10. Liverpool start life under new manager Jurgen Klopp having won their last five meetings with Tottenham. Klopp’s men are 2.90 to win this fixture.
9. The Reds have scored three or more goals in each of their last five games against Spurs. They are 5.80 to net +2.5 times again.
8. Spurs have, however, won six of their last eight home games against Liverpool, to a 16-14 aggregate scoreline. They are 2.40 to win.
7. Both Spurs and Liverpool are on a two-game drawing streak. Another draw at White Hart Lane is available at 3.40.
6. Spurs' only league defeat this campaign was a 1-0 loss at Manchester United (W3 D4 L1). Only in 2005/06 have they lost just one of their first nine matches of a Premier League season. They are 1.41 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
5. Six of Christian Eriksen’s 19 Premier League goals have come from a direct free-kick. The Denmark international is 8.00 to score first.
4. £8.3million summer signing Clinton N’Jie is yet to score for Tottenham and averages just 0.7 shots per game in the Premier League. The forward is 8.00 to score last.
3. Liverpool’s injured forward Danny Ings earned his international debut in midweek, coming on against Lithuania for Tottenham’s Harry Kane. Kane has scored just once for Spurs all season and is 2.55 to net.
2. Liverpool scored six times against Spurs last season — Steven Gerrard x2, Lazar Markovic, Mario Balotelli, Raheem Sterling and Alberto Moreno with the goals. Only Moreno is left at the club and the Spaniard is 10.50 to net.
1. Only one of Daniel Sturridge's last 11 Premier League goals has been scored away from home. The striker is 1.38 not to net.