Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Odds Comparison

Saturday, 11/01/2020, Time: 18:30

Match Betting (1x2)

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy rolled the dice when he decided to replace Mauricio Pochettino with Jose Mourinho and there have been mixed results since the latter took charge at White Hart Lane.

Spurs continue to look likely to miss out on a place in the top four of the Premier League and they have a tough assignment against Liverpool on Saturday 11 January which sees them as the rank outsiders to win this game.

BetVictor are prepared to quote 15/4 about the north London side becoming the first team to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season, with Mourinho likely to be without Harry Kane for this clash.

The striker incurred an injury at Southampton over the festive period and now looks likely to be sidelined, with the Reds likely to be encouraged by not having to face the Spurs striker.

Liverpool are trading at a best price 7/10 to win this clash and there is plenty to like about a team who could end the season as champions of England and Europe.

Only Manchester United have prevented the Reds from landing a maximum haul this season, with Paddy Power offering 3/1 that the game ends in a draw and that would certainly be a good outcome for Tottenham.

Asian Handicap

Liverpool’s recent trip to the King Power Stadium was supposed to represent a stern test of their title credentials although the Merseyside team ended up coming away with a stonking 4-0 victory.

Therefore, perhaps they will run riot in north London and you can back the visitors at 17/14 with BetVictor with a -1 handicap, with this meaning you get money back if Liverpool win by a single goal but a profit if they triumph by two goals or more.

You can extend the argument further and get 18/5 with Unibet that Liverpool triumph with a -2 goal handicap and they might yet enjoy another emphatic display should Tottenham choose to meet fire with fire.

However, some might expect Tottenham to put the trapdoor up and you can get 6/5 about Spurs with a +0.5 goal advantage which would mean they simply need to avoid defeat in order to triumph.

Both Teams to Score

Will Jose Mourinho hatch a game plan to try and nullify the opposition or will he look for his team to defend deep and aim to frustrate the other team?

Liverpool have managed to find the net in every match this season and you can get 8/13 about the “Yes” option for this game, although perhaps it might be the home team that struggles to score.

With this in mind, the “No” option is trading at 7/5 and this would profit if the game ended goalless, while the same applies if just one team fails to score.