Liverpool’s hopes for the title have come crashing down. The team struggled in the latter part of the season and now faces the remaining games with little to no motivation. They expected more from all this, particularly because it is Jurgen Klopp’s last season in Liverpool. 

Meanwhile, Tottenham is also facing challenges, but they still have something to strive for—a spot in the Champions League. Ange Postecoglou’s squad still has a chance to secure fourth place, but they will need to win every game from here on out. They slipped in the past three events, which killed their moraleand diminished prospects for the top four place. 

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Liverpool’s Tragic Ending

Liverpool’s recent performance has been disappointing. With a loss to Crystal Palace, a draw with West Ham, and a failed attempt to beat Everton, title dreams have come to an end at Anfield, with another frustrating campaign nearing the end. This has effectively left Jurgen Klopp without a trophy in his final season with the Reds. 

In their last two home games, Liverpool has failed to score a single goal despite being known for their strong attacks. Some fans believe it’s time to part ways with Darwin Nunez, as he may not be the right fit for the team, and honestly, we, too, think that the Uruguayan simply can’t deliver the expected volume of goals. 

In the past ten games played in front of own crowd, eight have had over 2.5 goals and seven have seen both teams scoring. At least their home events are highly interesting, and there’s plenty of action.

Tottenham’s Struggles in the Worst Possible Moment

Tottenham Hotspur finds themselves in a precarious position after suffering three consecutive defeats. Currently, they trail Aston Villa by seven points and have played one game fewer, which is a big problem. 

Their recent performances have been disappointing, particularly the latest against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, where they lost 2-0. This was maybe the most important game of the year for the Spurs, but they couldn’t do anything against the Blues. Previously, we’ve seen them losing 4-0 to Newcastle and experienced an unfortunate 3-2 defeat against Arsenal. Despite their attacking efforts and pressure on Arsenal, luck was not on their side in crucial moments of the game

Similar to Liverpool, Tottenham adopts an offensive style of play, relying on its attacking prowess. However, its defensive capabilities have been lacking, leading to various struggles on the pitch. In the previous ten games, only one had less than three goals, with six games where both teams scored.

Liverpool vs. Tottenham Head to Head

The Spurs won the opening game of the season, winning 2-1 in London. It was an odd game, in which the Reds didn’t deserve to lose. They held on with 10 players for more than 60 minutes, falling in the sixth minute of the stoppage time when Joel Matip hit the back of his own net for the final result, 2-1.

Matches between Liverpool and Tottenham usually bring goals, and six of the latest seven ended with both teams scoring, while six throughout that interval saw three or more goals. 

Liverpool vs. Tottenham Predictions and Betting Tip

This should be an open and relaxed event, despite Tottenham’s imperative. Liverpool has nothing to gain nor lose here, which is why we expect them to play open football, while Spurs don’t know how to play otherwise than that. This is a perfect match for both teams netting and over 2.5 goals.

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Our pick: Both teams scoring and over 2.5 goals


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