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Where to watch Liverpool vs. Watch Tottenham: live stream online, TV channel, prediction, start time, news, odds



Where to watch Liverpool vs.  Watch Tottenham: live stream online, TV channel, prediction, start time, news, odds
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As they enter the final stretch of the Premier League, Tottenham and Liverpool can only increase their pace and hope rivals encounter obstacles as they look to climb the table. Jurgen Klopp’s side have seen their hopes of a quadruple farewell for the outgoing boss evaporate and by the time they take the field at Anfield on Sunday they could be eight points off the top, knowing that failing to win the title would be a would end their title challenge.

Spurs, meanwhile, are far behind Aston Villa in the top-four race. Back-to-back defeats to Arsenal and Chelsea leave them seven points behind fourth place with a game in hand, but two of the toughest games of the season still to play. It will take something remarkable for Tottenham to even be in the mix for the top four on the final day of the season. Here’s how to watch the match and what you need to know:

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  • Date: Sunday May 5 | Time: 11:30 am ET
  • Place: Anfield-Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Live stream: Peacock
  • Chances: Liverpool-225; Draw: +450; Bournemouth +480


Liverpool: A first meeting with Tottenham since September’s VAR disaster, which cost the Reds an opener and possibly a win, comes at a bad time for Klopp, who has seen his side lose three and win two of their last six, one string of results that saw them crash out of Europe and, in all likelihood, into the Premier League title race. Meanwhile, the key figures who have led Liverpool to so much success in recent years are struggling to replicate their best form. Klopp’s feud with Mohamed Salah has been well documented since the draw against West Ham last Saturday and now he is faced with the prospect of playing without totem Virgil van Dijk.

‘Not Virgil [available] all week, probably part of today’s team training,” Klopp said at his pre-match press conference. “So we have to see what we can do there.”

Tottenham: Defeats home and away to Arsenal and Chelsea have led to what could be the first faltering of the Ange Postecoglu era. The Australian held a remarkably somber press conference at Stamford Bridge on Thursday evening, insisting he was responsible for the decline in form. The next morning the message had changed considering the end of this season and next summer.

“We need change. Change has to happen,” Postecoglou said. “You can’t want to drastically change your course for this club because we went in one direction. And now we’re going in a completely different direction. Expect the same people to be in it. That’s just not the case.” going to happen.”


With both teams struggling to get going and looking vulnerable defensively, it could be a game that takes a while to get going. It can also be a situation where neither party can quite achieve what they want. CHOOSE: Liverpool1,Tottenham1