English Premier League will be entering its third match day this upcoming weekend and one of the big match that should attract fans attention are Tottenham Hotspur’s tie against Liverpool at White Hart Lane stadium.
Knowing how both teams are determined in grabbing all three points, this game should also trigger interest from betting enthusiasts who are keen on placing their money for weekend football games.
Notably those bet lovers should always check out all the latest odds from any reliable sites before placing their money as it’s the safest route.
Getting back into the upcoming big match, playing at home, Spurs will surely target nothing else aside from three points as it’s essential for them to regain last season’s positive form.
Still not putting out convincing results in their first two league matches, Spurs are determined to showcase a better performance next Saturday, August 27.
Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping that his main striker, Harry Kane, can start scoring again as the England international so far hasn’t been able to get his name in the score sheet for Spurs.
Meanwhile, Liverpool themselves are looking for redemption following their shock defeat against Burnley in previous weekend.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are still showing their habit of picking up inconsistent results, something that the German tactician hope to eliminate this season.
Playing away from home won’t be an easy task for The Reds, but since their opponent will likely play an open game, Klopp is hoping that things can go well for his side.
Checking out on the latest odds for that game, Spurs are slightly tipped to take all three points in front of their home crowd with the probabilities for that result is placed at 2.30.
Meanwhile, Liverpoo’s winning shot is actually quite high for an away side as the bookies set their odds for a potential upset at 2.95.
As for a potential draw, the probabilities for both teams to only come away with one point is being placed at 3.50, which means that the bookies believes there’s more chance in either teams to win instead of drawing.