Spurs crushed the Reds last September with a 4-0 win at White Hart Lane in the Premier League, but the 34-year-old is confident that the team will get revenge at Anfield
Spurs humiliated the Merseyside club in a 4-0 victory at White Hart Lane in September, and beat the Reds at Anfield late last season to crush any hopes of Champions League football.
However, whilst Carragher, 34, accepted that Harry Redknapp’s side have been impeccable this campaign, he believes Liverpool can match any side on home turf, no matter how tough the tie.
“Spurs have probably been the most impressive team in the league for me this season,” the defender told the club’s official website.
“I know they aren't top but they're great to watch. They play great football, very fast paced and they certainly showed that against us at White Hart Lane.
“That was our biggest defeat of the season and something we want to rectify.
“The game changed a bit towards the end when we were down to nine men and the scoreline flattered them to a certain extent but they played really well that day. We didn't start well enough and they caught us out.
“They also won at Anfield towards the end of last season. That's probably in the mind as much as anything.
“We realise we're playing against one of the best teams in the league and it's going to be very difficult.
“But we have proved in the last two home games – against the two teams above Tottenham [in the table] – that we're more than a match for anyone in the country.”
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