Buoyed by their biggest-ever European away win at Maribor on Tuesday night, the Reds take to Wembley Stadium to take on one of their top-four rivals.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs secured an impressive 1-1 draw away to Real Madrid in the Champions League in midweek, and have won five, drawn two and lost one of their eight league games so far.
Their trip to the Santiago Bernabeu was certainly gruelling, however, with the possibility that they may head into the weekend with a disadvantage.
Can Liverpool take their chance and close the gap between them and Spurs to one point?
Check This Is Anfield for the team news ahead of the Reds’ latest clash.
The match kicks off at 4pm (BST)—that’s 11am in New York, 8am in Los Angeles, 2am (Monday) in Sydney, 6pm in Nairobi and 7pm in Dubai.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ Premier League clash on the following channels worldwide:
beIN SPORTS CONNECT Arabia, SFR Sport 1, SuperSport 3 Africa, Flow Sports App, Optus Sport, DAZN Europe, Star Sports Select HD1, Play Sports 2, Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique, Watch ESPN Brasil, beIN Sports 1 Thailand, beIN Sports Connect Thailand, Diema Sport 2, Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet West, Sportsnet East, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet World Now, Tianjin Sports Channel, Ssports Live, Guangdong Sports Channel, QQ Sports Live, PPTV Sport China, BesTV, SKY Planeta Futbol, Sky HD, 6’eren, Viaplay Denmark, Eurosport Player Denmark, Viaplay Finland, Viasat Football HD, Viasat Sport Premium, Cosmote Sport 1 HD, LeTV Sports Hong Kong, Now 621, 620 PLTV, Hotstar, beIN Sports 1 Indonesia, Sky Sport 3 HD Italia, SportsNavi Live, J Sports 4, DAZN Japan, SBS ESPN Korea, Ssports Live, SPS HD, Ziggo Sport Select, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, TV2 Sport Premium, TV2 Sumo, beIN Sports 1, 102 (HD) mio Stadium, SportKlub 1 Slovenia, SuperSport Maximo, Movistar TV Futbol, Movistar+, Viaplay Sweden, Futbol 2
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the afternoon.