Spurs v Liverpool: Analysis of all the key points

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Spurs v Liverpool: Analysis of all the key points ahead of Sunday night’s Premier League clash.

1. Preview of Spurs vs Liverpool

Spurs were out for an extended period. When the Premier League postpon. Their last two games against Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend. It was follow by a match against Leicester City in the middle of last week. After a match against Rennes in the Europa Conference League. was previously postponed

That means Antonio Conte’s side haven’t played since December 5. With the final game being scored by Lucas Moura. Davinson Sanchez and Son Heung-min. They beat Norwich City 3-0,

while Liverpool are in hot form after the club’s 3-1 win over Newcastle United. Thanks to goals from Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah. and Trent Alexander-Arnold This counts as having won 8 games in a row when all events are included. And it is the sixth consecutive match in the Premier League. Following Manchester City in the top of the crowd with just 1 point.

With Jurgen Klopp questioning the Premier League’s rebellion against rescheduling fixtures amid the coronavirus pandemic by Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho and Curtis Jones. infected with such virus and will surely miss out on the field in this game.

2. Spurs readiness

Tottenham Hotspur will be missing at least six players from COVID-19 with Lucas Moura, Emerson Royale, Oliver Skipp, Brian Gil and Den Ska. Scarlett is highly likely to miss out on the field,

Christian Romero has an injury problem, will be out for a long time until next year, but Conte will have Sergio Reguilon missing as one of the Playing options are the same as Giovanni Celso,

while Harry Kane has scored just one goal against Liverpool in his last six meetings with the Reds, where he has been scoreless in the Premier League with more than 2. a month has pass.

3. Liverpool’s readiness

Mohamed Salah is in one of the hottest forms of his career. The striker’s strike against Newcastle is now the 15th goal in the list for the 2020/21 season, the

latest reports also indicate that Van Dijk, Fabinho and Jones will still have to wait for the latest health checks after having Covid-19 test positive in midweek, while Divock Origi, Nat Phillips, Harvey Elliott and Adrian have all suffered injuries. Absolutely out of the right to play in this game

, Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita and James Milner have played as substitutes in the past match with the first two to perform well. Impressed with the right to have a real rotation start