Nairabet Preview: Tottenham Hotspur – Liverpool: Expect the Reds to leave London without losing

The Merseyside outfit have looked impressive against the Lilywhites in recent outings and will hope to let it continue

The big game on Sunday in the Premier League will see Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool go head to head at the iconic Wembley Stadium.

Spurs will be in high spirits after holding reigning Champions League winners Real Madrid to a draw at the Santiago Bernabeu in midweek. They also got their first home win in the league this season against Bournemouth last weekend and are (2.15) with Nairabet for another victory in their temporary ground.

The Reds thrashed Maribor away in Slovenia to reignite their fire in Group E of the Champions League. Liverpool found no way past fierce rivals Manchester United at Anfield last weekend but are offered at (3.35) by the same firm to turn things around.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Real Madrid v Tottenham, Champions League 2017/18

A draw at the end of 90 minutes comes in at a price of (3.70).

Maurcio Pochettino’s men are winless in their last nine games against Liverpool. What’s more is that the Reds have are unbeaten in their last four away games with Spurs. Jurgen Klopp’s charges maintaining that unbeaten record is available at odds of (1.75).

140 goals have been scored in this fixture which is the third highest in Premier League history. Backing both teams to find the back of the net is priced at (1.55).

James Milner Roberto Firmino Philippe Coutinho Liverpool Maribor

Mauricio Pochettino hasn’t won any of his last seven games Liverpool. The 18-time league champions are offered at (2.05) to win either half in this match.

Harry Kane has never scored at home against the Merseysiders and he’s tipped to bang in the game’s first goal at (3.80) with LionsBet.

Sadio Mane has scored most league goals (16) for Liverpool since he switched to Anfield from Southampton. With the Senegalese remaining sidelined due to injury, Roberto Firmino is the favourite to score for the Reds anytime at (3.00).

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