Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sport | By Ruben Hill

EPL: Berbatov predicts result of Tottenham vs Liverpool

EPL: Berbatov predicts result of Tottenham vs Liverpool

Tottenham can move joint-top of the Premier League table with victory over the Reds, who are the current leaders with four wins from their four games. The club he's more interested in.

France's World Cup-winning captain Lloris is "expected to be out for several weeks" with a thigh injury according to the club, while manager Mauricio Pochettino is more hopeful Alli could return in time for the trip to Brighton on Sep 22.

Given Cundy's history with Spurs, there can be no accusation of bias, says the 48-year-old.

The Egypt worldwide, with 32 goals, pipped his England rival to the coveted prize despite Kane's first 30-league-goal season.

Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring their third goal with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.

Liverpool have only conceded one goal this season, to Spurs' four, but share their richest talent further up the pitch.

Ahead of the fixture, Cundy was asked to pick his Tottenham-Liverpool combined XI.

Virgil Van Dijk has proven to be a fantastic signing as he marshals the back four exceptionally. How do you prepare a game and not focus on it?

Tottenham have only played once at home this term, and they beat Fulham 3-1.

But they finished fourth in the Premier League, 25 points behind eventual champions City.

The Belgian defender's future with Spurs looked done and dusted after he was frozen out at the end of last season after reportedly failing to agree a new contract. So it's not a do or die game for either team.

"I'll go for 2-1 Liverpool".

Kane fired 30 goals in the Premier League last season before claiming the World Cup Golden Boot as England reached the semi-finals of Russian Federation 2018.

There is a clear favourite in the Over/Under 2.5 Goal Market and it's the former that is trading at odds-on, at [1.68].

"I don't know the team from 1990, I know Germany were the World Cup winners that year".

Under Klopp, Liverpool have lost two of their last 12 league games in London - both last season, to Tottenham and Chelsea. They've now got Alisson.

He's a man. But I think the most important thing is everyone can make a mistake. "I hope I have them all fit, and I don't have to make a hard decision". The latter has already been yellow-carded three times this season and he still needs to mature as a player.

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