Liverpool have suffered an almost catastrophic fall from grace, it certainly hasn’t been the fairytale ending Klopp was promised (but have now subsequently been forgotten), but these sorts of games still present an opportunity to make a statement.

 Spurs will have something to say about that for sure though – they have stuttered and stumbled at times, but their quality is undeniable.

To Win (90 mins)
Liverpool 5/10
Draw 42/10
Spurs 4/1


Earlier in April Liverpool lost to Crystal Palace, many thought that given the results around them, they could still recover and remain relevant in what was becoming a competitive race to the Premier League title. The problem was, Liverpool once again stumbled badly against Everton and then consolidated that poor performance at West Ham.

Insofar as the title is concerned, it’s done. The likelihood of Jurgen Klopp’s men getting the results they need elsewhere in the League and winning their own games to lift the League title just isn’t going to happen. In fact, they need to ensure they remain relevant in the Champions League places now!

So, how do we call this one then? What is the mood at Anfield? Klopp and an out of sorts Mo Salah having a crack at each other on the sideline, Darwin Nunez unable to finish upfront all just adds pressure.

Look, tribal lines aside, Klopp is a fierce competitor, his aggressive style loud brash brand saw Liverpool return to the heights of European football – I’m not sure he deserves his time there to end in such a whimper.


I know Spurs have been up and down, but there is no denying that some of the results they managed to register in recent weeks have been impressive. Now whilst saying that, I am still aware of the fact that they have not been consistently at their best – not by a long shot!

Big Ange has certainly imposed a far more confident style at Spurs, but I’m not sure his ability to adapt to the varied style’s you see in the League is quite there. The frustrations and contests you face will change, there just has to be duality and a sense of adjustment in order to extract your best performance consistently.

Nevertheless, for me the biggest take away for Spurs this season is the shift in their mentality. If anything, that is where they will benefit most in the long run.

Prediction: Spurs (4/1)

Yes, I am going with the big call this weekend! I think Liverpool is as insecure as we have seen them in a while, the longer Spurs stay in the game the more pressure builds at Anfield and then all of a sudden, the energy changes.

Spurs have some really smart and quick defenders; they can earn goals from anywhere on the pitch – I think they win.

Written by Ryan Liberty