Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are set to face Mauricio Pochettino’s enigmatic Tottenham at Wembley Stadium on Saturday at half past 12 pm BST as the enchanting Premier League action is back after having season’s first international break. With four victories in the opening four top-flight encounters, the Reds are looking as good as an apple pie. On the other hand, the Lilywhites are coming from a shocking 2-1 defeat against Watford. In this little dark time, what makes the things somewhat worst for Spurs, have had been their history against Liverpool. In the past 11 Premier League races, the side from North London won one, drew four and lost six matches against the Merseyside. However, their last season’s 4-1 victory at the home of the Three Lions would be nothing short than a power booster. Winning this very encounter will surely help both sides to tackle their hard coming Champions League opening clashes. The 18-time league Champions Liverpool will see PSG at Anfield. On the other fence, Spurs will fly to the San Siro for facing Inter Milan. Before facing hard UCL matches, Kane and Salah would love to beat each other in order to present their aroma bigger and better.