Spurs travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool and look cracking value at 4 with William Hill to secure another three points and extend their unbeaten run.

The Lilywhites 2-1 victory over Arsenal in last weekend’s North London derby meant that they have now gone 12 consecutive games in the top flight without defeat for the first time, and they have not lost in any of their last four games against The Reds.

They have won three and drawn one of those matches, and Liverpool have only managed to find the net twice in those games.

Andres Villas-Boas’ side also sit four places and 12 pints above Brendan Rodgers’ men in the league, and in their current form will be brimming with confidence going into this.

I really cannot see how the bookies make Liverpool odds-on shots for victory, and at the 4 on offer Spurs looks overpriced and well worth a wager.

Gareth Bale is looking to become the first player to score in six successive Premier League games for Spurs and is likely to cause the Liverpool back-line all sorts of problems.

He can be backed at 7 with Paddy Power to net the opener, and a very tasting looking 3 with Stan James to net anytime.

That latter looks an outstanding price given that he is as short as 2.1 elsewhere and should be snapped up.

Both teams have found finding the back of the net no problems in recent weeks, so over 2.5 goals also looks worth a wager at 1.7 with Ladbrokes.

I am going to take Spurs to win either 2-1 or 3-1, and those scorelines can be backed at 15 and 41 respectively with Coral.

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  1. who ever think spurs will win tomorrow is totally idiot. lfc have sturridge and coutinho to squad now and their front four will terrorise spurs defence just wait and watch the score line will be 3-1 to liverpool.

  2. Support neither side and think it will be a draw. Spurs fans are funny though, they have a decent side for the first time in decades and suddenly they think they are real madrid. Spurs a famous for one thing and thats not winning trophies. Spurs a nearly-club. 2 league titles to their name, less than Huddersfield and Wolves!

  3. Who ever wrote this blog is an economist and is not a football analyst.Liverpool FC have league highest scorer Luis Suarez and his co striker Daniel Sturridge scored almost in his every appearance.Philipe Coutinho is another creative player who has one goal and two beautiful assist in his full time debut in two match and Steven Gerrard is league top playmaker with most assist .Spurs will be over ran in midfield and you think Bale alone can beat Liverpool when Spurs have their right hand Aaron Lennon having injury doubt.Beat that!!!!

  4. I’m not sure who are more deluded the goons or Liverpool fans.! Spurs will rip you to shreds tomrw even with the injuries. Liverpool ha ha ha ha. Saurez is the only player that would get into that spurs team.

  5. 3-2. Happy now? Next to destroy spuds: Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea… and probably Swansea. GO GO GO DESTROY SPUDS!!

    • Maybe Inter will also destroy spuds.. not in score but player. Maybe Bale with get injured for the rest of the season and we can see the ‘true’ spuds…. that is A BIG LOSER!!

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