Monday, 6 February 2012

Anfield, Big Challenges For Tottenham

In the first meeting of both clubs in this season, Tottenham Hotspur won 4-0 over Liverpool. But to face the Reds at Anfield is a major challenge for the Spurs. The Lilywhites beat Liverpool with a score of striking it at White Hart Lane on 18 September, in the fourth week of the season. Luka Modric opened the scoring, Jermain Defoe contributed one goal, two goals from Emmanuel Adebayor pan on his debut for Spurs home game.

Liverpool ended the match with nine men after Charlie Adam was red carded in the 28th minute and Martin Skertel was sent off in the middle of the second half. "I'm sure they'll make the improvements that have occurred from early in the season. We were on fire, playing very well, and it is difficult for Liverpool wait on us," recalls Spurs midfielder, Scott Parker.

Liverpool are currently in a positive trend. In the last 10 days they made sure to qualify for the Carling Cup final with Manchester City away, then threw Manchester United in the FA Cup, and last Saturday's 4-0 win over Wolverhampton in the league. Another note, Liverpool is still the only team this season is not lost when playing at home alone, both in the league and two domestic cup.

"There will always be a big game at Anfield They achieved some remarkable results, and it will be hard (for us)," said Parker, quoted from the official website of Tottenham. "They have quality in all lines, all in good form. So we know, this game will be difficult. We will prepare ourselves properly. We'll be ready."

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