Tottenham vs Liverpool

Tottenham vs. Liverpool result, highlights, and analysis.

Mohamed Salah leads Reds to first away win of season.

Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in their first Premier League away win of the season.

Mohamed Salah’s brace, including one off Eric Dier’s blunder, gave Liverpool a two-goal lead at halftime in London.

With 20 minutes left, Harry Kane scored superbly from a tight angle after being passed by Dejan Kulusevski.

Despite controlling the game, Antonio Conte’s side were unable to pull off another comeback in the same week they overcame Marseille in a critical UEFA Champions League encounter.

That allowed Liverpool to win and revive their top-four aspirations following a disappointing start.

Tottenham-Liverpool result


Salah’s 11th-minute goal (40th min)

Kane (70th min)

Liverpool can capitalize on crucial away win

This wasn’t the return of Liverpool’s recent dominance on home soil.

After a shaky start to the season, especially on the road, Jurgen Klopp didn’t anticipate that.

His players proved in their first Premier League away win of 2022/23 that this is a moment for battling through rather than champagne football.

This hard-fought triumph should remind Klopp’s team how to win on the road and start a much-needed winning streak.

Salah scoring again

Liverpool’s poor start was exacerbated by an unnecessary change to Salah’s position.

The Egyptian is a three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner and one of Europe’s deadliest attackers, but he spent most of this season too far from the opposition goal.

A brace here made it five goals in four games since that was fixed.

Liverpool’s recovery will benefit from Salah’s return to form.

Spurs’ key upside: Kulusevski

Tottenham fans may struggle to find positives after losing at home to a top-four contender after away losses to Arsenal and Manchester United earlier this season, but the second half did.

Spurs are better with Kulusevski, which has been obvious during his absence but was reinforced here.

The Swede quickly set up Kane and was a continuous danger to Liverpool in a finish that the hosts controlled.

The return of Kulusevski might help Tottenham win the Champions League competition despite losing today.

Tottenham vs. Liverpool

FULLTIME: Liverpool won their first Premier League away match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Jurgen Klopp will be pleased with his players’ effort.

92nd minute: Oxlade-Chamberlain replaces Salah to waste time.

89th minute: Bentancur misses Perisic’s inswinger at the front post.

Spurs near but out of time.

87th minute: Liverpool regroup as a Kulusevski cross goes out of play.

Gomez replaces Nunez in the Reds’ back five.

82nd minute: Nunez strikes the bar but the flag is up.

After Thiago’s brilliant pass, the Uruguayan’s left-footed shot is good.

79th minute: Lenglet scores from an inswinging corner as Spurs dominate.

74th minute: Curtis Jones and Jordan Henderson replace Roberto Firmino and Harvey Elliott for Liverpool.

Will that help Reds regain control?

Goal! Improvements are immediate!

Kane scores on a Kulusevski pass from behind.


68th minute: Tottenham substitute Ryan Sessegnon and Emerson Royal for Dejan Kulusevski and Matt Doherty.

58th minute: Spurs force Liverpool into mistakes and dominate possession, but the visitors have two great chances on the break that Nunez and Salah have scored from.

That summarizes the game pattern.

49th minute: Tottenham hits the woodwork again!

Sessegnon pulls back for Perisic to shake the bar after an innocuous ball in behind.

The hosts started well this half.

48th minute: Dier heads a corner but Alisson easily gathers.

Spurs encouragement, however.

46th minute: London restarts—can Spurs repeat?

Halftime: Londoners boo the whistle. Tottenham must stage a comeback to win this one.

Goal! That guy again doubles Liverpool’s lead.

Alisson lofts an innocuous ball forward, but Dier’s attempted header back to Lloris is read by Salah, who finishes off a one-on-one with a cool dink.

Tottenham yet to play.

38th minute: Elliott seeks treatment after kneeing Davies during Liverpool possession.

32nd minute: Physical bouts and scrappy play in midfield now.

After such a terrific start, Liverpool will undoubtedly accept that, but they’ll also feel Tottenham are developing into this.

20th minute: Tottenham calls for a penalty as Alexander-Arnold nudges Sessegnon in the box, but the referee and VAR appear uninterested.

You think that would have stood if delivered on the field.

15th minute: Spurs hit post!

Perisic beats Alisson to a right-wing cross from Kane, but his header hits the post.

11th minute: Goal! Salah leads Liverpool!

The Egyptian starts a great back-to-front move with a deft touch in midfield and finishes it with a left-footed effort into the bottom corner after Nunez feeds him.

6th min: Nunez’s early darts in behind suggest Liverpool may score today.

However, nothing has resulted.

Harvey Elliott starts for Liverpool.

5 minutes to KO: The players arrive—this might be a thriller.

30 minutes before kickoff: Klopp addresses Liverpool’s challenge: “Finally, we must be in the correct attitude today to play football and be a danger. Set-pieces require vigilance. We need precision.”

45 minutes to KO: Spurs’ Perisic-Kane onslaught is unusual without Richarlison or Son.

Elliott gives Liverpool a more forward-thinking midfield, and that front three suggests Klopp’s squad will go for it.

Team news!

Tottenham: Lloris, Dier, Lenglet, Davies, Emerson, Bissouma, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Sessegnon, Perisic, Kane.

Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Thiago, Elliott, Salah, Firmino, Nunez.

75 minutes to KO: Interesting team news in 15 minutes.

How will Tottenham attack without Son and Kulusevski? Do Liverpool play Nunez-Firmino-Salah?

90-minute KO: Welcome to The Sporting News’ live Premier League coverage of Tottenham vs. Liverpool.

If the visitors lose, their top-four aspirations are dashed even at this early stage. The hosts hope to capitalise on recent confidence-boosting wins at home and in Europe to stay in the championship fight.

Tottenham-Liverpool match time?

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London hosts Liverpool. Sunday, November 6, 4:30 p.m. GMT. UK USA Canada Australia


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Tottenham-Liverpool lineups

As Son Heung-min and Richarlison are injured, Antonio Conte starts Ivan Perisic with Harry Kane.

Cristian Romero is out, but Rodrigo Bentancur can start and Dejan Kulusevski boosts the bench.

Tottenham team (3-5-2): Lloris (GK)—Dier, Lenglet, Davies—Emerson, Bissouma, Hojbjerg, Bentancur, Sessegnon—Perisic, Kane.

Subs: Forster, Doherty, Skipp, Sanchez, Gil, Kulusevski, Tanganga, Moura, Sarr.

Despite captain Jordan Henderson recovering from a knee injury, Jurgen Klopp chooses a forward-thinking midfield with Harvey Elliott.

Darwin Nunez, who scored and assisted off the bench against Napoli in midweek, starts on the left despite preferring the centre-forward position.

Liverpool (4-3-3): Alisson (GK)—Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson—Elliott, Fabinho, Thiago—Salah, Firmino, Nunez.

Subs: Kelleher, Gomez, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Tsimikas, Ramsay, Carvalho, Bajcetic.

Tottenham vs. Liverpool odds, prediction

Liverpool defeated to Spurs 4-1 in October 2017. Before that, Tottenham defeated them 2-1 at the old White Hart Lane in 2012 when Gareth Bale scored twice.

Form books contrast odds: Tottenham have won five of their six Premier League home games this season, while Liverpool are chasing their sixth away win after three losses.

Prediction: Given those records, Tottenham may win 1-0 against this uneven Liverpool team. Son, Spurs’ leading scorer and most creative player, is missing. UK \s(Sky Bet) (Sky Bet) (BetMGM) (Sports Interaction)

Australia \s(Ladbrokes)

Tottenham Win 9/4 11/5 3.10 3.25

Draw 13/5 13/5 3.54 3.50

Liverpool Win 23/20 2.11 2.10

2.5+ Goals

4/6 62/100 1.68 1.68 result, highlights and analysis as Mohamed Salah fires Reds to first away win of the season

Liverpool secured their first Premier League away win of the season as they held off a late fightback to earn a 2-1 victory at Tottenham Hotspur.

The Reds took a two-goal lead into the half-time break in London thanks to a well-taken brace from Mohamed Salah, the second coming courtesy of a poor Eric Dier mistake.

But they were pegged back by a resurgent Spurs with 20 minutes remaining, Harry Kane netting brilliantly from a tight angle after being fed by the returning Dejan Kulusevski. 

However, despite Antonio Conte’s men dominating the remainder of the game, they were unable to pull off another fightback in the same week in which they fought from behind to beat Marseille in a crucial UEFA Champions League match.

And that allowed Liverpool to hold on for a win that could even reignite their faint hopes of a top-four finish after a poor start to the season. 

Tottenham vs. Liverpool result


LIV: Salah (11th min)
LIV: Salah (40th min)
TOT: Kane (70th min)

Liverpool can build on important away win

Make no mistake: this wasn’t the return of the dominant Liverpool team of recent years that would routinely take teams apart on their own turf.

But there is no chance Jurgen Klopp expected to see that after a patchy start to the new season, particularly on the road.

Clearly, his players know that this is a time for battling through rather than champagne football, and they certainly showed that in earning a first Premier League away win of 2022/23.

The hope now is that this hard-fought success will remind Klopp’s side how to get it done on opposition soil and that it can kickstart a much-needed run of wins on their travels.

Salah back to his goalscoring best

One of the most frustrating aspects of Liverpool’s mixed start to the campaign was an apparently needless tweak to Salah’s position.

The Egyptian is a three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner and one of European football’s deadliest forwards, yet he spent so much of the early stages of this season stationed too far away from the opposition goal.

That has recently been corrected, and the benefits were seen in a brace here that made it five goals in his past four outings.

Salah is now firmly back to his best and that will have a big influence on Liverpool’s attempts to get back to theirs.

Kulusevski the key upside for Spurs

It might be hard for Tottenham fans to see the positives after defeat at home to a top-four rival following away losses to Arsenal and Manchester United earlier this term, but the second half provided an obvious one.

It has been evident throughout his absence but was hammered home emphatically here that Spurs are a far better side when Kulusevski is available.

The Swede made a swift impact in setting up Kane and was a constant threat to Liverpool in a finish that the hosts dominated.

Tottenham may have lost the battle today but the return of Kulusevski could well help them win the war in the race for the Champions League places.

Tottenham vs. Liverpool as it happened

FULLTIME: All over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Liverpool have held on for their first away win of the Premier League season.

They were made to work for it but Jurgen Klopp will be delighted with how his players battled through that one.

92nd min: Salah makes way for Oxlade-Chamberlain as Liverpool look to kill some time.

89th min: Perisic’s inswinger is flicked on at the front post by Kane but Bentancur is a couple of inches too short to reach it.

Spurs getting closer but running out of time.

87th min: A Kulusevski cross floats out of play and Liverpool are now looking to shore things up.

Gomez is on for Nunez as the Reds go to a back five.

82nd min: Nunez hits the bar but the flag is up and it wouldn’t have counted.

It’s a good effort from the Uruguayan on his left foot after being cleverly slipped in by Thiago.

79th min: Lenglet heads over from an inswinging corner delivery – Spurs are utterly dominant here.

74th min: A double change for Liverpool, with Curtis Jones and Jordan Henderson replacing Roberto Firmino and Harvey Elliott.

Will that help the Reds seize back some control?

70th min: GOAL! The changes pay immediate dividends!

Kulusevski slips a ball in behind for Kane and he finishes from the tightest of angles into the far corner. 

The comeback is on!

68th min: Tottenham change things up, with Dejan Kulusevski and Matt Doherty in place of Ryan Sessegnon and Emerson Royal. 

58th min: Spurs all over Liverpool, pressing them into mistakes and dominating possession, and yet the visitors have created two really good chances on the break that have brought shots on target from Nunez and Salah.

That about sums up the pattern of the game.

49th min: Tottenham hit the woodwork again!

A seemingly harmless ball in behind finds Sessegnon, who pulls back for Perisic to shake the bar when he probably should have done better.

The hosts have started this half well.

48th min: Dier heads a corner goalward but he doesn’t generate much power and Alisson collects quite comfortably. 

Encouragement for Spurs, though.

46th min: Back under way in London – can Spurs do it again?

HALFTIME: Boos as the whistle sounds in London. Tottenham are going to need to pull off one of their trademark comebacks to get something out of this one.

40th min: GOAL! Liverpool double their lead and it’s that man again.

Alisson lofts what looks like a harmless ball forward but Dier’s attempted header back to Lloris is read by Salah and he is in for a one-on-one that is finished off with a wonderfully calm dink.

Tottenham with it all to do now.

38th min: A break in play as Elliott receives treatment after a clash of knees with Davies during a spell of Liverpool possession.

32nd min: All getting a bit nip and tuck in midfield now, with physical battles and scrappy play the order of the day. 

Liverpool will probably take that given their lead but after such a good start to the game they’ll also feel Tottenham are growing into this.

20th min: Tottenham calling for a penalty after Alexander-Arnold nudges Sessegnon in the box but neither the referee or the VAR are interested.

You suspect that wouldn’t have been overturned had it been given on the pitch.

15th min: Spurs hit the post!

Kane dinks a ball in from the right-hand side and Perisic appears to have beaten Alisson to it but a deflection on his header takes the ball onto the upright. 

That’s more like it from the hosts.

11th min: GOAL! Salah puts Liverpool in front!

The Egyptian kicks off a brilliant passage of play from back to front with a clever touch in midfield and is there at the end when Nunez feeds him for a left-footed shot into the bottom corner.

6th min: A couple of early darts in behind from Nunez show that could be a productive route toward goal for Liverpool today.

Nothing has come from it yet, though.

KICKOFF: Liverpool get the game started through Harvey Elliott.

5 mins to KO: Here come the players – this has all the makings of a cracker.

30 mins to KO: Klopp discusses the challenge Liverpool face today: “In the end, it is clear that we have to be in the right mood today to play football and be a threat. We have to be really awake around set-pieces. We have to be really spot on.”

45 mins to KO: Well, that’s an interesting line-up from Tottenham as Perisic is given the unfamiliar task of partnering Kane in attack with both Richarlison and Son absent.

As for Liverpool, they go with a more forward-thinking midfield in naming Elliott, and that front three is an indication that Klopp’s team are going to go for it.

60 mins to KO: Team news is in!

Tottenham: Lloris, Dier, Lenglet, Davies, Emerson, Bissouma, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Sessegnon, Perisic, Kane.

Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Thiago, Elliott, Salah, Firmino, Nunez.

75 mins to KO: Some interesting team news coming up in 15 minutes.

How will Tottenham line up without both Son and Kulusevski to call upon in attack? And do Liverpool go all out with a Nunez-Firmino-Salah front three?

90 mins to KO: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ live coverage of Tottenham vs. Liverpool in the Premier League.

This feels like a do-or-die game for the visitors, whose top-four hopes would surely be over even at this early stage should they suffer defeat. As for the hosts, they are aiming to build on recent confidence-boosting wins both at home and Europe and prove they can stay in the title race.

What time is Tottenham vs. Liverpool?

Tottenham play host to Liverpool at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. It kicks off at 4.30 p.m. GMT on Sunday, November 6.

DateSun, Nov. 6Sun, Nov. 6Sun, Nov. 6Mon, Nov. 7
Time16:30 GMT11:30 ET11:30 ET03:30 AEDT

Tottenham vs. Liverpool live stream, TV channel

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Tottenham vs. Liverpool lineups

Spurs manager Antonio Conte gives the nod to Ivan Perisic in a front two alongside Harry Kane as Son Heung-min and Richarlison miss out due to injury.

Cristian Romero is also absent but Rodrigo Bentancur is fit enough to start, while Dejan Kulusevski provides a major boost in making the bench.

Tottenham lineup (3-5-2): Lloris (GK) — Dier, Lenglet, Davies — Emerson, Bissouma, Hojbjerg, Bentancur, Sessegnon — Perisic, Kane

Subs: Forster, Doherty, Skipp, Sanchez, Gil, Kulusevski, Tanganga, Moura, Sarr

Jurgen Klopp opts for a more forward-thinking midfield featuring Harvey Elliott despite captain Jordan Henderson overcoming a knee knock in time to feature.

After a goal and an assist of the bench against Napoli in midweek, Darwin Nunez gets the nod in attack, though he is stationed out on the left rather than in his favoured centre-forward position.

Liverpool lineup (4-3-3): Alisson (GK) — Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson — Elliott, Fabinho, Thiago — Salah, Firmino, Nunez

Subs: Kelleher, Gomez, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Tsimikas, Ramsay, Carvalho, Bajcetic 

Tottenham vs. Liverpool betting odds, prediction

Liverpool have lost one of their past 21 meetings with Spurs — a 4-1 loss back in October 2017. Prior to that, their last defeat to Tottenham came in 2012 at the old White Hart Lane in which Gareth Bale scored at both ends of a 2-1 win for Spurs.

The form books contrast the odds: Tottenham have won five of their six home games in the Premier League this season, while Liverpool are seeking an away victory at the sixth attempt, having lost three times on the road.

Prediction: With those records in mind, a resolute 1-0 win for Tottenham against this patchy Liverpool side could be on the cards. The absence of Son, though, could be telling, robbing Spurs of their most important creative presence and top scorer besides Harry Kane.

(Sky Bet)
(Sports Interaction)
Tottenham Win9/411/53.103.25
Liverpool Win11/1023/202.112.10
Over 2.5 Goals4/662/1001.681.68

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