Liverpool vs Tottenham: Reds to stay in top-four race
Liverpool vs Tottenham: Reds to stay in top-four race

Liverpool vs Tottenham: Reds to stay in top-four race

Kick-off: 1630, 30/04/2023

Stadium: Anfield

TV: Sky Sports

Liverpool and Tottenham will each bid to keep their slim top-four hopes alive when they meet at Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday.

The good news for the Reds is that they won the reverse fixture in London 2-1 earlier this season and last lost to Spurs back in 2017.

We like 98/100 for a home win and over 2.5 goals as our first Liverpool vs Tottenham prediction.

Reds ‘on the right track’ – Gakpo

Liverpool may ultimately have to settle for Europa League qualification but are not giving up on the Champions League without a fight.

Wednesday’s 2-1 win at West Ham completed a hat-trick of victories and extended their unbeaten run to five.

Cody Gakpo’s long-range effort cancelled out Lucas Paqueta’s opener at the London Stadium before Joel Matip headed home a second-half corner.

“I’ve not been here so long, so I don’t know how it felt before, but I think we’re getting on the right track,” Gakpo told the club website.

That was his sixth goal in the Premier League since his January arrival at Anfield and the Holland forward is Liverpool vs Tottenham odds.

Last Liverpool line-up: Alisson, Van Dijk, Robertson, Matip, Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho, Henderson, Jones, Salah, Gakpo, Jota.

Mason hails Spurs’ spirit

Tottenham dismissed Cristian Stellini less than a month after parting company with Antonio Conte, with Ryan Mason handed the reins.

Spurs looked on course for a third straight defeat when trailing Manchester United 2-0 at half-time on home turf on Thursday.

However, Mason rallied his players at the break and they hit back strongly in the second period, with goals from Pedro Porro and Son Heung-min rescuing a point.

Mason, who has been installed until the end of the season whilst Daniel Levy searches for a permanent successor, said he was proud of his players.

He declared: “The most important thing now until the end of the season will always be to stick together as a team.

“Big character, big personalities, stuck together, kept believing and acted as a team throughout the whole game.

“It proves a lot to me what I already thought about this group, but to see that on the pitch is a good feeling.”

It has to be noted how poor Tottenham were in the opening period, though, plus how tired they looked in the closing stages.

Let’s add 10/1 for a 3-1 home win to our Liverpool vs Tottenham betting tips.

Last Spurs line-up: Forster, Dier, Romero, Lenglet, Skipp, Hojbjerg, Perisic, Porro, Son, Richarlison, Kane.

Additional stats

Player statistic

Curtis Jones
(Assist: Trent Alexander-Arnold)
Goal 3'    
Luis Díaz
(Assist: Cody Gakpo)
Goal 5'    
Mohamed Salah Penalty 14'    
    40' Goal Harry Kane
(Assist: Ivan Perisic)
    52' Yellow card Heung-min Son
Ibrahima Konaté Yellow card 70'    
    77' Goal Heung-min Son
(Assist: Cristian Romero)
Diogo Jota Yellow card 81'    
James Milner Yellow card 90+1'    
Diogo Jota Goal 90+5'    
    90+3' Goal Richarlison
(Assist: Heung-min Son)
    90+3' Yellow card Richarlison

Match statistic

Total shots
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