Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool — Live report

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"They have definitely improved because they have had to".

But, neither teams will have the table on their mind when they come to the pitch.

Harry Kane has made a meteoric rise to stardom over the past couple years and he has now firmly established himself as one of the best in the division.

Jurgen Klopp's side are bidding for successive wins after the 7-0 thrashing of Maribor. Spurs faced a crucial Champions League match against Real Madrid Tuesday and eked out a draw against a world-class side.

Whilst Kane has scored two goals at Wembley for Spurs against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, he is still yet to score at Tottenham's temporary ground in the Premier League.

"We know we have to improve and we improved the last two games".

"It's important", he says, again leaning back.

"This game against Liverpool is very special because both teams have big players who can win games", Sanchez said. We're more mature as a team and I'm happy about that.

"Everyone is pushing up and trying to improve". I am really enjoying being here. They're style/pressing always seems to work against us and for whatever reason we never seem to play our usual game against them.

"The AUF reports that Barcelona's medical department proposes, in order to continue with the good evolution and rehabilitation of Luis Suarez's right knee".

"Until now, he has just been doing some individual training - running in straight lines - but from next week, he is going to train harder and start working with the ball".

"If we want to fight to win the title at the end of the season, it's so important to get the three points".

"Don't take some sentences, you must take in the days, the months, the circumstances we were writing the book in".

"I find it difficult to split the sides and expect it to be one for the neutrals at the home of football on Sunday".

"He is a fantastic boy and it always helps if you settle as a person very quickly", the Liverpool manager said. "It's very complex, no". That is our aim.

Tottenham are back in the capital seeking three Premier League points after a very positive 1-1 draw at the home of European Champions, Real Madrid.

Re-energised after a tough international break, Robertson could replace Moreno who has played successive full games-offering a fresh option to make full use of Wembley's wide, open spaces. "Different circumstances, different teams, different clubs... but it's not a five-year record or 10-year record". Take a punt on this and other Premier League fixtures by opening a account!