Tottenham face a tough trip to Anfield in their quest for Champions League football on Saturday evening, and ready for what should be an enthralling match up, we have put together a fantastic bet builder with odds of 8/1 on bet365.
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Liverpool vs Tottenham Bet Builder Tips
Sadio Mane to Score – 13/10 on bet365
We begin our bet builder with Sadio Mane to score.
The Senegalese forward has returned to his mercurial best this season, and scored in both of Liverpool’s semi-final legs with Villarreal in the Champions League recently.
His electric pace, decisive movement and deadly finishing make him an impossible player to mark and Spurs have often struggled in the wide areas this season, so we’re tipping him to get on the scoresheet here and make it 15 league goals for the campaign.
Emerson to be Carded – 13/5 on bet365
As mentioned, Spurs have often been caught out in the wide areas this season which has left them vulnerable to teams with exceptional wingers.
There are few better strike forces than Liverpool’s in world football, and Sadio Mane is likely to line up against Emerson on Saturday evening, who likes to venture forward at any possible chance.
We can see him having to take one for the team at some stage, which is why we’ve tipped the Brazilian to be carded.
Liverpool to Win – 2/5 on bet365
To conclude our selections, we are predicting Liverpool to get the three points here.
Jurgen Klopp’s side look a team possessed at this moment in time, and nothing and no-one look capable of stopping them in their tracks. They have to win their remaining games to keep the pressure on Manchester City and hope their title rivals slip up.
Spurs should give Liverpool a really tough game however given their top four predicament, but Liverpool’s hunger for glory looks stronger than ever which is why we can not see anything other than a home win on Saturday.