Liverpool vs Tottenham Live Stream and Highlights
Liverpool vs Tottenham Preview:
Date: March 10, 2013; Time: 4:00 PM UTC;
Venue: Anfield — Liverpool.
Leaders Suarez and Bale will clash in duel at Anfield. All the attention will be paid to Uruguayan and Welshman strikers as both Spurs and Reds will be looking for win.
Liverpool stands 7th in the Premier League with 42 points from 28 games, having 11 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses so far this season. Their present form has seen 2 losses and 3 straight wins from last five games. Last five home games the Reds finished with 4 wins and 1 loss. After a poor start Liverpool has improved their results. Liverpool is out from Europa League and have won 0-4 Wigan last weekend.
Tottenham goes 3rd in the Premier League with 54 points from 28 games, having 16 wins, 6 losses and 6 draws so far this season. Last five away games the Spurs have finished with 2 wins 2 draws and 1 loss. Spurs are aiming to hold a direct Champions League place. Also they have 4 wins on the row in the Premier League. They destroyed Inter Milan in the Europa League. Gareth Bale is in fantastic form this season.
The reverse game this season ended 2-1 for the Spurs.
Liverpool will still play without Fabio Borini and Brad Jones. Martin Kelly and Martin Skrtel probably will miss out due to injuries. Daniel Sturridge will start after he has returned to full training in midweek.
Tottenham are still without Sandro and Tom Huddlestone. But Mousa Dembele is back from a knee injury. Emanuel Adebayor and Clint Dempsey have overcome their fitness issues in time.
Liverpool line-up: Pepe Reina, G. Johnson, J. Carragher, D. Agger, José Enrique, Lucas Leiva, S. Gerrard, L. Suárez, Philippe Coutinho, S. Downing, D. Sturridge.
Last three matches:
Wigan Athletic 0 – Liverpool 4;
Liverpool 3 – Zenit Saint Petersburg 1;
Liverpool 5 – Swansea 0.
Tottenham line-up: H. Lloris, K. Walker, M. Dawson, J. Vertonghen, B. Assou-Ekotto, A. Lennon, M. Dembélé, S. Parker, G. Sigurdsson, G. Bale, J. Defoe.
Last three matches:
Tottenham 3 – FC Internazionale 0;
Tottenham 2 – Arsenal 1;
West Ham 2 – Tottenham 3.