Last Updated: 30/03/14 5:53pm
Liverpool climb to the top of the league after another impressive 4-0 victory. Spurs couldn't handle Suarez et al today and as we head into April and with Man City and Chelsea left to play at Anfield you wouldn't bet against Brendan Rodgers's team taking the title.
Dawson with a header from another Tottenam corner. It's a good effort from the early substitute but it goes over Mignolet's bar.
Liverpool continue to play the ball around with ease. It's looking like they might match their score at White Hart Lane. That was 5-0.
GOAL! Henderson with the free-kick from the right and it goes straight past everyone and into the net.
Liverpool can afford to bring Gerrard off. This game was over the second the third went in. The scoring probably isn't finished yet either.
GOAL! Coutinho finds the bottom corner from just outside the area but the approach play was superb. 3-0 and game over.
Soldado does well down the right but the last touch comes off his boot and it won't be a corner. Deserved more for his effort then.
Johnson helping Sterling out down the right and Liverpool have the ball again. Tottenham getting deeper and deeper.
Brendan Rodgers pacing up and down his technical area. He'll want that third goal as quickly as possible.
The referee blows the half-time whistle. Liverpool lead 2-0 thanks to an own goal from Kaboul and a lovely finish from Suarez. As it stands, Liverpool are top of the Premier League.
It's been a breathless first-half. Suarez has been fantastic. Just as I say that he wins a free-kick on the edge of the area.
CHANCE! Suarez with a header from Sterling's cross after he dispossessed Kaboul. The crowd certainly thought it was in. Looked like it hit the crossbar after a wonderful save from Lloris.
Soldado with a shot from inside the area but Mignolet punches away. Acrobatic. Could he have held that?
Bentaleb has another try from fully 25-yards but it's straight at Mignolet. Good build-up play involving Rose.
Henderson steps in to clear up and Liverpool have a goal-kick. Will the midfielder be on the plane to Brazil for the World Cup?
Sterling skips past Kaboul. Sturridge is then fouled by the defender who caught up with play and receives a yellow card.
Dalglish and Rush look on. They will be delighted with the Liverpool performance and attacking style.
Bentaleb strides forward and releases Naughton. The young defender elects to shoot but his effort is charged down. Looked ambitious.
Suarez tricks his way past Naughton and gets his side a corner. Liverpool can't control him at the moment.
2-0. Suarez. The Uruguayan takes advantage of an error from Dawson and guides the ball into the bottom corner.
The ball hits Sigurdsson's arm outside the area and Liverpool have a free-kick in a dangerous area. Similar to the position Gerrard scored against Sunderland earlier in the week.
Vertonghen barking at the midfield in front of him. Chadli makes a good run but Skrtel intercepts well.
Lloris will be happy to have the ball at his feet for a goal-kick. It doesn't last long as Chadli can't control it and Mignolet starts another Liverpool move.
Spurs starting to press a little better. Lennon loses the ball and then claims it back. Spurs enjoying a decent spell of possession. All very deep though.
Sturridge and Suarez look to combine again but the Uruguayan can't find his partner on this occasion.
Skrtel started a move which ended up with Suarez in the left wing position. The striker looked for Sturridge but the cross was high. Great move.
Signs that Spurs are improving. Johnson breaks down the right again though. Sterling is on hand to offer help.
Soldado wins a free-kick. Sherwood will want the Spaniard to hold on to the ball better this afternoon.
GOAL! Johnson with a cross from the right and Kaboul makes a real mess of it and back-heels the ball into the net.
Out come the players. There is an electric atmosphere at Anfield this afternoon, as you might expect.
Ayesha Ziya has been in touch via Twitter: 'Been waiting for this game all weekend cant wait for 4pm. Liverpool will secure the 3 points They're too magical not to'.
A win for Liverpool will take them to the top of the league. Spurs still have a top four spot in their sights.
Tim Sherwood: 'We have to come here and get something. I think we have to stay in the game as long as possible. We have to try and stop the best strike partnership the Premier League has seen in a very long time '.
Rodgers: 'There are 21 points to play for but we can only take three points at a time. It's great to dream but we have to stay focused.'
Aaron James via Twitter: 'I'm going for Liverpool 3-1, SAS both scoring! The title is coming home!!'
Opta stats: Liverpool v Tottenham has seen more own goals than any other fixture in Premier League history (8). Tottenham haven't lost three Barclays Premier League away games in a row since January 2009. Liverpool have won 11 and lost none of their last 12 Premier League games at Anfield.
Billy Stevens has been in touch via Twitter: 'This game has goals. 6 attacking players for THFC against a poor LFC defence. And of course the SAS. Expect at least 2 each!
Will Liverpool v Spurs be another high scorer? Liverpool to win 4/1 (20/1) is one of many pre-match #priceboosts.
Michael Bowers has been in touch via Twitter: 'I think Liverpool will win, but Spurs should, unlike at WHL, offer a good fight. 1-0 Suarez getting the goal to take them top'.
Tottenham have targets of their own, although fourth place looks out of reach with north London rivals Arsenal seven points ahead with seven games to go.Sixth place should be enough to secure Europa League football for Tim Sherwood's side due to Manchester City's Capital One Cup triumph and expected top-four finish, but that may be regarded as a consolation prize given the summer transfer outlay at White Hart Lane.Spurs have been inconsistent of late, but returned to winning ways last time out against Southampton following back-to-back defeats to London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
But with both of the aforementioned clubs still to visit Anfield this season, Rodgers' men are guaranteed to have a significant say on the final destination of the Premier League trophy.The Reds' seven-game streak has been achieved in swashbuckling fashion, with 26 goals scored and includes handsome victories over outgoing champions Manchester United and title rivals Arsenal.Defensive deficiencies remain a concern, however, with three goals shipped against both Swansea and Cardiff and two at Fulham.
Liverpool's growing belief that they can be crowned Premier League champions will be tested once again when Tottenham travel to Anfield on Super Sunday.Seven successive victories for Brendan Rodgers' side have propelled them to within a point of leaders Chelsea, although Manchester City lurk ominously on their shoulders with the benefit of two games in hand.
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Tottenham starting XI: Lloris; Naughton, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Rose; Bentaleb, Sigurdsson; Lennon, Chadli, Eriksen; Soldado.
Liverpool starting XI: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Flanagan, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling, Sturridge, Suarez.