• What TV channel is showing Spurs v Liverpool? Team news, kick-off & live stream

    Published Thursday 28 January 2021 4:50pm

    4 min read

    Everything you need to know about the last Premier League midweek game live on BT Sport between Tottenham and Liverpool.

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By WherestheMatch Team

The final midweek Premier League comes to a conclusion with BT Sport showing live coverage of a match that was arguably billed seen as a title swinger at the start of the season.

Both now see themselves outside the top four following indifferent form in the league, although Spurs have a few games in hand of the teams above them and could leapfrog Liverpool and West Ham up to fourth spot with a victory.

The wheels well and truly came off for Liverpool following their 7-0 obliteration of Crystal Palace and have been winless in the last five fixtures.  Their shock defeat at home to Burnley last week ruined an unblemished record at Anfield and Jurgen Klopp will be expecting a bounce-back against Spurs.

Spurs have also lost the winning touch, drawing far too many in recent weeks and unfortunately living up to their all too often name of falling under the pressure when chasing silverware.

WherestheMatch.com has all info you need on the latest team news and how to watch Spurs v Liverpool on the TV in the UK and via live streams.

When is Spurs v Liverpool on the TV?

Spurs v Liverpool will take place on Thursday 28th January 2021.

What time does Spurs v Liverpool kick-off?

Tottenham v Liverpool will kick off at 8pm.

What TV channel is showing Spurs v Liverpool?

The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 7pm GMT.

Can I live stream the Spurs v Liverpool game online?

BT Sport can be watched via their BT Sport app (if you have BT Broadband). You can also now get BT Sport via a NOW TV pass via Sky.  BT Sport also offer a BT Sport Monthly Pass without needing a subscription.


Tottenham v Liverpool Team News

Spurs defender Ben Davies is a major doubt with a calf injury picked up at their FA Cup match at Wycombe - Matt Doherty may also miss out.

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has also ruled out Dele Alli due to a tendon injury as well as other unnamed injuries.

Reds' captain Jordan Henderson might return from a muscle strain injury that has seen him sidelined for the past two games.  Joel Matip may also be a welcome return for Liverpool.

Tottenham v Liverpool Match Facts & Head-to-Head

  • Liverpool have beaten Spurs in the last six meetings in all competitions, and have only lost once against them in the past 18 games.
  • They've never played each other on a Thursday in the Premier League.
  • Liverpool have yet to break their goal duck in 2021.
  • Mourinho has yet to lose against Liverpool when his team plays at home (W6 D2).

Tottenham v Liverpool - Our prediction

Both sides are desperate for a win so this should be a tasty encounter and should encourage free-flowing, attacking football.  Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min will be looking to click upfront for Spurs but are also looking for Gareth Bale to finally show what he is made of since his return.

Liverpool aren't short of creating chances, but their lack of simply putting the ball in the back of the net has been their biggest problem of late.  However, their trip to Man Utd (despite losing) saw Mohammad Salah break his goal drought which he will be hoping to carry on into this game.

There might be a temptation for Mourinho to "park the bus" if Liverpool go all out attack, but they need more than a point at this stage and will look to counter attack whenever possible.

Our score prediction - Tottenham 1-2 Liverpool

For a full breakdown of all the upcoming games this weekend, check our Football on TV guide.