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Tottenham Hotspur could receive injury boast ahead Liverpool clash

Tottenham Hotspur play Liverpool on Sunday at Anfield. The two Premier League sides will clash in the day’s late fixture. Tottenham are desperate to turn around their current form. Manager Mauricio Pochettino’s side is winless in their last four league matches with three of those games ending in losses.

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Liverpool will also be in desperate need of a win. Manchester City play over 24 hours prior to Liverpool and could go top of the table with a win over Fulham.

Tottenham could receive an injury boast for their trip to Anfield. Here is the latest on the team’s injury issues.

Tottenham Hotspur injuries – Who could be available?

Eric Dier is expected to be ready for Tottenham’s trip to Anfield. The defensive midfielder suffered a leg injury in England’s 5-0 win over the Czech Republic. Dier could be used off the bench if he isn’t 100 percent fit.

Harry Winks could also return to Tottenham’s team. Spurs have been missing midfielder Winks for the last three weeks. Pochettino could get the midfielder back in time for Sunday’s game against Liverpool.

However, Winks’ hip injury could see him miss out once more as Tottenham prepare to face Manchester City in the Champions League.

Tottenham Hotspur injuries – Who is out?

Full-back Serge Aurier suffered an injury in the Ivory Coast’s win over Rwanda. Aurier isn’t expected to play against the Reds due to a hamstring injury.

Aurier is expected to miss several weeks due to the issue and will most likely miss Tottenham’s Champions League quarterfinal tie with Manchester City.

Tottenham Hotspur – Form against Liverpool

Tottenham have beaten Liverpool twice in their last 14 games in all competitions. Neither of those wins came at Anfield. Liverpool have won eight times during those 14 games.

The Reds defeated Tottenham 2-1 in their previous meeting this season at Wembley. The scoreline flattered Tottenham as their goal came in the 90th-minute courtesy of Erik Lamela.

Liverpool’s goals came from Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino on either side of halftime.