Published: Sun, October 22, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

This Could Hinder Tottenham Hotspur - Former Liverpool Goalkeeper Weighs In

This Could Hinder Tottenham Hotspur - Former Liverpool Goalkeeper Weighs In

Spurs, who will next welcome Liverpool to Wembley on Sunday, will play all their home matches in all competitions at the iconic stadium in the present campaign; Tottenham are now building their new stadium adjacent to White Hart Lane.

The two clubs both come into the clash off the back of away Champions League ties in midweek, with Spurs taking on Real Madrid at the Bernabeu and the Reds visiting Slovenia to play Maribor.

Liverpool are coming off a disappointing 0-0 draw against Manchester United in the League last week which was a rather boring game.

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It has been a stuttering start to the season for Jurgen Klopp's side, with the Reds having only won three of their opening eight Premier League games.

"Liverpool have likewise thrived on the road this term and will be buoyed by their 7-0 win in the Champions League".

"It is going to be close".

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"I think it's because when teams go there, a lot of players want to play at Wembley, they raise their game and make it tough for Spurs".

It's now back to the Premier League and back to Wembley for Spurs, who beat Bournemouth 1-0 at their temporary home last weekend, with Christian Eriksen bagging the victor in that victory.

They now sit third in the Premier League table on 17 points, five behind leaders Manchester City and three back from Manchester United, with Liverpool now in eighth on 13 points.

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