Liverpool v Spurs: Premier League match preview
Liverpool have lost just one of their last 15 Premier League games against Tottenham and have won the last four, each by a single-goal margin. Spurs, on the other hand, have won just one of their previous 26 top-flight matches at Liverpool, with their last win at Anfield coming in May 2011.
What has been said?
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: “I am not surprised because that is the world we are living in. You are very successful until yesterday probably and if you don’t prove it today then people go for you. That’s how it is.
“I don’t think he was surprised but he showed comeback – if it was a comeback I don’t know – skills. Very impressive.
“Very impressive what he did now at Tottenham. The way they play is really good. He turned them into a result machine.
“They got results and good performances and if the are not on their top form they still win and they defend collectively.”
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho: “Jurgen says that because if you look to our results this season, we lost one in the Premier League and we lost one in the Europa League so our results are very positive.
“But I think it’s too early, and the period of good results is about a few months and a results machine of course is much more than that.
“A result machine is what Liverpool has been for the past couple of years, a result machine was what my Chelsea was in the period we won the two consecutive titles.
“We are a good team that works hard but I would say Liverpool is the result of if I’m not wrong 1,894 days of work with Jurgen. 1,894, if I’m wrong I’m wrong by a few days.
“We are the result of work of 390 days, but these 390 days are fake, because probably lots of these days were not even days of work but days of quarantine, days of being at home unable to work.
“So from almost 2,000 to 300. For us to be able to compete at the level we’re doing I can only give credit to the players and be very, very happy with what they’re doing.”
What time does Liverpool vs Tottenham kick-off?
The Premier League clash kicks off at 8pm GMT on Wednesday, December 16.
What TV channel is Liverpool vs Tottenham on?
There is no live TV coverage of the match in the UK.
How to live stream Liverpool vs Tottenham?
Fans can live stream the fixture via Amazon Prime Video.
Streaming is available on the app or through the website, with a subscription costing £7.99 per month or £79 annually.
However, a 30-day free trial is available to new customers signing up.
Liverpool vs Tottenham match officials
Referee: Anthony Taylor
Assistants: Gary Beswick, Adam Nunn
Fourth official: Mike Dean
VAR: Chris Kavanagh
Assistant VAR: Peter Kirkup
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