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Tottenham v Liverpool: Philippe Coutinho one of three Reds in Jamie Redknapp's combined XI
Last Updated: 22/10/17 2:08pm
We challenge Jamie Redknapp to pick his best XI from Tottenham and Liverpool ahead of their Nissan Super Sunday showdown.
The Sky Sports pundit - who left Anfield for White Hart Lane during his playing career - has selected just three members of Jurgen Klopp's squad, opting for an entire back line made up of Spurs players.
Read on to see who has made his line-up and watch Tottenham v Liverpool live on Sky Sports Premier League from 3.30pm on Sunday...
Hugo Lloris is quite a straight-forward one. Simon Mignolet has done okay but Lloris is one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
Let's just save time with the defence. I wouldn't put one Liverpool defender in ahead of Tottenham's, no matter which system you played. If you had three at the back you would go with Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez as they are better than any of Liverpool's centre-backs.
Joe Gomez is going to be a good player but you'd go with Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose is a better player than Alberto Moreno, so it's a full Spurs backline.
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The midfield is certainly a lot closer. Eric Dier can step into centre-back or be a defensive midfield player, so I would go with him because of his versatility.
I like Harry Winks, he's a player after my own heart. He keeps it simple and is a good footballer, but I would have to go with Jordan Henderson purely because of his experience.
I would like to see more from Henderson to be honest. He's the Liverpool captain and he needs to step up and really show what he can do.
Emre Can gets in there as well. He's not my favourite player, I think he takes far too many touches on the ball when he can keep it simple, but he's still a young player, which is something we forget sometimes.
Christian Eriksen is somebody who is very creative and, while you need somebody like Mohamed Salah in your side to stretch teams, I think Eriksen just has that bit more quality and I love the way he plays.
Then it is Philippe Coutinho just over Dele Alli, although I'd love to have them both. I know Coutinho missed a bit of the season but I think Dele is having a tough time of it at the moment, although not tough enough that it is going to affect him long-term.
You got more goals from Dele and maybe even more assists last season as well if I'm correct, but I just think Coutinho edges that one.
I like Roberto Firmino but Harry Kane, even though he missed that big goal against Real Madrid, is just unstoppable.
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