Premier League LIVE: Liverpool v Tottenham, Chelsea v West Ham and Crystal Palace v Man Utd score, commentary and updates

  • Liverpool have lost just one of their last 29 Premier League home matches against Tottenham Hotspur (W19 D9), a 2-0 defeat in May 2011.

  • Tottenham Hotspur are looking to complete their first league double against Liverpool since the 2010-11 season, beating two different Reds managers this season (Roy Hodgson and Kenny Dalglish). Their last league double against the Reds, beating the same manager twice, dates back to Dalglish’s first spell in 1986-87.

  • Liverpool (3) v Tottenham (3) produced six 90th-minute winners in the Premier League, the most in any encounter in the competition’s history. Indeed, the last two league meetings between the two teams were won thanks to a winning goal in the 90th minute for the home team.

  • Liverpool have conceded the first goal in 16 Premier League games this season; Since 2004-05 under Rafael Benítez (20), they have not achieved this much in a single campaign. Indeed, the Reds have conceded the opener in four of their last five matches at Anfield in the competition – as many as in their previous 22.

  • This will be Liverpool’s 18th Premier League Sunday match this season, having played more in a single campaign in 2012-13 (20). They have won nine of their 17 so far this season (D6 L2), only winning more in 2013-14 (11/15) and 2018-19 (10/13).

  • Liverpool have lost their last two home matches in all competitions, as many as in their previous 57 combined. They failed to score in both defeats, the last losing three in a row without reply at Anfield in March 2021.

  • Tottenham have not lost any of their last six Premier League away games on a Sunday (W2 D4), with the last such defeat coming at Anfield against Liverpool in April 2023. Four of their five matches of this type this season have been draws, but they won their last match of this type at Aston Villa in March (4-0).

  • Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 Premier League matches, including none in their last eight since their 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest in March. The Reds have gone the longest without a shutout in a single league season, from October to December 2004 (9).

  • Liverpool’s Jürgen Klopp lost his first Premier League encounter to Spurs’ Ange Postecoglou earlier this season. The only manager to win consecutive Premier League games against Klopp is Brendan Rodgers with Leicester in 2021, while the last manager to beat him in his first two top-flight meetings was Louis van Gaal in 2009-10 with Bayern Munich when he was at Borussia Dortmund. director.

  • Tottenham’s Son Heung-min has scored in each of his last four Premier League appearances against Liverpool, giving Spurs a 1-0 lead in the reverse fixture in September. The only player to have scored in five consecutive Premier League matches against the Reds is Jamie Vardy (between 2016 and 2017).

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