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Liverpool Vs Tottenham Preview: Premier League Live Streaming, Team News, Predicted Line-Ups, Match Facts, Highlights, Betting and More

In-form Tottenham travel to Anfield to take on a Liverpool side with hopes of improving their hopes of securing a Champions League berth.

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Venue Anfield, Sunday 4pm, Sky Sports 1

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Last season Liverpool 0 Tottenham 0

Referee Michael Oliver

This season’s matches 17 Y44, R1, 2.65 cards per game

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Liverpool

Subs from Jones, Gulacsi, Downing, Skrtel, Allen, Sterling, Shelvey, Wisdom, Coates, Suso, Robinson, Assaidi

Doubtful None

Injured Kelly (knee, Mar), Flanagan (knee, Apr), Borini (shoulder, May)

Suspended None

Form guide WWLDDW

Disciplinary record Y40 R2

Leading scorer Suárez 21

Tottenham Hotspur

Subs from Friedel, Naughton, Caulker, Gallas, Carroll, Lennon, Huddlestone, Livermore, Falqué, Dempsey, Adebayor

Doubtful Adebayor (knee), Lennon (hamstring), Dempsey (calf)

Injured Kaboul (knee, 23 Mar), Sandro (knee, Aug)

Suspended None

Form guide WWWWDD

Disciplinary record Y39 R2

Leading scorer Bale 16

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Head-to-head

Tottenham have won four of their last five games against Liverpool (W4, L1).

Spurs won 2-0 at Anfield in May 2011, but that is their only victory in their last 18 Premier League games away to Liverpool.

Liverpool

Liverpool’s last six league victories have seen them record a winning margin of at least three goals (3-0 twice, 4-0 twice and 5-0 twice), scoring 24 unanswered goals. In total, they have won eight matches by at least three goals this season – a league high.

The Reds have scored 22 Premier League goals in 2013, the highest tally in the top flight prior to this weekend.

Luis Suarez is the third different player to have scored at least 20 Premier League goals for Liverpool, following in the footsteps of Robbie Fowler and Fernando Torres.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs are unbeaten in 12 league games, their longest run without defeat since a 14-match streak between November 1984 and March 1985.

They have won their last four league games, and have been beaten in only one of their previous 16 matches (W11, D4, L1).

Gareth Bale has scored seven times in Tottenham’s last five league games.

If the Welshman scores against Liverpool he will become the first Spurs player to net in six consecutive Premier League matches. The last Spurs player to manage that feat in the top flight was Garth Crooks between December 1984 and January 1985.

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