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Rupert Wyman 5th Feb 2012 - 13:02

A taxing situation for Redknapp

In Monday's live Premier League clash, Liverpool take on Tottenham. Spurs have had a phenomenal season and they will fancy their chances at Anfield. Liverpool have been poor in the league but they have made the Carling Cup final.

Liverpool are 23/20 to win at home, the draw is 11/5 and an away win is 5/2. Since taking over, Harry Redknapp has overseen six wins in eight games in all competitions for Spurs against Liverpool. If you fancy backing Spurs, they are 6/4 draw no bet.

Liverpool are one of only two sides in the Premier league with an unbeaten home record this season, but they have drawn seven of their eleven matches.

Tottenham have been hit hard by injuries, Adebayor, Van der Vaart, Defoe and Lennon are all questionable for the match. Redknapp has made some signings in the transfer window. He has picked up two over-30s players with Saha from Everton and Nelson from Blackburn.

Saha may be thrown into the side against Liverpool and he is 9/1 to open the scoring.

Luka Modric has scored in his last two league games against the Reds. He was unsettled by the reported interest from Chelsea in the summer, but he has knuckled down and he once again looks world class. He is 6/1 to score anytime and he often shoots from distance.

Liverpool were reported to be trying to cut their losses on Carroll, and he was rumored to be moving to Man City in the transfer window.  He has struggled to find the back of the net in a red shirt. He is 8/1 to open the scoring for Liverpool.

The Match Winner is Suarez to score anytime and Liverpool to win at 7/2. The Uruguayan, 25, has missed the last eight matches through suspension. He has been Liverpool's main attacking threat since arriving in a £22.8 million deal from Ajax in January last year.

Dalglish rested captain Steven Gerrard for the 3-0 victory at Wolves midweek. Along with Suarez, his return to first team action would be a major boost to the club. He takes the set pieces and he is 10/3 to score anytime.

Liverpool's best player of late has been Bellamy. He recently scored in the Carling Cup semi-final against his former club Man City. He was superb midweek and his work rate is fantastic. He scored the Reds second goal and he tormented Wolves throughout the match. He is 2/1 to score anytime.

There has been a 90th minute goal in three of the last four league meetings between the two clubs. It is 12/5 for a goal to be scored between the 80th minute and injury time. There has also been a penalty awarded (10/3) in four of the last five Premier league matches between the clubs.

 

 
 
 

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