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Spurs v Liverpool

Champions League Final

By DAVE ANDERSON, 01/06/2019.

The culmination of the Champions League takes place at the Estadio Metropolitano in Madrid on Saturday night when Spurs take on fellow Premier League side Liverpool in the Final.

The Semi-Finals were some of the most exciting games ever seen in the competition and so it's no surprise that British Bookmakers are predicting that the 2019 Champions League Final will be one of the most bet on football matches since the World Cup Final last year.

In preparation, we've listed bookmakers best odds for Spurs v Liverpool, a Champions League Final preview, and the signup offers and free bets to claim if you're betting on the match.

Champions League Final: Best Odds

Check out the best odds that bookmakers offer for a Spurs win (H), a win for Liverpool (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.

Saturday 1st June

NB: Champions League Final odds correct at 08:12 on 01/06/2019 and are subject to change.

Champions League Final: Offers

As well as online bookmakers best odds, we've also listed the best signup offers and free bets to claim and use on Saturday's Champions League Final between Liverpool and Spurs.

Spurs v Liverpool is set to be shown live on BT Sport at 8pm on Saturday night.

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Spurs to beat Liverpool: 25/1

Signup as a new customer at 888sport using promo code '888ODDS' and you'll get the boosted price of 25/1 on Spurs beating Liverpool instead of 3/1.

Expires 19:00 01/06/2019. New customers only. £10 minimum deposit using promo code "888ODDS" required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet £5, max bet £5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Further T&C’s apply, see 888sport website for full details.

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Liverpool to beat Spurs: 10/1

Signup as a new customer at 888sport using promo code '888ODDS' and you'll get the boosted price of 10/1 on Liverpool beating Spurs instead of Evens.

Expires 19:00 01/06/2019. New customers only. £10 minimum deposit using promo code "888ODDS" required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet £5, max bet £5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Further T&C’s apply, see 888sport website for full details.

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Place a First, Last, Anytime Goalscorer or Correct Score bet on Spurs v Liverpool and get moneyback in free bets on losing bets if Sadio Mane scores a goal.

Expires 20:00 01/06/2019. Applies to the fixture taking place on Saturday 1st June. Applies to losing singles placed pre-match only. Applies to First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and WhatOddsPaddy markets. Max free bet €10 per customer. T&Cs apply.

Champions League Final: Preview

After some of the most exciting Semi-Finals in recent history, the Champions League Final takes place on Saturday June 1st when Spurs face Liverpool at the Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.

The 2019 Champions League Final is set to be the first all English affair since 2008 when Man United beat Chelsea 6-5 on penalties after drawing the match 1-1 after extra-time.

Liverpool, who lost out in 2018 to Real Madrid, are the bookmakers favourites to win, however this is Spurs first Champions League final and Pochettino will be determined to make his mark.

It’s easy to see why bookmakers offer Liverpool as the favourites, given their impressive performances this season in virtually all the competitions they've been involved with.

Liverpool have also only lost 1 of their last 14 matches against Spurs in all competitions winning 9 of the 14 fixtures, while Spurs managed just 1 win with the remaining fixtures all draws.

Although bookmakers odds clearly predict a win for Liverpool, if Harry Kane is fit to play in the Final, it could just be the boost that propels Spurs to a miraculous victory on the night.

In the run up to Saturday's Champions League Final; Spurs v Liverpool, we've looked at both side’s recent form, and any injuries that could affect which team you want to bet on.

Despite ending the Premier League season in poor form, Spurs had a pretty good campaign overall, finishing 4th, and have played especially well in the Champions League.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side made it through to Saturday's Final versus Liverpool after one of the most show stopping Semi-Final matches in Champions League history.

Spurs were pretty much set to miss out on a spot in the Final, until a stunning Lucas Moura stoppage-time goal gave them a sensational 3-2 win to take them through on away goals.

Spurs have had a decent break since the end of the Premier League season, and so Pochettino’s men have had ample time to recover from any injuries.

One of the main concerns, and potential deciding factors on the outcome of this clash, was always whether Harry Kane would be fit to play in the Champions League Final.

Luckily for Spurs fans he says he's fit to play, and Spurs have also had positive results with Winks, Rose, Alli, Vertonghen and Sanchez all set to be back following various injuries.

Yes, bookmakers offer Liverpool as the favourites, but Spurs are an extremely talented side, and with a full squad to choose from, they could just pull off the biggest victory in their history!

Liverpool are still reeling from the fact that they lost out on the Premier League title by 1 point, and will be even more determined not to lose two Champions League Finals in a row.

Jurgen Klopp’s side lost last years Final to Real Madrid, however they have performed to a much higher standard this season, and in theory should easily win Saturday’s match.

Liverpool’s progression to the final was also impressive after they managed to deliver one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history to beat Barcelona 4-0 (4-3 on agg).

A 3-goal deficit in the first leg was reversed, when Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum scored 2 goals each. That result meant that Liverpool are only the 3rd team in the history of the Champions League to recover from 3 goals down after the first leg of a Semi-Final.

Klopp will be determined to finish the season with some silverware, and luckily he doesn’t have too any major injury concerns ahead of Saturday's Final.

Robertson, Keita and Firmino are all available and back from injury and as long as none of his players sustain injury in training, he too should have a full squad to choose from.

With Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp both aiming to take the top prize in European football after sensational Semi-Final victories, the 2019 Champions League Final could turn out to be one of the most dramatic matches in the competitions history!

Spurs v Liverpool: Stats

Spurs and Liverpool have played each other a total of 172 times with the Reds currently having the better record with 82 wins, compared to just 48 victories for Spurs and 42 draws.

There have been 54 matches between Spurs and Liverpool in the Premier League, with the Anfield side yet again commanding the better stats with 25 victories compared to 14 for Spurs.

The last 6 Premier League matches involving both Spurs and Liverpool has resulted in 3 wins for Liverpool, 1 victory for Spurs and 2 of the games ending in stalemates.

The last Premier League fixture between these two sides was on the 31st of March earlier this year (2019) when Liverpool secured a 2-1 victory at Anfield Stadium.

An early goal on 16 minutes by Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino opened the scoring for the Reds with Lucas Moura equalising for Spurs in the 70th minute.

Spurs were dealt a cruel blow in injury time when in the last Liverpool attack of the match, Toby Alderweireld managed to put the ball in the back of his own net to score an own goal.

The biggest win that Liverpool have ever had over their Champions League Final opponents in a Premier League fixture was the 6-2 win at Anfield on the 8th of May in 1993.

Two goals each from club legends Ian Rush and John Barnes as well as a Mark Walters penalty and own goal from Stuart Nethercott putting the game out of reach for Spurs.

Teddy Sheringham and Steve Sedgley got a couple of consolation goals for Spurs.

The highest score that Spurs have ever beaten Liverpool by in the Premier League era was the 4-0 win on the 18th of September in 2011 when they met at White Hart Lane.

Croatian International Luka Modrić kicked things off scoring a goal in just the 7th minute with Jermain Defoe adding another after the break on 66 minutes.

A brace from Emmanuel Adebayor in the 68th and 90th minute sealed the win for Spurs.

Spurs: Form

Looking at the last 5 fixtures that Spurs have played in all competitions, they've won 1, drawn 1, and lost 3 scoring just 5 goals (1.25 goals per game) and conceding a total of 7 goals.


Spurs 2 - 2 Everton
Ajax 2 - 3 Spurs
Bournemouth 1 - 0 Spurs
Spurs 0 - 1 Ajax
Spurs 0 - 1 West Ham

Liverpool: Form

Liverpool's record over their last 5 matches is much more impressive as they've won 4 and lost 1. They've scored more than Spurs, 14 in total (2.8 goals per game) and conceded less (5).


Liverpool 2 - 0 Wolverhampton
Liverpool 4 - 0 Barcelona
Newcastle 2 - 3 Liverpool
Barcelona 3 - 0 Liverpool
Liverpool 5 - 0 Huddersfield