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Reds to edge Spurs clash
Liverpool enjoyed an impressive victory in the Champions League during the week and they can build on that success against Tottenham.
Jurgen Klopp's men will head into Sunday's match at Wembley Stadium having only won one of their last five Premier League games, but they appeared to play their way back into both goalscoring and winning form with an emphatic 7-0 triumph against Maribor in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino both netted braces during that contest, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain grabbed his first goal following his summer transfer from Arsenal, as the Reds appeared to show that they were perhaps getting to grips with the absence of Sadio Mane.

Liverpool are sure to face a sterner test of their credentials when they take on Spurs at the home of English football, but they have an exceptional record in recent meetings against the Londoners, as they are unbeaten in the last 10 clashes between the two sides, winning seven of those fixtures.

Indeed, Liverpool secured two victories against Mauricio Pochettino's side last term, following up a 2-1 success in the League Cup, with a 2-0 victory at Anfield, so a Liverpool win at [34863559] could be a shrewd bet.

Philippe Coutinho could be another reason to back Liverpool to shine in this game, as he has been in superb form since returning to the side, even though he failed to secure his dream summer switch to Barcelona.

The Brazil international has scored four goals in his last five Liverpool appearances in all competitions, with all of those strikes coming away from home, something that could be a good omen at Wembley.

Another reason for Liverpool to be optimistic is Spurs' relative struggles at Wembley, particularly in the Premier League, where they have only won one of their four home games to date, although that did come against Bournemouth in their last home fixture.

Tottenham can be backed at [34863559] to secure a victory on Sunday, while the draw is available at [34863559].

Confidence is sure to be high within the Spurs camp following their impressive 1-1 Champions League draw against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu during the week.

That result leaves Spurs well placed to reach the knockout stages of Europe’s premier club competition, but it remains to be seen how much that performance has taken out of Pochettino's side.

Injury problems could also be a concern for Spurs, as Victor Wanyama, Erik Lamela and Mousa Dembele remain unavailable, although Dele Alli is likely to return following his European suspension, while Ben Davies and Danny Rose could also feature.

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