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Ian Wright makes confident prediction for the winner of Spurs vs Liverpool

Ian Wright believes that Liverpool will emerge with all three points from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday.

Tottenham’s first significant test of the year was the North London Derby, and Ange Postecoglou’s team passed it with flying colors.

They adhered to their game plan of attacking from the back, outpossessed the home team in terms of possession, and left the Emirates with a well-earned 2-2 draw.

The Lilywhites’ situation does not improve this Saturday as they face another unbeaten team in Liverpool.

With 15 goals scored and only five goals allowed thus far, the Reds are just one point behind Manchester City in second place on the table.

Could Tottenham’s curse against Liverpool continue?

Wright thinks Jurgen Klopp’s team will hand Spurs their first loss of the year and keep the pressure on Manchester City because of their recent success at Tottenham’s home stadium.

On The Overlap YouTube channel’s Stick to Football broadcast, the legendary Arsenal player stated: “Someone is winning that, I’m telling you. I predict Liverpool to win this match.

Given our strong start to the season, Spurs supporters should consider this match as a free hit, similar to the match at the Emirates. Despite that, there is no question that we have what it takes to win this game and cause injury to Liverpool.


Juventus can sign forgotten Tottenham midfielder on one condition

Pierre-Emile Hjbjerg, who is wanted by Juventus, is apparently prepared to leave Tottenham in January because of a lack of playing time. However, the Bianconeri cannot afford a permanent deal unless they make a significant profit from a sale.

According to The recent contact between Hjbjerg’s agents and various European teams is a result of their client’s difficulty getting playing time under new coach Ange Postecoglou.

The Bianconeri may require a long-term replacement for Paul Pogba, who is now suspended after failing a drug test, therefore Hjbjerg has been linked with a move to Juventus.

Juventus cannot pay Tottenham’s €30 million asking price for their midfielder without offloading one of their players for a sizable sum. If this doesn’t occur, a financing agreement would be their sole option for acquiring Hjbjerg in January.

Hjbjerg, 28, has started no Premier League games thus far and has only appeared in 169 minutes of action for North London this year.


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