Tottenham vs Liverpool

Tottenham vs Liverpool: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team

LIVERPOOL will look to extend their 37-game unbeaten record in the Premier League with one eye seemingly already on the title.

The Reds will welcome their next challengers in Tottenham, having won 19 of their 20 matches so far this season.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are seemingly unbeatable at the moment, as they go in search of beating Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten run in the Premier League

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Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are seemingly unbeatable at the moment, as they go in search of beating Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten run in the Premier LeagueCredit: AFP or licensors

Spurs have stumbled over the festive period as they look to maintain their bid to reach the top four.

Jose Mourinho’s side lost to Southampton last time out in the league, a fourth defeat since the Portuguese coach took over in November.
What time does Tottenham vs Liverpool kick off?

This Premier League encounter will take place on Saturday, January 11.

It will kick off at 5.30pm.

The match will be held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

Tottenham vs Liverpool will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage underway from 5pm.

Sky Sports customers can live stream this match via the app on their computer, tablet and mobile devices.

Alternatively, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
What is the team news?

Tottenham remain without Hugo Lloris, as Paulo Gazzaniga continues to deputise.

Harry Kane is also out, along with Tanguy Ndombele and Ben Davies.

There could be a second left-back out for Spurs with Danny Rose a doubt with a muscle injury.

But Mourinho will have Son Heung-min back in the Premier League after serving his suspension.

Meanwhile, Liverpool will be hoping Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri pass fit to face Tottenham.

But they have a growing list of absentees, with James Milner joining Naby Keita and Joel Matip on the sidelines.

Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne are also unavailable.

Stat attack!

Liverpool have lost just once in 16 matches to Tottenham – a 4-1 defeat in October 2017
Tottenham are currently 28 points behind Liverpool, two more than their difference at the end of last season
If there is to be a glimmer of hope for Spurs, Jose Mourinho has won lost just seven of his 28 matches against Liverpool, which includes 12 wins

What are the odds?

Liverpool are easy favourites to win at 7/10 on, compared to Tottenham’s 7/2 odds for victory on home turf, according to Ladbrokes.

Yet, the clash will see Son return and could earn punters a pretty penny at 14/1 to score more than once.

But Mohamed Salah will want to terrorise a suspect Spurs defence and is 50/1 to net his first league hat-trick of the season.

Man Utd vs Norwich

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Chelsea vs Burnley

Chelsea vs Burnley live commentary as Blues look to boost top four The Premier League returns to Stamford Bridge this weekend as Frank Lampard’s Blues host a Burnley side without a win since December 21.Chelsea come into this game during a patch of inconsistency, having picked up two wins and two losses in their last five games.Chelsea have been inconsistent recently under Frank LampardAFP or licensorsChelsea have been inconsistent recently under Frank Lampard

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Where: Stamford Bridge
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The two victories came against Arsenal and Tottenham, the latter managed by two-time Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho, while the losses came against Southampton and Bournemouth.Sean Dyche’s Clarets have lost their last three games including a poor performance against relegation candidates Aston Villa in their most recent outing.

talkSPORT’s GameDay special will bring you all the action from this clash and here’s how you can tune in to it all.Chelsea vs Burnley: How to listenThe Premier League clash will get under way at 3pm on Saturday, January 11.Full commentary from Stamford Bridge will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our coverage starting at 2pm.

We will bring you all the build-up and then live and exclusive commentary.To tune in, just click here for the live stream or click the radio player below.You can also listen through the talkSPORT App, on DAB Digital Radio or on MW 1053 or 1089.For more information about how to listen LIVE on talkSPORT click here.Chelsea vs Burnley: Head-to-head

Chelsea have picked up all three points in four of the last three league meetings between the clubs, scoring 12 goals and conceding five.While Burnley are without a win in this fixture since the opening day of the 2017/18 season where Dyche’s side walked away from Stamford Bridge with all three points after a 3-2 win.

Chelsea won this fixture 4-2 back in October with a hattrick from Christian Pulisic before Willian made it 4-0 with less than an hour played.Burnley managed to grab a couple of consolation goals through Jay Rodriguez and Dwight McNeil, but Lampard’s side were too much for the clarets on the day.Chelsea vs Burnley: Team news

Lampard reported after Chelsea’s FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest that Pulisic had picked up an injury the day before the cup tie, while Alonso almost missed the game due to an ongoing muscle injury.Ruben Loftus-Cheek has returned to grass training as he continues his recovery from a long-term Achilles injury but this weekend’s game against Burnley comes too soon for the 23-year-old.

Chris Wood and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are both doubtful for the visitors with hamstring injuries.Ben Gibson, Aaron Lennon and Ashley Barnes are all reportedly facing late fitness tests although Jack Cork, a former Chelsea academy midfielder, is in line to start.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Preview: Probable Lineups, Prediction… Keshav AwastyArsenal will be hoping to continue building a winning momentum when they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday.Team news and live commentary as Arsenal look to leapfrog Crystal Palace Arsenal have begun winning games again and will hope to continue that trend against a Crystal Palace side hampered by significant

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Referee Paul Tierney
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The games continue to come thick and fast across England, as the busy winter shows no signs of slowing down. The second match-up in Gameweek 22 will be Saturday’s lunch-time kick-off, a London derby which sees Crystal Palace play hosts to Arsenal at Selhurst Park.

After a strong start to the season, Crystal Palace have tailed off a bit during the festive period. The Eagles have managed to win just one of their last seven fixtures across all competitions, although most of the winless results have been draws. Roy Hodgson’s men, though, come into the game on the back of a disappointing 1-0 defeat Derby County, which sent them packing from the FA Cup.

Arsenal, on the other hand, are finally starting to show some promise in a season during which inconsistency has been like second nature for them. The Gunners failed to win their first two games under the tutelage of Mikel Arteta, but have been victorious in each of their matches in 2020. The latest success came in the FA Cup, as they narrowly beat Leeds United to progress to the 4th round.

The reverse fixture, played back in October, ended in a 2-2 draw, a game that is infamous for Granit Xhaka’s outburst towards the fans, which ultimately saw him being stripped of Arsenal’s club captaincy. Ahead of the latest meeting between the two sides, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter.Team News & Tactics Crystal Palace

Roy Hodgson has a spate of injury concerns hampering his preparations ahead of the visit of Arsenal. On Saturday, the Crystal Palace manager could be without as many as nine first-team players due to fitness troubles, with his woes being compounded by Luka Milivojevic’s suspension.

The Crystal Palace captain saw red as the Eagles were eliminated from the FA Cup at the hands of Derby County. Apart from Milivojevic, the major absentees for the hosts are Patrick van Aanholt, Joel Ward, Jeffrey Schlupp and Andros Townsend, while Maximilian Meyer is a major doubt due to a knock he sustained in the cup tie.

The good news, though, is that Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke could be fit enough to feature. Zaha could, in fact, make a direct return to the starting lineup while Benteke could make the bench, which will be a huge boost in itself, considering Hodgson is down to his bare bones in just about every department.

If Meyer is deemed fit to start, he will likely start at the right side of the Crystal Palace midfield. If not, Jordan Ayew could be deployed on the flank, with Connor Wickham leading the line against Arsenal. Zaha, meanwhile, will likely start on the left wing, in what will be a five-man midfield.

In Milivojevic’s absence, Cheikhou Kouyate will be named as the holding midfielder, charged with stifling Arsenal during their build-up play. Kouyate will be supported by James McArthur and James McCarthy, with the duo also tasked with relaying the ball out to Zaha or Ayew.

At the back, Martin Kelly, James Tomkins, Gary Cahill and Jairo Riedewald pick themselves in the four-man defensive line, with Hodgson having no other recognised defenders at his disposal. The makeshift state of defence means Vicente Guaita will have even more responsibility on his shoulders.Probable Lineup (4-5-1): Guaita; Kelly, Tomkins, Cahill, Riedeweld; Ayew, McCarthy, Kouyate, McArthur, Zaha; WickhamCrystal PalaceArsenal

Unlike Roy Hodgson, Mikel Arteta will have a much more relaxed frame of mind, at least as far as the team news is concerned. Against Crystal Palace on Saturday, he Arsenal boss has just two first-team players on the treatment tables, namely Kieran Tierney (shoulder) and Calum Chambers (knee), with the latter being a long-term absentee.

Hector Bellerin has resumed light training after recovering from his hamstring injury, but the game against Crystal Palace will have come too soon for the Spaniard. In his absence, Ainsley Maitland-Niles will continue to line up as the makeshift right-back. On the opposite flank, Sead Kolasinac is a certain starter, seeing as Tierney is still on the sidelines.

At the heart of the Arsenal defence, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and David Luiz will partner up once again, hoping to keep a third consecutive clean sheet. Rob Holding will drop down to the bench, with the formation being reverted to a 4-2-3-1. In goal, there is no looking past Bernd Leno.

Up ahead in midfield, Granit Xhaka will have Lucas Torreira for company in the double pivot, while Mesut Ozil will be given a free role in a more advanced position from where the German playmaker will look to pull the strings.Nicolas Pepe has made an electric start to 2020 and is finally starting to show signs that he might be getting settled in at Arsenal. The Ivorian will start on the right side of the attack, with Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang lining up on the left flank. Alexandre Lacazette will spearhead the attack against Crystal Palace.