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    • 1Lloris
    • 3Rose
    • 5Vertonghen
    • 15Dier
    • 4Kaboul
    • 29Capoue
    • 22Chadli
    • 11Lamela
    • 23Eriksen
    • 42Bentaleb
    • 10Adebayor
    • 22Mignolet
    • 19Manquillo
    • 17Sakho
    • 6Lovren
    • 18Moreno
    • 8Gerrard
    • 14Henderson
    • 24Allen
    • 31Sterling
    • 45Balotelli
    • 15Sturridge
    • 3José Enrique
    • 10Coutinho
    • 50Markovic
    • 23Can
    • 1Jones
    • 9Lambert
    • 4Kolo Touré

    Tottenham

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 H. Lloris
    • 3 D. Rose (Davies ')
    • 5 J. Vertonghen
    • 15 E. Dier
    • 4 Y. Kaboul
    • 29 E. Capoue
    • 22 N. Chadli
    • 11 E. Lamela
    • 23 C. Eriksen (Townsend ')
    • 42 N. Bentaleb (Dembélé ')
    • 10 E. Adebayor

    Liverpool

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-1-2-1-2
    • 22 S. Mignolet
    • 19 J. Manquillo
    • 17 M. Sakho
    • 6 D. Lovren
    • 18 A. Moreno
    • 8 S. Gerrard
    • 14 J. Henderson
    • 24 J. Allen (Can ')
    • 31 R. Sterling (Enrique Sanchez Diaz ')
    • 45 M. Balotelli (Markovic ')
    • 15 D. Sturridge
    Substitutes
    • 19 M. Dembélé
    • 14 L. Holtby
    • 17 A. Townsend
    • 6 V. Chiriches
    • 18 H. Kane
    • 33 B. Davies
    • 24 B. Friedel
    Substitutes
    • 3 J. Enrique Sanchez Diaz
    • 10 P. Coutinho
    • 50 L. Markovic
    • 23 E. Can
    • 1 B. Jones
    • 9 R. Lambert
    • 4 K. Touré

    Tottenham vs Liverpool

    The Reds' 5-0 win at White Hart Lane in December last season ended a run of five consecutive Premier League home wins for Spurs against Liverpool.

    Liverpool won six points against Tottenham in the Barclays Premier League last season with an aggregate score of 9-0.

    Liverpool's defeat at Manchester City last Monday was their first away from home in the Premier League in 2014 (W7 D2 L1).

    Tottenham have won five of their last six Premier League games (L1).

    Eric Dier is the first defender in Premier League history to score in his first two appearances.

    Etienne Capoue has made more passes (196) than any other Premier League player this season.

    Liverpool have scored 60 Premier League goals in 2014, seven more than any other side.

    After assisting only one goal in his first 10 PL appearances for Tottenham, Erik Lamela assisted two goals in the space of seven first half minutes vs QPR last weekend.

    Daniel Sturridge has only scored in two of his last eight Premier League games.

    Liverpool have not lost back to back games in the Premier League since December 2013.