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Liverpool vs Tottenham

Calendar 5th May
Football icon kick off 16:30

BTTS has landed in 13 of Spurs last 17, and the North London club have conceded in 16 of their last 17.

BTTS has landed in 11 of Liverpool’s last 14 games, with Jurgen Klopp’s men keeping just 1 clean sheet in this run.

Football icon Brennan Johnson to have 2+ shots
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Johnson has had 2+ shots in 6 of his last 7 Spurs games in all competitions (5 starts).

He averages 2.30 shots per 90 in the Premier League, the third-most of any Spurs player.

Football icon Cristian Romero to be fouled 1+ times
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Romero wins 0.85 fouls per 90, and has won a foul in 6 of his last 8 Spurs starts.

He is up against Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz, who commit 1.17 and 1.68 fouls per 90 in the PL.

Football icon Ibrahima Konate to be fouled 1+ times
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Konate wins 0.75 fouls per 90 in the PL, and has won a foul in 5 of his last 6 Liverpool starts.

He is up against Richarlison, who commits 1.23 fouls per 90 in the PL and has committed a foul in 9 of his last 11 Spurs starts.

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It’s off to Anfield for the final game of Super Sunday, as Liverpool and Spurs go head-to-head.

This is a game which looked to be pivotal in the races for the title and the top four, but a poor run of form for both sides means this game now means much less. Both will still believe they can achieve their goals, but with Liverpool five points off the top with three games to play, it looks like a longshot.

Any chance Spurs had of breaking into the top four now looks to be completely gone. They now sit seven points behind Aston Villa with just one game in hand following their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea on Thursday night. With a tough fixture against Man City still to come after this difficult trip to Anfield, the dreams of Champions League football at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next season are all but over.

Regardless of how much is ultimately riding on this game, it should be a corker, with two sides who love to attack going toe-to-toe. If you fancy a Liverpool vs Tottenham bet builder you’ve come to the right place here on Bad Man Betting, as we have a range of heavily researched selections from a wide variety of markets.

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Liverpool vs Tottenham predicted lineups

Liverpool expected to return to usual suspects

Jurgen Klopp’s plan to coax a result out of his flailing Reds was to bench several key players, most notably Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah and Ibrahima Konate. All three are set to return for this one, as is Dominik Szoboszlai in midfield. That means no room for Cody Gakpo, Harvey Elliott, Jarell Quansah or Ryan Gravenberch who will all drop back to the Liverpool bench for this one. With no new injury concerns, we expect the rest of the side to line up as they did against West Ham last Saturday.

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Tottenham to shuffle the pack again

Ange Postecoglou is still seemingly unable to decide on a starting midfield, and it looks set to be a third different central midfield partnership in three games here. Dejan Kulusevski is set to be dropped, with James Maddison back in the side as the number 10. Behind the front four, we expect Pape Sarr and Yves Bissouma, both subbed off after the hour mark on Thursday, to be replaced by Rodrigo Bentancur and Giovani Lo Celso. Emerson Royal struggled at times on Thursday and he may also be benched, allowing Radu Dragusin to play at centre-back and Micky van de Ven to shift across to left-back to cover.

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Liverpool vs TOTTENHAM team stats

Value to be found on Liverpool corners

Liverpool have been given a generous corner handicap of -3 ahead of this game. Of their last eight home league games, they have covered this handicap in seven, falling just one corner short against Man City, where they had exactly three corners more than the reigning champions. The Reds average 7.57 corners per game, while Spurs concede 6.52 per game. Liverpool have hit at least seven corners in each of their last eight league games at Anfield and have kept their opponents to three corners or fewer in six of these eight, and four or fewer in all eight. All things considered; Liverpool look to have a great chance to cover the -3 corner handicap here at odds of 1.83.

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Goals likely at both ends here

Though Liverpool may have failed to score in two of their last four Premier League games, they should have no trouble against Spurs. The side from North London have kept just one clean sheet in their last 17 Premier League games. Both teams to score has landed in 13 of Spurs’ last 17 league games and in 11 of Liverpool’s last 14. The Reds have kept just one clean sheet in this run, shutting out Nottingham Forest on March 2nd. Even at 1.33, backing both teams to score still offers value here with both sides desperately struggling to prevent goals.

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Liverpool vs Tottenham shots and shots on target stats

Worth a look at Virgil van Dijk here

Tottenham’s struggles from set pieces were laid bare last weekend as Arsenal scored two of their three goals in the North London derby from corner kicks. Liverpool will look to exploit this weakness with Virgil van Dijk, one of the world’s most aerially dominant players. A few different markets are of interest here, but it is likely best to stick to the straight shots markets. The big Dutchman has had at least two shots in five of his last six games in all competitions and can be backed to do so again at 2.40. Alternatively, those seeking a bit less of a risk may choose to back van Dijk to have one shot on target at 1.25 instead.

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Nice value available on Brennan Johnson

Spurs’ Welsh attacker ranks third amongst likely starters in terms of shots per 90 in the Premier League, at 2.30. He has really been stepping up his attempts of late too, having now had at least two shots in seven of his last eight Spurs appearances, despite starting two of that seven on the bench. Johnson had two shots against Aston Villa and Arsenal, so is clearly able to get strikes away even in games Spurs may expect to struggle in. Despite averaging more than two shots per 90 and having hit this line so consistently lately, you can back Johnson to have two or more shots at 1.67.

 

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Liverpool vs Tottenham goals and assists stats

Salah the only real option for the hosts

Liverpool’s attack has fallen off a cliff of late, the Reds having failed to score in three of their last six games in all competitions. That leaves us struggling to find a player genuinely in-form to back for a goal or assist here. If you do delve into the goal or assist markets for Liverpool, we recommend playing it safe and backing Mo Salah. The Egypt international may have been benched lately, but he has still managed to score four goals in his last seven starts for the club. Spurs’ high line should suit Salah’s desire to get in behind, and if Liverpool do score here it would be no surprise at all to see Salah be the one to put the ball into the net. He can be backed to do so at 1.80.

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Look to the captain here

In a difficult away game like this one, you need your best players to step up, and that’s exactly what Son does so often for Spurs. Despite their recent patchy form, the South Korea international has still bagged four goals and notched three assists in his last nine Premier League starts, and he looks a very nice price to do so again here. Son scored in the reverse fixture at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium earlier this season and is on penalties, which is always appreciated when backing someone on any goalscoring markets. Son can be backed to score or assist here at 2.40.

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Liverpool cards and fouls stats

Wataru Endo always a solid bet for fouls

Endo tops the Liverpool foul charts by a distance, his 2.53 fouls per 90 in the Premier League was way above second-placed Alexis Mac Allister’s 1.90. The Japan international has been living up to his average of late, notching two or more fouls in four straight league games in which he has played more than 45 minutes, and in five of his last six games in the Premier League. Up against James Maddison, who draws 3.17 fouls per 90 in the league, backing Endo to commit two or more fouls once again at 1.44 looks like a bit of value.

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Cristian Romero offers a shrewd play

Romero sits seventh amongst Spurs players for fouls won per 90 in the Premier League, at 0.85, but that is still a good mark for a centre-back. The Argentine international has now won a foul in six of his last eight games for the club and has some strong matchups here, likely to be up against Darwin Nunez (1.17 fouls per 90 in the league) and Luis Diaz (1.68), who are third and sixth in terms of fouls committed by Liverpool players. With two players around him who love to snap into a challenge, and solid consistency in terms of winning fouls recently, backing Romero to win a foul at 1.83 looks like a solid option here.

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TOTTENHAM cards and fouls stats

Micky van de Ven in for a tough assignment

Micky van de Ven may sit second-last in terms of fouls per 90 in the Premier League this season (0.45), but we expect him to struggle slightly here, playing out of position at left-back, and faced with the tough task of marking Luis Diaz. The Colombian winger wins 1.42 fouls per 90 in the Premier League and has won fouls in 13 of his last 19 Liverpool games in all competitions, while Van de Ven has committed a foul in five of his last nine league games for Spurs, all of these coming from his preferred position of centre-back. With van de Ven sitting at 2.0 to commit a foul here, and up against a player adept at winning them, we think he is worth considering.

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Great value on Konate to be fouled

Ibrahima Konate offers a tempting option in the fouls won markets here, where he can be backed to be fouled once or more at 1.53. The France international wins 0.75 fouls per 90 in the Premier League, a solid rate for a player in his position, and arrives here having won fouls in five of his last six Liverpool starts in all competitions. Up against Richarlison here, who commits 1.23 fouls per 90 in the Premier League. The Brazil international has committed a foul in nine of his last 11 starts for the club and managed to commit a foul in just 27 minutes against Arsenal last time out.

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