Luxbet's EPL Offer as Liverpool aim to Trounce Tottenham at The Lane Again

Place a Match Result bet on Tottenham's EPL game with Liverpool on Saturday and if your team wins by 2 or more goals, Luxbet will give you Bonus Bets equal to your stake up to $100.

Liverpool have netted 8 goals, conceded none and collected 6 points in their last 2 trips to White Harte Lane. And if the Reds romp Tottenham in London once more this weekend, you’ll get a bonus bet on top of your winnings, if you’ve backed them with Luxbet.

Luxbet’s Offer and Odds

Place a Match Result bet on Saturday’s EPL clash between Tottenham and Liverpool and if your team wins by more than 1 more goal, you’ll receive a bonus bet as well as your winnings. That’s a double delight if you sides scores a 2 goals or more victory; with your bonus bet equalling your wager, up to $100. Only Luxbet members’ first wager on the market qualifies for this match special. Spurs sit 2 spots above their opponents but the Reds will leapfrog the hosts with a victory. However it’s Tottenham who are the $2.40 with Luxbet while the visitors are around $2.85.

Reds Recent Record Against Spurs

Liverpool are aiming for a third successive away win over Tottenham after beating the home side 0-5 and 0-3 in their most previous 2 road clashes. In fact the Reds recent run against their opposition is dominate with Liverpool winning 5 straight matches in the league. They’ve scored 22 goals along the way while shipping just 4.

Tottenham Tough to Beat

Tottenham are the only side in the League not to have lost since the opening day of the season. They’re 7 games unbeaten and haven’t lost at home. The Coys were brilliant in their last fixture at the Lane coming from a goal down to thump table toppers Manchester City 4-1. They’ve collected 10 points from a possible 12 in their last 4 matches picking up 3 wins and a draw.

The dynamic Jurgen Klopp will oversee his first game as Liverpool manager after the German was brought in to replace the sacked Brendan Rodgers. Can the Reds provide him with a perfect start as they aim to relight their top four ambitions? Or will it be Tottenham who take a step closer to the Champions League positions?