Former QPR man Rodney Marsh has suggested on Twitter that Liverpool and Spurs will play out a 1-1 draw at Anfield this afternoon.
The Lilywhites travel to Merseyside with the hope of beating the Reds and moving two points behind Premier League leaders Leicester City - who host Southampton on Sunday - in the process, as a first league title since 1961 remains on the cards.
Nevertheless, Jurgen Klopp's side have specialised in winning some big games this season, as Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea will testify to, with the German masterminding hugely impressive victories over all three.
But Marsh does not expect Mauricio Pochettino and co to fall by the wayside, suggesting via Twitter that the contest will finish 1-1.
Klopp's boys sit ninth in the Premier League table and victory is essential if they harbour genuine hopes of finishing in the top four.
Their Champions League aspirations suffered a blow before the international break, when the Reds, leading 2-0 at the break, lost 3-2 at Southampton in a morale-sapping result which they will hope does not have a negative knock-on effect.