up just one point from games at Norwich City and Southampton, Spurs now sit 6 points adrift of Chelsea. Unfortunately Mourinho is running out of options as the clash approaches this weekend, with a number of injuries to contend with ahead of welcoming the table leaders to North London. But Liverpool will look to continue their relentless march towards claiming the Premier League title when they travel to face Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp’s men find themselves 13 points clear of closest challengers – Leicester City and have a game in hand, with last week’s 2-0 win over Sheffield United, marking a calendar year since Liverpool lost in the league. However, they will be aware of the threat carried by Jose Mourinho’s Spurs, who will be desperate to produce a big performance following an array of poor results. The leaders are also on a 37-game unbeaten run in the league and Jurgen Klopp will keep his players focused despite them edging towards a first title in 30 years.

Head to Head

Over their previous meetings, Liverpool have dominated the hosts in several games in both, home and away fixtures. With an early damage this time, as the Spurs suffer from injuries taking a toll on some of the club’s finest young talents. As for the Reds, defeating the Spurs is not something new for them, since their massacre in the Premier League continues to break records. And if there’s a difference that Klopp’s men would face when they visit Tottenham on Saturday, then it would have something to do with the influence of the club’s new manager.

Mourinho VS Klopp

A home win should not be considered as Harry Kane suffered an injury in the 1-0 defeat to the Saints. Jurgen Klopp’s troops are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against Tottenham and we predict that they are going to take advantage of the fact that Harry Kane is out of contention with injury. But the good news for the hosts is that Korean International – Son has served his ban and will join the Spurs for this game on Saturday.

Although Mourinho seems hopeful about his new team, settling with the boys and guiding them to focus on the possibilities would still be a fine challenge. With his experience in the league, the Spurs might come up with a strategy that can hold the visitors off for 45 minutes, or even score a goal by any chance.


Just like the odds say, Tottenham have a better chance of drawing this game rather than winning it, which is purely subject to the Red’s influence in the league. It could have even been a tighter clash if the Spurs were fit enough to play with their full squad under the management of Jose Mourinho. But things seem to be going well for Jurgen Klopp’s men, as they have this clash ahead of them that will eventually add on to their brutal streak in the campaign.

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