Liverpool had a late win over Fulham in their last match, heading to the international break on a high, and having played a game more, they will be hoping to keep the momentum with Manchester City in hot pursuit in second place. They are unbeaten in 12 matches, with seven of those being wins and with five clean sheets. They have scored 14 and conceded four in their last five matches. Liverpool will definitely be the favorites in this clash against Spurs, who have managed just a win in their last five games, and have not won any of their last four league matches. In fact, Spurs have lost each of the last three away matches in the league and facing a Liverpool side unbeaten in 36 home matches will place them in a tricky position. Liverpool have won by three or more goals 13 of their last 26 home matches in all competitions and ptthey have scored at least two goals in 35 of their last 52 Premier League ptgames while five of Spurs’ last six away league matches have ended in over 2.5 goals.