By Chris Rowland and Daniel Rhodes.
Liverpool travel to Wembley on Sunday – 16.00 kick off UK time – to face Mauricio Pochettino’s high-flying Spurs. The Premier League runners-up for the last two seasons are currently third, 4 points above the Reds and 5 behind the leaders Manchester City,, and got a creditable draw at Real Madrid on Tuesday night.
Despite Spurs’ rise in recent years, Liverpool’s record against them has been pretty decent. Since March 2013, there have been 10 games, with Liverpool unbeaten, winning 7 (one in the League Cup) and drawing 3. Last season’s game at Spurs finished 1-1, the season before’s 0-0 – Klopp’s first game. Prior to that, we had 3-0 and 5-0 away wins, the latter during the 2013/14 season when Jon Flanagan scored!
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