The Reds host Spurs in the league on Sunday afternoon, in their first meeting since the Champions League final in June.
That night in Madrid saw Liverpool comfortable victors, with a 2-0 win courtesy of goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi clinching a sixth European Cup, and Jurgen Klopp‘s first trophy at the club.
Anfield will be the background for a much different clash, however, as Klopp’s side look to keep up their stunning early season form and maintain the gap at the top of the table, while Tottenham aim to revive their fortunes.
Since the Premier League‘s inception ahead of the 1992/93 season, 13 players have made appearances for both clubs, including some big names.
These include long-serving midfielders, surprise loanees and some underrated talents, with seven switching directly between the two sides—and one back again.
Kevin Stewart doesn’t count, having left Spurs as an academy player; Ray Clemence’s time came long before Sky’s influence dominated English football; and Paul Stewart’s Spurs tenure ended before the Premier League began.
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* Statistics via LFCHistory.net.