Much has been made of Liverpool’s 100% start to the season and this might continue at Wembley Stadium on Saturday lunchtime although the Reds are plenty short enough.
Jurgen Klopp’s side won less than 50% of their away games last season and were soundly beaten 4-1 by Spurs in one of them, with Dejan Lovren actually being hooked before the interval.
Conversely, Tottenham won thirteen of their nineteen home matches last season despite the period of adjustment required to start winning at Wembley, with only two defeats occurring at a place they now regard as a second home.
Spurs have won their only game there this season and have also won at Old Trafford, with Mauricio Pochettino looking to approach this match in a positive fashion.
Dele Alli missed England’s second game against Switzerland with a strain although we should see him back in the team here along with Christian Eriksen who put Wales to the sword.
Harry Kane will lead the line and hope to continue his strong scoring record, with Liverpool boasting a player that outscored him in the Premier League last term.
Mohamed Salah was actually subbed at Leicester in the previous match but we should expect the Egyptian to return to his lively best for this encounter, with Xherdan Shaqiri potentially in line for a start after helping Switzerland win 6-0 against Iceland.
We just think this one is too close to call and will back the draw.
Draw @ 12/5 with William Hill