This will be Liverpool’s fifth visit to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – they have never lost, winning three and drawing the other.
Have lost only one of the last 21 league encounters – the 4-1 defeat at Wembley in October 2017.
That is their only defeat in the last 10 visits.
Home and away they are unbeaten in the last 11 meetings, with eight wins and three draws.
Their win at Anfield last season set a new club record of 11 in a row without defeat in the competition against Spurs.
Are currently on a 19-game unbeaten run in all competitions since losing at Man City (4-1) on April 1, winning 14 and drawing five.
They have scored 48 goals during this sequence.
Since the 0-0 draw at White Hart Lane in October 2015 Liverpool have scored in 15 successive league meetings and in 21 of the last 22.
That goalless draw was Jurgen Klopp‘s 1st game in charge of Liverpool.
Liverpool are the only team not to concede a Premier League goal in the second half of any game this season.
In fact, they have not conceded a goal in any game after the 42nd minute.
A third of Liverpool’s goals this season (seven of 21) have been scored from the 76th minute onwards.
Son the dangerman
Heung-min Son has scored in four of the last six meetings with Liverpool and has five goals in 14 appearances against the Reds overall, which includes a goal in each of his last three visits.
Son has scored five goals this season – all coming in his last three outings and all away from home, including a hat-trick in the 5-2 win at Burnley earlier this month.
Salah is 14th on the list with 142 (140 with Liverpool).
Postecoglou’s a Red
Boyhood Liverpool fan Ange Postecoglou is currently unbeaten in 50 home league matches as a manager with 42 wins and 142 goals scored in that time with Yokohama F. Marinos, Celtic and Tottenham.
Postecoglou is the fourth manager in Premier League history to see his side score two or more goals in each of his first six games in the competition, following with Carlo Ancelotti (Chelsea), Pep Guardiola (Man City) and Leicester‘s Craig Shakespeare.
This evening’s referee
Simon Hooper was in charge of Liverpool’s recent win over Aston Villa.
He has issued eight yellow cards in three top-flight games this season.
This season’s scorers
Tottenham: Son 5, Kulusevski 2, Maddison 2, Richarlison 2, Romero 2, Royal 1, Sarr 1, own goals 1
Liverpool: Nunez 4, Salah 4, Diaz 3, Jota 3, Gakpo 2, Szoboszlai 2, own goals 2, Robertson 1
* Stats courtesy of LFC statistician Ged Rea (@ged0407).