Tottenham look set to line up for their first game in over 14 days this weekend as in form Liverpool head to North London.

Spurs have seen four games called off via a mixture of poor weather and Covid-19 cases but in contrast Jurgen Klopp’s side have so far survived the postponements.

Despite an improvement in their Covid situation, Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is still waiting on negative PCR results from five players.

Sergio Reguilon is also back following a knee problem with Giovani Lo Celso pushing for a recall.

Klopp is still without Curtis Jones, Virgil Van Dijk and Fabinho due to positive tests with Divock Origi out until Boxing Day.

The German coach is unlikely to make too many changes with Naby Keita and Roberto Firmino both possible options to come back in.

Kick off from this tie is a 4.30pm start tomorrow at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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