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Champions League final tips for Tottenham v Liverpool

30 May | BY Guy Giles | MIN READ TIME |
Champions League final tips for Tottenham v Liverpool

Guy Giles's football tips for Tottenham v Liverpool in Madrid include a team to score first, a goalscorer and two players to be carded.

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Here are Guy Giles‘s football tips for Tottenham v Liverpool in Madrid, which kicks off at 20:00 GMT on Saturday. 

Liverpool to score first {ODDS: 417990360:13/20}

Liverpool have scored the first goal in 28 of their 38 Premier League matches this season, including in both of their wins over Tottenham.

Spurs, meanwhile, have conceded first 14 times in the Premier League and seven times in Europe this campaign.

Sadio Mane to score {ODDS: 420439375:6/4}

Mane has scored 26 goals this season, including four in the Champions League.

The Senegalese also has previous in this fixture, scoring Liverpool’s only goal against Real Madrid in last year’s final.

Fabinho to be carded {ODDS:426394616:7/4}

Fabinho has become an important part of Liverpool’s midfield, completing 90 minutes in their last four Champions League games.

The 25-year-old is the Reds’ most-booked player this season with 10 in all competitions, including three in Europe.

Danny Rose to be carded {ODDS:426394615:6/4}

Rose has re-established himself as Spurs’ first choice left-back and has started their last four in Europe.

The 28-year-old has eight yellow cards already this season and, up against Mohamed Salah, is a good bet to go into the book again in Madrid.

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Guy Giles

Guy Giles

Sports writer who produces regular football and cricket tips, while also covering a range of other sports.

Guy Giles

Guy Giles

Sports writer who produces regular football and cricket tips, while also covering a range of other sports.