When Liverpool and Tottenham meet at Anfield tomorrow there is a very good chance the game will be decided by Dele Alli or Philippe Coutinho – two of the most dangerous players in the league.
Alli, who is second only to Harry Kane in goals with 13 this season for Spurs, has shown that he has the skills to be a star in the Premier League for years to come. The 20-year-old is only in his second season with the London club, but has already made great strides and is counted among England’s top talents.
Coutinho has struggled to find best form after coming back from an ankle injury that sidelined him for all of December and the start of January. That said, the Brazilian is going to be an integral player for the Reds long-term, as shown by the new contract he signed in January making him their highest paid player.
When at top form, Coutinho possesses elite playmaking ability and Jurgen Klopp is going to need his man at top form to beat the Lilywhites.
These two young players both possess great skill, but who is better?