The Premier League returns after the international break with a real humdinger of a match. Tottenham wiped the floor with Liverpool at Wembley Stadium last season although the odds suggest that this might not happen this time around.
Spurs are actually the outsiders at 7/4 with bet365 to claim the three points, with the London side being brought down to earth with a bump at Vicarage Road after previously winning 3-0 at Old Trafford.
Tottenham would like to be back at White Hart Lane rather than the national stadium although they did beat Fulham 3-1 in their first home match of the season, with Mauricio Pochettino looking for his team to be more aggressive after being bullied by Watford.
The Reds Looking Strong
Liverpool arrive at Wembley boasting a 100% record after four games played thus far and certainly looking the part as far as Premier League contenders are concerned.
William Hill offer 29/20 about the Reds claiming yet another maximum haul which would really announce them as title contenders, although Jurgen Klopp knows that his side need to find improvement after slender victories over Brighton and Leicester.
Mohamed Salah had a rather patchy game at the King Power Stadium and failed to take his chances, although Sadio Mane has four goals to his name this term and the Senegal international is a 6/1 chance with Ladbrokes to break the deadlock as he did against the Foxes.
Draw on the Cards?
BetVictor offer a rather enticing 13/5 that the match ends all square which would be a satisfactory outcome for the visitors considering their 100% start to the season and also the fact that this fixture represents one of the most difficult matches on paper.
Naby Keita may well return to the midfield engine room, with the visitors keen to cut out the supply line emanating from Christian Eriksen, although Harry Kane is clearly looking to make a difference as he did when scoring the first goal at Old Trafford.
The English striker is 7/2 with Paddy Power to open the scoring, with Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk likely to be kept busy by the prolific forward along with Lucas Moura who has hit the ground running this term and has the capability to get in behind the opposition defence.
Both Teams to Score
Both of these teams like to adopt an attacking approach and it would be little surprise to see both teams on the scoresheet, with William Hill going 8/15 that both sides find the net and it might be worthwhile backing a high goal count at Wembley.
William Hill have 13/8 about Over 3.5 Goals and last season’s matches between these teams finished 4-1 to Tottenham before the 2-2 draw at Anfield which was another open and exciting match.
If you do think that Liverpool will continue their winning run, then it might come as part of a high-scoring affair and the Reds are 10/3 with bet365 to claim victory and both teams finding the net.
The correct score market is popular for betting purposes and a 3-2 win in favour of Liverpool can be taken at odds of 25/1 with bet365, while a 3-3 draw is a 45/1 poke with BetVictor and might not be a million miles away.