Our football match prediction:
Thanks to Wanyama’s late goal Tottenham recorded their first win of the season at the weekend, with the team beating fellow capital club Crystal Palace at their White Hart Lane. The Spurs turned their dominance into goals and they will be looking to build on the triumph when they square off against Liverpool in Saturday’s football match. The Reds impressed in their opener against Arsenal (4-3), but they suffered a shocking loss to Burnley at the weekend. Jurgen Klopp’s men are desperate to bounce back from the defeat and they are widely expected to adopt an attack-minded approach against Tottenham. Taking everything into account, there is every chance both teams will find the net in Saturday’s derby at White Hart Lane. In their last meeting in the Premier League the two teams played out a 1-1 draw and, taking everything into account, we predict that fans will see goals galore in London.
Highlighted Player (Ben Davies):
After graduating from the Swansea City academy, Ben Davies was surprisingly given a chance to shine as Neil Taylor suffered a difficult injured, and he grabbed it with both hands to become a starter in his first ever Premier League season. The Welsh left-back, who is also capable of operating in the heart of defence, continued with impressive performances in the elite division and one more strong season saw Tottenham Hotspur express their interest in his services and eventually secured his signature. Davies has since been vying England international Danny Rose for a starting position and even though he has been playing second fiddle of late, the defender is seen as a great prospect for the future. After initially playing at left-back in the Wales national team, Davies was moved to left centre-back position as Chris Coleman switched to 5-4-1 formation, and he has impressed playing alongside captain Ashley Williams and James Chester as the Dragons clinched qualification to the Euro 2016 finals.
Highlighted Team (Liverpool):
Founded back in 1892, Liverpool are one of England’s and world’s most famous clubs. The Reds hold a high-profile rivalry with Everton and there have always been fireworks when the two teams take on each other in the Merseyside derby. The Reds welcome their opponents at Anfield and it has to be noted that they have already won 18 first division trophies. Liverpool were on the verge of lifting the 2014/2015 Premier League trophy, but Steven Gerrard slipped in the decider against Chelsea and left the Reds without a title. Liverpool won their last Champions League trophy in 2005, with the team coming from three goals behind to beat Milan in a historic clash in Istanbul. The Reds have clinched five European Cups and it is no surprise they are regarded as one of the greatest European clubs. The likes of Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler, Paul Ince, Ian Rush, Graeme Souness, Sami Hyypia and Luis Suarez are some of the most notable footballers to have represented the club over the years. The club’s anthem is You’ll Never Walk Alone and their shirt colour is red.