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With a disappointing England Vs Switzerland game just finishing, attention now is on the next round of the English Premier League fixtures.

The first game up is Tottenham Vs Liverpool. This top 6 clash that will see two of the most entertaining football teams in the division take on each other in a game that potentially be very high scoring.

Tottenham through the stewardship of Mauricio Pochettino have become a very stable top 6 club. They have developed an exciting attack minded strategy whilst holding onto a robust defence. Even through the problems that come with having to play their home games at Wembley, away from their home of White Hart Lane while it has been redeveloped. Spurs have been able do well in the Premier League

Liverpool on the other hand known for having an amazing and entertaining attack have been very unstable over the last few seasons due to defence issues. It has only been this season that has seen a more robust Liverpool defence. Liverpool this season have only leaked 1 goal in 4 games this season so far.

The new defensive look has allowed Liverpool to keep the exciting attack on Salah, Firminio and Mane as potent as ever in front of Goal. This season very well could be Liverpool’s year.

Not many teams are favored over Tottenham at Wembley these days, but Liverpool, who are off to an electrifying 4-0-0 start and have a Premier League-leading +8 goal difference, are on that shortlist says the folks at SportsBettingDime. The Reds are currently +150 to win versus +180 for the Totties, who suffered a 2-1 setback to upstart Watford last time out. The recent history suggests the value lies with the home side or the draw (+255), however: Tottenham crushed Liverpool 4-1 at Wembley last year and lost just two home games all season. The Reds, meanwhile, were 9-5-5 away and struggled against the top-tier clubs, losing to Man City, Man United, and Chelsea, as well. This season’s sample size is too limited to justify the current odds.

What do you think the result will be…

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