Tottenham v Liverpool: Klopp to stay top with Wembley win

Tottenham v Liverpool: Klopp to stay top with Wembley win

Tottenham v Liverpool: Klopp to stay top with Wembley win

"The Champions League - if I was Liverpool, I would kick it into touch", Neville said. Salah, Firmino and Mane are on top form again, can Salah continue his goal record vs Tottenham, or will Mane or Firmino be the main man v Spurs?

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Liverpool FC are still aiming to win their first trophy since Jurgen Klopp's appointment at Anfield back in October 2015.

Given Cundy's history with Spurs, there can be no accusation of bias, says the 48-year-old.

Pochettino said: "Look, when in England the transfer window closed and in Europe closed I think we move on".

"If you want to win Premier League titles then you have to win these games, so Liverpool will be judged on this too. Not play Champions League?"

Some fans have been calling for the talented South American to be given his chance but Klopp pointed to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Andrew Robertson - who were both eased in to first team action when they joined Liverpool - as examples of other players that had to wait their turn.

"There is no doubt Liverpool are a better side now than when they lost 4-1 against Tottenham at Wembley in the opening phase of last season, but the big tests are coming now and we will see how far they have come".

Jürgen Klopp has responded to comments made by Gary Neville in which the Manchester United legend said Liverpool should ignore the Champions League and focus only on winning the Premier League.

"We will see, I don't know what it means, to focus on one competition can only be if you're almost out of a competition, late in the season. I'm not even going to put Arsenal there", he added. When a striker does not fill the net and does not score goals, always you need to find some reason why but I think he is fit.

I appreciate that all four of Tottenham's outings have had at least three goals, but this is a massive fixture - especially with the Champions League starting next week - and I have a feeling that the hosts will tighten up a bit.

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