Today I’ll be doing a little betting preview ahead of our game against Spurs on Monday night in a very important game for our title challenging visitors.
We take on Tottenham on the back of heavy defeat at Anfield, in possibly our worst performance of the season. The performance did little to please fans after throwing away a two goal lead at home to Swansea the week beforehand, putting an end to our impressive performances, and all but ending our chances of qualifying for Europe. Tottenham themselves have been in good form having won three of their last five games in the league, most recently dispatching Man Utd, quite impressively, at home 3-0.
How we’ve done so far
It’s been quite some season for Spurs. Regardless of how the title race ends – with it looking like Leicester have clinched it – it’s been our best campaign for some time. Second would be a spectacular achievement for such a young side, a side that finished fifth last year.
Last time out
It seems like that 2-2 draw back at the Lane was years ago. Both sides have progressed significantly, whilst sharing a similar style of football that forces neutral fans to take notice. Spurs appeared to give up after taking a 2-0 lead back in August, and full credit to Stoke for capitalising. It’s certainly never quiet when our sides me
Stoke Look to Take Vital Points at Anfield
A draw against Swansea has put Stoke in a position where they need a win.
Liverpool, coming off of two successive draws against the likes of Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund, are looking to keep the momentum going forward as they are fighting for a Europa League spot. Stoke on the other hand, are needing a positive result after blowing a 2-0 lead to Swansea to only taking a point out of that match. This match will be key in seeing which club can stay in the battle for a European spot.
Both Stoke and Liverpool, eighth and ninth in the table respectively, go into the fixture in fairly decent league form. Hughes’ men having lost only one of their last seven top-flight matches and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds just one of their last six. However, Liverpool have played two less games than Stoke this season.