It promises to be a fascinating encounter between Liverpool and Tottenham when they clash at Anfield on Sunday, with two of the Premier League’s youngest managers locking horns.
Spurs beat the Reds 2-1 in the reverse fixture earlier this season and looked imperious as they brushed aside a poor Inter Milan in the Europa League on Thursday, but will be concerned about what the likes of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and former Inter man Phillipe Coutinho can do to them.
On the other hand, they have Gareth Bale, a man so dominant at the moment that he is even scoring own goals just to give himself a challenge.
Andre Villas-Boas has had a very good first season at White Hart Lane and looks set to guide his charges to a top-four spot at the very least.
Brendan Rodgers has endured a bumpier ride in his debut campaign on Merseyside, but things seem to have clicked lately as Liverpool look to finish the season strongly, though the top four is almost certainly out of reach.
It is sure to be a tight game (it finished 0-0 last season) and so we here at bwin have tried to dig up some stats that could just give us a hint as to which way this one might swing, and more importantly, how you can make some money from it.
Check out the five key stats below and then read our full preview of the match right here, and if you’re a new customers you can register here to claim a free £20 bet with your first deposit.
7: In Tottenham’s last five Premier League games they have scored nine goals, of which Gareth Bale has scored seven. The Welshman can be found at 7/4 to score at any time, or 6/1 to bag the first goal of the game.
15: Of Liverpool’s last 20 games, 15 of them have seen over 2.5 goals scored. You can back this clash to feature three or more at odds of 31/50.
16: In 39 Premier League meetings between the sides, Liverpool have won 16, with Spurs victorious on 12 occasions and 11 draws. The Reds are 83/100 to win this Sunday.
20: Liverpool have scored an incredible 20 goals in their last six games at Anfield in all competitions, including two 5-0 triumphs, and can be backed at 23/10 to score three or more against Spurs.
26: The number of points Spurs have picked up in their 14 away games in the Premier League this season. Andre Villas-Boas’ men are 14/5 to make it 29 at Anfield.
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