Spurs v Liverpool odds, free bets – Can Tottenham upset the Reds?

Latest Tottenham Liverpool betting odds, free bets and live stream news as Ladbrokes announce money for Balotelli to find the net on his Liverpool debut this afternoon.

Two sides attractive on the eye meet at White Hart Lane on Sunday, as Tottenham host Liverpool.

Spurs have made the perfect start under Mauricio Pochettino, winning all four matches in all competitions to date.

Nacer Chadli scored twice as they thrashed Queens Park Rangers 4-0 last weekend to take an early lead of the Premier League.

The form of record signing Erik Lamela has been eye catching so far this term, after an awful first season in English season.

Liverpool lost 3-1 at Manchester City on Monday evening, their first away Premier league defeat in 2014.

Stevan Jovetic scored either side of the half time to take the match away from Liverpool, before substitute Sergio Aguero made it 3-0.

Pablo Zabaleta accidently converted in his own goal to get Liverpool on the board, however City were comfortable winners.

Mario Balotelli was in the stands for Liverpool, having completed his move from AC Milan and will be part of Sunday’s squad.

Liverpool embarrassed Tottenham last season, winning 9-0 on aggregate in the two Premier League matches.

Luis Suarez scored twice in a 5-0 win at White Hart Lane, which was Andre Villas-Boas’s last in charge of Spurs.

Team news
Tottenham could name the same team that thrashed QPR on Sunday, meaning two goal hero Chadli will keep his place.

Roberto Soldado is an injury doubt, after missing the Europa League cup win, although Adebayor most likely would have started regardless.

New signing Federico Fazio may miss out, with Younes Kaboul set to continue his partnership with Jan Vertonghen.

Glen Johnson and Alberto Moreno both picked up injuries against City, however are expected to be fit.

Despite the loss at the Etihad, Rodgers may name the same XI, meaning Mario Balotelli and Lazar Markovic will be deployed as substitutes.

Emre Can may get the nod ahead of Joe Allen, although Lucas Leiva looks out of contention to partner Steven Gerrard.

Tottenham (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Dier, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Capoue, Bentaleb; Lamela, Chadli, Eriksen; Adebayor
Liverpool (4-3-3): Mignolet; Johnson, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno; Allen, Gerrard, Henderson; Coutinho, Sturridge, Sterling


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