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Spurs will be out to continue their impressive start to the season when they welcome Liverpool to White Hart Lane later today.
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Mauricio Pochettino’s men have won both their games to date, scoring five goals and conceding none in wins over West Ham and QPR.
Those games saw two of the flops from last season, Erik Lamela and Nacer Chadli shine and the pair will hope to build on their strong starts to the season.
Spurs have doubts over the fitness of Kyle Walker (pelvis) and Roberto Soldado (neck) going into the game while a decision will also be made as to whether new signing Federico Fazio, a £10 million midweek capture from Seville, will make his debut.
The Reds have picked up three points from their opening two games as they followed up an opening day win over Southampton with a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City.
The result at the Etihad was compounded by injuries to Martin Skrtel, Glen Johnson and debutant Alberto Moreno with all three struggling to shake off the knocks.
Should the trio miss out then Mamdou Sakho, Javier Manquillo and Jose Enrique will come into the side. Up front Mario Balotelli is set to make his debut alongside Daniel Sturridge with Lazar Markovic pushing hard for a start after an impressive showing from the bench against City.
Adam Lallana is back in the squad but unlikely to start.
Spurs vs. Liverpool Prediction
Last season this game was a very one-sided affair with a Luis Suarez inspired Liverpool running out 5-0 winners.
However a very different outcome is expected on Sunday with Spurs looking a far different prospect in the early stages of the season with Pochettino already adding steel to the defense.
One thing that is Liverpool’s favour is that are unbeaten in 3 games against Spurs and have scored in each of their last 7 away games, although they have lost 11 of their last 23 games at White Hart Lane.