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Won Spurs vs Liverpool - Match Day 7 - 30th Sept KO 5:30pm

Sep 30, 2023
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Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 92 47.9%
  • Liverpool Win

    Votes: 38 19.8%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 62 32.3%
  • Goalless Draw

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters




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Spurs: - DWWDW ------ Liverpool -

We and Liverpool will put our unbeaten Premier League streaks on the line when we square off in Saturday evening's headline battle in North London. We took a point away from the Emirates in a 2-2 draw with our bitter adversaries Arsenal last weekend, while the Reds most recently overcame Leicester 3-1 in the EFL

Achieving a feat that none of Conte, Mourinho or Santo managed during their ill-fated spells in the our hotseat, Ange Postecoglou left enemy territory having navigated us to a hard-earned point against Arsenal, who twice took the lead through a Romero own goal and Saka penalty.

Romero's second-half handball also gifted Arsenal the early second-half penalty for Saka to convert, but his blushes were spared on both occasions by Son, who bagged a brace from a pair of Maddison assists to end our three-game losing streak at the Emirates.

There was certainly an element of luck to our draw, as a daydreaming Jorgginho was robbed of the ball by Maddison for Son's second goal, but few could argue that we deserved at least a slice of the spoils in a typically chaotic derby, one which also saw usmaintain our hot streak of scoring at least twice in every Premier League game under Postecoglou.

Only three previous Premier League managers had seen their side score twice in their first six games in charge – Ancelotti, Pep and Craig Shakeseare - but with Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion both prevailing last weekend, we have slipped from second to fourth in the rankings.

Owing to our penalty-shootout disappointment at Fulham, we did not have to concern ourselves with EFL Cup matters over the past few days, but while the elongated recuperation period might do us the world of good against an in-form Liverpool, conceding five goals in our last three games will not.

In quintessential 2023-24 Liverpool fashion, the Reds subjected their fans to an early sense of doom and gloom before turning the tide in their favour, prevailing 3-1 for the fourth game running when Leicester visited Anfield for the third round of the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

With three minutes on the clock, Tsimkas was left in a heap, but the Foxes were allowed to bomb forward and drew first blood through Kasey McAteer , before somehow getting to the break with their unforeseen one-goal lead intact.

However, Gakpo's low strike, Szobozlai's thunderbolt and a fancy Jota finish sealed yet another come-from-behind triumph for Liverpool, who have also beaten LASK Linz and Wolverhampton Wanderers in identical circumstances since the international break, as well as coming up trumps by the same scoreline in last weekend's Premier League battle with West Ham United.

Revelling in a seven-game winning run across all tournaments, Liverpool have dethroned us in the runners-up spot in the Premier League table - only behind the unblemished Manchester City – and Liverpool's side travel south with an eight-game unbeaten run to protect in Premier League away matches, as well as a 19-game streak without defeat overall.


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 179 times where we have won 48, they won 86 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

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