Liverpool vs Tottenham betting tips, odds and predictions for the big midweek match in the Premier League. Top of the table Spurs make the trip to Anfield to face Liverpool on Wednesday night and we're expecting a close and competitive 90-minutes on Merseyside. Liverpool have a phenomenal home record but Tottenham have proven so tricky to beat this season, so will the pair cancel each other out on Wednesday night?
Our Top Three Tips for Liverpool vs Tottenham
We have read through all the stats and have come up with our best bets for Wednesday's Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham. None of our predictions contain any basis and the only thing we want is for you to win. Each of the tips listed below are accompanied by the very latest odds available at the time of publication but could well change before kick-off.
These are the latest odds as of the publication date. However, odds often change in the build-up to a match, so please check with your bookmaker before you make a bet.
Liverpool Looking to Topple Spurs and Go Top
Liverpool could have pinched the top spot away from Spurs at the weekend if they had managed to beat struggling Fulham. The Merseysiders went behind in the 25th-minute and trailed their hosts at the half-time break. The Champions pushed for an equaliser in the second half and found it 11-minutes from time via a penalty kick, which Salah despatched. The visitors couldn't carve out an equaliser and had to settle for a point.
Tottenham started well away at Crystal Palace, taking the lead through captain Harry Kane in the 23rd-minute. The visitors held that lead into the break but couldn't find the all-important second goal, which ended up costing them. 9-minutes from the end, Schlupp scored an equaliser for the home side and the game ended all square.
Liverpool have only picked up two wins from their last six matches in all competitions, winning once and drawing on three occasions. The host's defeat came in the Champions League against Atalanta, but two of those draws were in the Premier League against Fulham and Brighton.
Tottenham claim the title of form favourites thanks to a run of three wins and three draws from their last six outings. The visitors have beaten the likes of Ludogorets, Arsenal and Antwerp during that period and drew with Palace, Chelsea and LASK.
Head to Head Record
Liverpool have had the better of their guests in recent encounters, with the Reds claiming wins in each of their last five games against Spurs. Tottenham haven't won at Anfield since back in 2011 and have only beaten Liverpool three times in the last 10-years. Of their last 159 meetings in all competitions, Liverpool have won 76. drawn 40 and lost 43 times against the North London club.
The hosts will be without Tsimikas, Jota, Gomez, Shaqiri, Milner, van Dijk and Thiago, due to injury, and there are concerns over Matip.
Bale could return for the visitors following a cold but Lamela has been ruled out until January at the earliest.
Liverpool vs Tottenham Best Free Bets
All of the predictions we provide are done in good faith and have been selected by an experienced tipster. We're expecting a tight and tense game between the top two clubs in the Premier League right now and it will be interesting to see if Liverpool's home record can continue despite so many injuries. Tottenham don't enjoy playing against Liverpool, especially not at Anfield, but they could show everyone their intentions this season with a positive result.
- Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals @ 5/4 with Betfred
- Anytime Goalscorer: Mohamed Salah @ 19/20 with William Hill
- Full-Time Result: Draw @ 3/1 with bet365
Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals
Two of the last three encounters between Liverpool and Spurs have produced under 2.5 goals. Five of Liverpool's last six fixtures have seen under 2.5 goals scored and the same can be said for four of Tottenham's last six outings in all competitions. Both teams don't tend to concede many goals, which is why we're not expecting a goal-fest on Wednesday night.
Anytime Goalscorer: Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah top scores for Liverpool in the Premier League this season with 10-goals, five of which have come from the penalty spot. The Egyptian forward has a good record against Spurs as well, netting 4-goals in his last six matches against the North London side. Salah has been Liverpool's go-to man this season and they are likely to need him against top of the table Spurs.
Full-Time Result: Draw
Three of Liverpool's last six matches in all competitions have ended in stalemates. Each of those games for the Merseysiders have ended via the same 1-1 scoreline. Spurs have drawn three of their last five fixtures and all three arrived away from home. Four of the last ten league meetings between the two clubs have ended all square.