Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are set to play out a highly anticipated Premier League clash at White Hart Lane this afternoon, with both sides desperate for points.

The hosts have started with four points from a possible six and are on a roll after beating Crystal Palace in North London last weekend.

Liverpool meanwhile have had an inconsistent start to the campaign, winning 4-3 at Arsenal before going down 2-0 to newly promoted side Burnley last Saturday.

Spurs have revealed their starting XI for the game, with one change from the side that triumphed last week against Palace.

Vincent Janssen has dropped out of the side, with Dele Alli returning to the starting line-up in his place.

This will mean Harry Kane moving into his more natural number nine role after starting as a second striker in the side’s last game.

Michel Vorm continues to deputise for the injured Hugo Lloris, while Victor Wanyama gets the nod to play after a goalscoring performance last weekend.

Liverpool’s starting XI is loaded with attacking threat, with Jurgen Klopp clearly looking to take the game to his opponents.

Essential Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho has been passed fit to start after a hamstring strain, in what is a considerable boost to the visitors.

In defence, James Milner continues to get the nod at left-back in preference to Alberto Moreno, while Joel Matip will partner Dejan Lovren at centre-half.

Both sides will surely be keen to win three points in what looks like the game of the Premier League weekend.


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