Liverpool vs Tottenham: Rampent!? Fans aren’t having a bar of Redknapp

Liverpool vs Tottenham: Rampent!? Fans aren’t having a bar of Redknapp

Liverpool's title credentials will be put to the test when they travel to Wembley to take on Tottenham on Saturday.

The Reds have picked an impressive 43 points from 28 games against Spurs, Manchester United, Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal.

"Mentality is to have the capacity to win or beat Manchester United at Old Trafford and then go to Watford and enjoy the same capacity".

Earlier in the week Gary Neville had suggested that Liverpool should sacrifice their Champions League ambitions in order to focus on their Premier League campaign, but Morrison disagreed. Maybe we miss that.

Tottenham have received criticism in recent weeks, but Van Dijk's comments should at least lift their morale, and make the Spurs fans feel proud of their team. We can all speculate if a player is going to play well. Yes, we learned, the experience was that one game can be completely different to another.

"I think Liverpool haven't started the season excellently, but they have done a good job, and out of all the teams out there they've looked the best, and in [Virgil] van Dijk they've got one of the best defenders in the world at the moment".

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"The football they are playing under Jürgen Klopp, it's fantastic".

"I think he's sensible enough to know that why he has done so well is not just because of the player he is, it's because of Jurgen Klopp's style of play". The plan was - and still is - that he will make us better.

In an interview with The Liverpool Way, Carragher said: "That is an issue for us, the global thing".

However, the fixtures are set to come thick and fast from now on, starting with a trip to Wembley for their Premier League clash against Tottenham before they open their Champions League account against Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield next week. After four weeks, when the fitness levels looked quite OK - it got better and better for one player or another - then we had to send them away [on worldwide duty].

Hugo Lloris has been effective for far too long and has also made 2.7 saves per game this season, which gives him a place in this lineup.

Adam Lallana (groin) won't feature for Liverpool but Simon Mignolet is fit after a hand injury.

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