Tottenham Hotspur has received a significant injury boost as they gear up to face Liverpool in a highly anticipated match this Saturday.
James Maddison, instrumental in their recent performance against Arsenal, is expected to be fit despite concerns following a knee injury at the Emirates Stadium.
As one of the remaining four unbeaten teams in the league, Tottenham’s encounter with Liverpool is crucial for Ange Postecoglou’s squad.
Demonstrating bravery and resilience in recent matchups, including the North London Derby, Spurs will need to maintain this fearlessness against Jurgen Klopp’s attacking Liverpool side, known for scoring prolifically.
Maddison, pivotal in the draw against Arsenal with two assists, suffered a knee knock during the game. However, the 26-year-old midfielder, who downplayed the incident, is reportedly training at Hotspur Way, showing positive signs.
Tottenham monitored his condition, conducted scans, and, reassuringly, Maddison was moving normally after the match.
With both teams being unbeaten, the potential inclusion of Maddison adds strength to Tottenham’s lineup as they aim to navigate past Liverpool’s formidable attacking prowess.
As the anticipation builds, fans eagerly await a clash between two in-form teams in what promises to be a thrilling encounter on the football pitch.