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Premier League - Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool

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Tottenham's Harry Kane, second from left, celebrates after scoring his side's fourth goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Tottenham's teammates celebrate after scoring their side's fourth goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Nacho Monreal celebrates scoring their first goal REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey celebrates scoring their fourth goal REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring their second goal with teammates REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring their second goal REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac in action with Everton's Nikola Vlasic REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez scores their fifth goal REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring their fifth goal REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Arsenal's Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring their second goal with teammates REUTERS/Phil Noble

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2017 Everton's Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring their first goal with Nikola Vlasic Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith

Premier League - Everton vs Arsenal

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Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

Tottenham vs Liverpool: live score updates

  5:24PM 66 min Incredible from Kane again, as he flies past a couple of Liverpool defenders and gets a shot away that's heading for the corner before Gomez gets the block in. Poch isn't going to take him off again with a hat-trick in sight is he?  5:22PM 64 min Incidentally, the game's attendance is 80,827 - a Premier League record.  5:21PM 63 min Eriksen blazes an effort high and wide after Trippier's corner had landed at him at the edge of the box.  5:18PM 61 min But by the same token, Kane and Spurs are just brilliant. They've been relentless again today, just four days after that brilliant draw at the Bernabeu.  5:17PM 58 min It really is amazing how bad Liverpool are at the back. What was Mignolet doing there?! He got nowhere near to making a proper connection.  5:15PM GOAL! Tottenham 4 Liverpool 1 (Kane 56') My word, Liverpool are just so inept defensively it's staggering. Trippier's free-kick from the right is flapped at by Mignolet, and after Vertonghen's shot is blocked there's Kane to poke home his second of the game.  Spurs 4 - 1 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 56 min) 5:11PM 54 min Oxlade-Chamberlain again does well down the left to fly past Trippier and stand up a back-post cross. Salah can't get on the end of it though and another chance goes begging for Liverpool.  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 5:09PM 51 min Kane heads Eriksen's corner wide, as Tottenham look to put the game beyond any doubt.  5:06PM 48 min Good Liverpool pressure early on as first Oxlade-Chamberlain and then Moreno fire in dangerous crosses from the left. Tottenham's defenders though are equal to both.  5:04PM 46 min We're back under way at Wembley. No changes for either side at the break.  4:57PM First-half summary That really was a crazy 45 minutes. Spurs created so many chances - helped in part by Liverpool's wretched defending - but were only 2-1 up heading into the interval after Salah pulled one back for Liverpool. Alli though capitalised on more poor defending right at the end of the half to restore Spurs' two-goal cushion.  Klopp will be raging at conceding the third goal, because Liverpool were looking dangerous at 2-1 and an equaliser would not have come as a big surprise.  As it is, they have it all to do in the second half.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:50PM Half-time A brilliant and breathless half comes to an end.  4:49PM GOAL! Tottenham 3 Liverpool 1 (Alli 45+3') Massive goal for Tottenham! Matip's headed clearance from Eriksen's free-kick lands perfectly for Alli, who volleys home from around the penalty spot. Not a brilliant connection, but it lands right in the corner beyond Mignolet.  Spurs 3 - 1 Liverpool (Dele Alli, 45 + 3 min) 4:47PM 45+2 min Can is the first player to go into the book, for a cynical trip on Alli as the Spurs midfielder broke clear.  4:45PM 45 min Two minutes of added-on time at the end of the first half.  4:44PM 44 min Tottenham close to getting in behind Liverpool again, but Moreno does very well and gets across to block Eriksen's pass. Just before, Lloris came flying out of his goal and headed the ball away.  Real end to end stuff at Wembley.  4:40PM 41 min Klopp punches the air after a big Milner tackle. Great to see.  4:39PM 39 min Firmino again is close to a headed chance, but Tripper just gets there first to clear Milner's deep cross.  4:37PM 37 min Kane wriggles away from Matip and works a yard for a shot, but he drags it wide of Mignolet's near post.  4:37PM 36 min Really well-worked move involving Coutinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Moreno ends with a cross by the Spaniard that is just too high for Firmino. Liverpool posing a real threat now.  Spurs vs Liverpool shots on goal 4:33PM 33 min Salah gets away from a feeble Aurier challenge down the Liverpool right, but his low cross is claimed by Lloris.  4:32PM 31 min What a first half-hour this has been! Spurs could be out of sight, as Lovren is replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain. The centre-back doesn't look injured so you can only assume that's a tactical switch. Big call from Klopp.  It looks as though Gomez will move from full-back to central defence, Can will go to right-back and Oxlade-Chamberlain will come on in central midfield.  4:30PM 29 min Another huge chance for Son, whose toe-poked effort is blocked by Mignolet's feet after the striker had easily evaded Lovren with a run off the shoulder. Not enough conviction in that effort by Son.   4:28PM 28 min Big change to the complexion of the game since that goal, and Salah has half a chance to equalise with a back-pose header from Coutinho's whipped cross. It was a very tough angle to be fair - similar to the one Salah scored against Leicester a few weeks ago, but even trickier.  4:25PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 1 (Salah 24') Out of nowhere, Liverpool are right back in it! Kane is hounded out of possession around the half-way line, and Henderson's pass deflects perfectly into Salah's path. Lloris questionably decides to stay on his line, and Salah scuffs an effort in off the post with his weaker right-foot. That shot was the opposite of those ones in the 'he's almost hit it too well' category.  Spurs 2 - 1 Liverpool (Mohamed Salah, 24 min) 4:23PM 23 min Those early goals mean Spurs can sit back and try and spring Liverpool on the counter. It would really be no surprise if they sucker-punched them again before half-time, especially with Lovren in this kind of generous mood.  Son Heung-min makes it 2-0 to Tottenham 4:21PM 21 min A shot for Liverpool at last, but Emre Can's effort is high and wide. It's a shot that is very much in the 'wheeeeeey' category.  4:19PM 19 min This is just so good to watch from Spurs, who are being allowed to play champagne football by Liverpool's inept defenders. Kane flicks a wonderful pass to Son, and a two on two develops before Son's return pass is blocked by Matip.  Liverpool are on the rack here, and Spurs could be out of sight if they don't stabilise defensively.  4:17PM 17 min So nearly 3-0, as Liverpool are cut to ribbons again. Trippier plays a quick free-kick to Eriksen, who picks out Son with a perfect clipped through ball. Son takes it beautifully but smashes his shot onto the crossbar. What a goal that would have been. Tottenham are so on it today, and Liverpool look shell-shocked.  Post: Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 16 min) 4:14PM 15 min Gary Neville is absolutely slating Lovren and the Liverpool defence - "They'll always let you down", he says (presumably with a shake of his head).  4:13PM GOAL! Tottenham 2 Liverpool 0 (Son 12') Lovren has a shocker again, as he charges to meet Lloris long throw out but completely misses it. Kane heads towards goal and rolls the ball across to Son, who slides his shot beyond Mignolet first time with his left foot from about 12 yards out. Dear, dear that was Sunday League level defending from Lovren.  Spurs 2 - 0 Liverpool (Son Heung-Min, 12 min) 4:10PM 11 min What a turn that is by Winks, as he slips past a couple of Liverpool midfielders before trying to send Kane clear. The pass is over-hit, but so encouraging watching how positive Winks is when he gets on the ball.  4:09PM 9 min Lots of hustle and bustle since the goal, but no chances for either side.  4:08PM 7 min That goal came from a Tottenham throw-in, and there looked to be absolutely no danger. Liverpool though have an amazing ability to turn a nothing situation into a clear goal-scoring opportunity. All Trippier was really trying to do with his pass was turn the Liverpool back four, and Kane could barely believe his luck as he strolled through unopposed. The finish was a fairly simple one in the end, but Kane still managed to make it absolutely perfect and comfortably beyond the covering defenders.    4:05PM GOAL! Tottenham 1 Liverpool 0 (Kane 4') Oh dear, calamitous defending from Liverpool, as Kane is played onside by Lovren from Trippier's chip forward and the striker nips in front of Mignolet and shoots home left-footed. Why on earth was Lovern trying to play offside there?  Spurs 1 - 0 Liverpool (Harry Kane, 4 min) 4:03PM 3 min Firmino and Salah combine well down the Liverpool right, but Aurier gets across well to make the tackle.  4:01PM 2 min It looks like Tottenham may actually be starting in a 3-5-2 rather than a 3-4-2-1, with Son partnering Kane up front. And Trippier must have shotgunned the right wing-back position because it's Aurier who's starting on the left of the back five.  4:00PM Kick-off We're under way at Wembley.  3:57PM Teams are out Tottenham can go level on points with Manchester United in second place should they win, while Liverpool will match Chelsea and Arsenal's tally of 16 points if they claim the three points.  3:49PM Wonder Winks Spurs are really going for this again and putting a lot of faith in young Harry Winks, who was so impressive midweek against Real Madrid. Winks is paired in central midfield with Christian Eriksen in what is an attacking line-up that includes Son Heung-min and Dele Alli behind Harry Kane.  For Liverpool, it'll be interesting to see how the recalled James Milner gets on. He's found Premier League starts hard to come by but gets the nod in central midfield today after an excellent display against Maribor on Tuesday night.  3:32PM Preamble Hi everyone, So on we move to the second part of today's north London v Merseyside double header, as high-flying Tottenham welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium.  Both teams are fresh from successful European jaunts, with Spurs buoyed by their very impressive 1-1 draw at Real Madrid, and Liverpool heading to London on the back of a 7-0 win against Maribor.  In the Premier League, Tottenham have enjoyed a much more steady start to the season, and can go joint with second-placed Manchester United with a win today.  Liverpool are down in eighth after a frustrating few weeks that has seen them win just one league game in five. A victory today though would take Jurgen Klopp's side to within just a point of Tottenham, who haven't beaten Liverpool in the league in their last nine meetings.  One thing we can expect for sure today is a huge amount of relentless running and energy from both sides. Mauricio Pochettino and Klopp set their sides up to press high up the pitch, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in that regard, or whether - as happened in the equivalent fixture last season - they end up cancelling each other out.  You would expect Liverpool to be the fresher of the two teams after their cakewalk in Slovenia, but Tottenham have an amazing capacity for regeneration under Poch.  My prediction for what it's worth is a 1-1 draw.  3:25PM Our new columnist on Harry Kane Our latest recruit, Jamie Carragher, wrote in his latest column that Harry Kane has not yet reached a 'world class' level. See if you agree with him after reading what he said here. 3:12PM The teams are in It looks like Kieran Tripper will start at left wing-back for Spurs, who have two ready-made replacements in Ben Davies AND Danny Rose on the bench. Spurs return to the 3-4-2-1 formation they tend to go with after playing with two up front at Real Madrid in midweek. Fernando Llorente drops to the bench. #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Aurier, Winks, Dele, Eriksen, Son, Kane. #COYSpic.twitter.com/1s5jLprkYe— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 22, 2017 Liverpool, meanwhile, hand a start to James Milner in midfield. Otherwise it's a familiar looking team. Here's how #LFC line up v @SpursOfficial today... pic.twitter.com/p5x1k4wGot— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 22, 2017 3:08PM Preview What is it? It's the final clash of the Premier League weekend and, on paper at least, a big one at that: Tottenham vs Liverpool at Wembley. When is it? Sunday October 22 - ie today. What time is kick-off? It's a 4pm kick-off. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD. Alternatively, you can follow all the action right here with Charlie Eccleshare. What does the PL table look like?  What is the team news? Tottenham: Danny Rose could make his first Premier League appearance in almost nine months when Tottenham host Liverpool on Sunday. Rose has been out with a knee injury and is unlikely to start at Wembley but could be named among the substitutes. Ben Davies has recovered from illness and Dele Alli is back after serving a Champions League suspension. Mousa Dembele (hip) and Victor Wanyama (knee) are both out, however, while the game will also come too soon for Erik Lamela, who is close to overcoming an injury to his hips. Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Gazzaniga, Rose, Davies, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Foyth, Trippier, Aurier, Dier, Sissoko, Georgiou, Oakley-Boothe, Alli, Eriksen, Son, Llorente, Kane. Pick your Tottenham team to play Liverpool Liverpool: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is set for a recall for Sunday's trip to Tottenham. The midfielder was rested for the 7-0 Champions League victory over Maribor but will return at Wembley, meaning that James Milner could well miss out despite his impressive midweek performance. Simon Mignolet will return in goal and Joe Gomez could come into defence as Jurgen Klopp continues to rotate his young full-backs. Provisional squad: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Matip, Moreno, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Coutinho, Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Robertson, Milner, Grujic, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sturridge, Solanke. Pick your Liverpool team to play Tottenham What are they saying? Mauricio Pochettino "A 1-1 draw?" the Argentine said in response to the question at Tottenham's training complex on Friday, ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool. "It proved we can compete with the top clubs," he said. "Which was the plan when we started three years ago." Jurgen Klopp "The difference is that Harry is much more a part of the game when he is not scoring - but I am pretty sure Lukaku can make these steps too. "We avoided the balls to Lukaku and that must be a key for Harry as well but if we are too concentrated on one player then Dele Alli is everywhere or Eriksen shoots from everywhere with decisive passes. "It is a good team so you cannot be concentrated on one player. "It will be a big challenge for them in the next few years because Harry is not only one of the best strikers in Europe, he is one of the best strikers in the world, 100 per cent." What are the odds? Tottenham to win 5/4 Draw 45/17 Liverpool to win 32/13 What's our prediction? Spurs will be hoping to capitalise on momentum from the impressive Champions League draw away to Real Madrid – and for Mauricio Pochettino to finally beat Jurgen Klopp. Liverpool are on a run of one win in five in the league and cannot afford a slip. Jason Burt's prediction - 2-2

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Tottenham's Harry Kane, second from left, scores his side's fourth goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Tottenham's Harry Kane, second from left, scores his side's fourth goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in London, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)