Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur kick-off time, TV and live stream details

This may only be the 13th league fixture of the season, but it already feels like the result could have a major influence on this year’s title race.

Both sides remain tied on 25 points at the top of the table after both drew 1-1 at the weekend with Crystal Palace and Fulham respectively.

Spurs remain top thanks to their better goal difference; their league-best +14 is currently superior to Liverpool ’s +9, even though the champions are this season’s top scorers.

Defeat could leave one team fourth or even fifth in the table if Leicester and Southampton, who are just one and two points behind respectively, win their matches which kick-off earlier on Wednesday.

What time is Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur?

8pm is the kick-off time at Anfield on Wednesday night.

Two other matches will also be getting underway at the same time – Fulham vs Brighton and West Ham vs Crystal Palace.

Three matches are being played at 6pm, between Arsenal and Southampton, Leeds and Newcastle and Leicester and Everton.

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur TV channel and live stream

Every midweek game this week is being shown on Amazon Prime.

Fans who already have Prime subscriptions can stream the game, while anyone else will need to sign up.

You can watch it for free if you sign up for a 30-day trial and cancel again before the trial period is over.

Otherwise, you’ll have to wait for the highlights on Match of the Day.

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur odds

"Possession is for philosophers," Jose Mourinho memorably quipped after an attritional north London derby.

The result means everything to him – so of course he's going to park the bus at Anfield.

Just like he did at Stamford Bridge this season – 0-0 – and just like he did on his two visits to Anfield as Manchester United manager – both 0-0.

The 0-0 correct score is a huge 14/1 with thepools.com and has to be considered.

Spurs came through a tricky run of fixtures against Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal without conceding a goal and that will be the aim tonight.

Spurs' xG in that trip to Chelsea was a remarkable 0.19, with their second-half figure 0.0.

Yes, zero. They didn't even try to score. Which is why they boast the best defensive record in the division, conceding just 10 times this season.

Each of their last four league matches away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium have contained fewer than three goals, while four of those games have seen under two goals scored.

Under 2.5 goals is a big looking 6/5 .

Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.

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