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The first part of my Same Game Multi is Liverpool to win the match against Spurs. The Reds record in the league so far this season speaks for itself – 20 games played, 19 wins, 1 draw, 0 defeats. They’re 13 points clear with a game in hand of Leicester City who are in second place.
They look so strong this season with many experts tipping them to go unbeaten in all 38 games. They come up against a Spurs side who have won just one game in their last five in all competitions which included a measly 1-1 draw with Championship side Middlesbrough in the FA Cup. Captain and top goalscorer Harry Kane has also been ruled out until April and it’s difficult to see how they can hurt Liverpool.
The Senegalese attacker is having yet another great season in a Liverpool shirt. The 27-year-old has scored 11 times in his 19 league appearances so far this season including two in his last two matches. No other Liverpool player (including Mohamed Salah) has scored more in the league this season and given a good opportunity in front of goal this weekend, I’d expect him to take it especially as he’s full of confidence.
Spurs have picked up the second-highest number of yellow cards in the Premier League this season (49) with only rivals Arsenal having more. Central midfielder Harry Winks has picked up five of those in his 16 league appearances with no other fit Spurs player receiving more. The 23-year-old will have to try and deal with the likes of Salah, Mane and Firmino throughout the game in what will be a huge test for him. Referee Martin Atkinson has given out the fourth-highest number of yellow card this season (54) and the equal most red cards this season (3).