LIVERPOOL takes on Tottenham for a Premier League match that will go on despite the league’s Covid crisis.
Spurs have not played in two weeks since a flare-up at their training ground caused them to miss two Premier League games and were almost certainly knocked out of the Europa Conference League after failing to name the team first. Rennes.
But Liverpool are still in excellent form and beat Newcastle 3-1 on Thursday night to move closer to the top of the table Manchester City.
Before this match, Jurgen Klopp urged the players to get vaccinated to avoid missing more game time.
He said: “If a player is not vaccinated at all, he is a constant threat to all of us. He doesn’t want to be a threat, not that he thinks ‘I don’t care. care about others’ but he is.
“From an organizational point of view, it [having unvaccinated players] get really messy.
“We will have to figure out different scenarios. He has to change in another dressing room, he has to eat in another dining room, he has to sit on another bus, he has to drive another car.
“If you really want to follow the protocols, that’s extremely difficult to do.
“If we have to go to a country to play internationally and we come back, he has to self-isolate, all that sort of thing.
“Of course it is [vaccination status] will have an effect [in signing].
- Start-up time: 4:30 pm
- Channel: Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event
- Direct: Sky Go App / Sky Sports / Sky Sports Website / Now TV
- Tottenham XI: TBC
- Liverpool XI: TBC
Odds for Red Devils win
They have won eight games in a row and the last six against Spurs, so it’s no surprise that bookies put the odds on Liverpool to pick up three more points this afternoon.
The match is priced as follows:
- Tottenham won 4/15
- Draw 3/1
- Liverpool won 3/4
Odds from Betfair exact at the time of posting.
Tottenham vs Liverpool
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The Merseysiders’ second-placed side to N17 is in brilliant form, having won their last eight games in all competitions, and eager to add to their recent horrendous record against Spurs.
The great Mohamed Salah has been an integral part of Liverpool’s dominance this season, and now stands on the brink of history. The Egyptian has scored or assisted in the team’s last 15 matches, equaling the longest run in the league set up by Jamie Vardy in 2015.
However, the Reds are understaffed in more defensive areas with Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho and Curtis Jones still absent after testing positive for coronavirus.
Rusty or renewed? That is the question Tottenham fans will be asking about their squad after a two-week break with games against Leicester, Brighton and Rennes postponed due to multiple cases of Covid-19 at the club.
They will certainly hope the rest will revive Harry Kane. The striker is yet to score a Premier League goal in front of his home fans this season and has scored just one in total.
We’re all gearing up for the 4:30pm game in the capital and we’ll have some important team news soon as part of our pre-match preparations.
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