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Loss Liverpool Vs Spurs

Apr 30, 2023
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Liverpool 4-3 Spurs

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Paul Tierney 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

Liverpool - DDWWW -------- Spurs - DWLLD

Ryan Mason’s second managerial baptism of fire continues on Sunday afternoon, as we travel to Anfield for a Premier League date with Liverpool. We fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Manchester United in midweek, one day after the Reds also came from behind to defeat West Ham 2-1.

A penny for Daniel Levy's thoughts as Man United raced into a 2-0 lead over us before the break on Wednesday, as our faithful - some of whom will controversially be refunded for our miserable journeys to Newcastle – made our feelings towards the despised chairman very clear indeed.

However, whatever choice words that Mason had for our dejected players at half time spurred us on, and we entered the post- Stellini era with a creditable point as Porro and Son responded to Sancho and Rashford’s earlier efforts.

While that hard-earned draw will give Mason - who was surprisingly not promoted to top dog when Conte left - something to build on, it has done little to boost our hopes of breaking into the top four, lying fifth in the rankings and six points worse off than Man United, who have a pair of games in hand.

Thursday's game was still a considerable improvement from our 6-1 mauling at the hands of Newcastle United, but a seven-game run without a clean sheet makes for grim reading before a taxing trip to Anfield, and we are winless in seven successive away fixtures since overcoming Preston North End in January's FA Cup tie.

Furthermore, Liverpool's 2-1 win at our Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in November extended our winless run against the Reds to 11 matches since their 4-1 demolition job in October 2017, but we came away from Anfield with a 1-1 draw to our name last season - a slice of the spoils would do neither of our top-four aspirations the world of good this time around, though.

While immediately playing down his side’s chances of a top 4 finish and Champions League qualification, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was otherwise filled with pride as his side recovered from a one-goal deficit to see off West Ham, albeit with a couple of scares along the way.

Gakpo's stunner and Matip's thunderous header cancelled out a sublime opener from Paqueta, although Bowen had a strike ruled out for offside before the officials waved away vociferous protests for a late penalty against Alcantara for handball.

As Moyes pulled no punches towards the end of the match, Klopp insisted that he understood his counterpart's frustration while revelling in his side's third successive Premier League win, which briefly propelled the Reds into sixth place in the table before they were bumped back down to seventh by us on Thursday.

With a seven-point gap to make up to Manchester United having played a game more than the Red Devils, Liverpool would still need nothing short of an end-of-season miracle to continue with the European big boys, but taking 11 points from the last 15 on offer means that Klopp's side are still in position to earn some form of continental football, whether that be Champions League, Europa League or Europa Conference League.

The Reds scored at least twice for the fourth Premier League game in a row on Wednesday night, albeit while failing to keep a clean sheet for a fourth match in succession, and Leeds United remain the only team to get the better of Liverpool at Anfield in the top flight this term - only Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United can better the Reds' 34 points from 15 Premier League home games.


We first played each other on Saturday 13th November 1909 where beat them 1-0 in the League at home.

Since then we have played each other 178 times where we have won 48, they won 85 and 45 games have been drawn.

League: We have won 42, they have won 76 and 41 games have been drawn
League Cup: We have won 4, they have won 2 and 4 games have been drawn
FA Cup: We have won 1, they have won 4 and 2 games were drawn
Other Cup: We have won 1, they have won 3 and none drawn