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After that, they play the likes of Napoli, Chelsea twice, PSG and Manchester City within a span of 20-21 days.

"So playing in the Premier League can be hard, but I am very motivated to play here, not just for myself and my team-mates, but for the club".

"We know Harry Kane very well and have worked with him for more than four years and we know it's not a situation that worries us".

"Well, would we rather get silverware and win the League Cup and finish 25 points behind City or finish second behind City by three points and not win silverware", Barnes said to the Daily Star.

Of the top scorers in the competition past year, only Liverpool's forward line of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino matched Kane in terms of percentage of shots on target as the former Norwich loanee struck in vital games against Dortmund and Juventus during Spurs' impressive run.

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"The World Cup takes a little bit of the legs out of some of your players but they'll start to come into consideration and give us more on the day". That's the most important goal now.

Liverpool spent big over the summer, splashing out upwards of £175m to bolster their ranks.

I expect both teams to score as they usually do in this fixture, but I'll have to edge towards Liverpool to win it. Betfair will be offering an industry best 7/2 on Liverpool/BTTS from Thursday evening.

Of course, you accept it because that's modern football, you just need to try and focus on the game but these games can often be slow starting and low on quality, because the players aren't fully rested and concentrated.

Pochettino described the 2-1 defeat at Watford as a "massive wake-up call" and said his side would have to be at their very best to have a chance of emulating last year's result against Juergen Klopp's Reds.

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