Jurgen Klops side and Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to face 7th place spurs. Liverpool remain unbeaten in 373 days and will hope to continue their streak of 37 premier league games. Klopp and his players will also look to secure their best ever start in 131 years of English top flight football.
Mourinho vs The Reds is a big occasion as we all know. The Portuguese manager is used to the fixture having faced Liverpool 28 times throughout his career, which is more than any other club. Out of the 28 games he has won 7, 3 of which in the league and will be looking to continue this run of great form vs the league leaders. Mourinho may find it harder than the previous 28 times as Liverpool’s form is so close to the best it’s ever been.
Tottenham will miss their main man and top goalscorer Harry Kane due to a hamstring injury he suffered against southampton on New Year’s Day. Moussa Sissoko is also ruled out due to a knee injury. Both players won’t return until late April following surgery on their respective injuries.
Liverpool’s Mr Reliable, James Milner will also miss out on the next two fixtures with a hamstring injury. Naby Keita remains unavailable due to a groin injury.
We predict that Liverpool will take this one with a 3-0 win. The Reds will be determined to do what no other English top flight team has done in the history of the premier league and it’s difficult to back against a team that don’t know how to lose at the moment