Liverpool v Tottenham: Top-two clash to be tense and tight
Liverpool and Tottenham are locked together at the top of the Premier League, and Kevin Hatchard doesn't reckon we'll see many goals at Anfield.
Klopp and co tiptoeing through the hazards
Mourinho won't be fazed by Anfield visit
Anfield record must be respected
Pragmatic Mourinho will look to lock things down
Spurs drew 0-0 at Chelsea and beat Manchester City and Arsenal 2-0. Mourinho tends to revert to type in these big games, looking to contain. It's also worth looking at Tottenham's general pattern in the PL - eight of their 11 top-flight matches have featured fewer than three goals, including the last five.