Both have scored two each this season and will be looking to add to that tally when they go head-to-head at Wembley on Saturday lunchtime.
This bodes well for today's big clash between the current league leaders and Spurs, who will be hoping to gain some ground on Liverpool having lost to Watford at Vicarage Road before the worldwide break.
To be fair, the Reds haven't been at their best since the 4-0 win against West Ham on the opening day of the season.
Tottenham, meanwhile, are aiming to bounce back from their disappointing defeat by Watford before the global break. Yes, we learned, the experience was that one game can be completely different to another. They are one of the best counter-attacking teams in Europe.
"Tottenham have shown over the years the quality of their players and manager".
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While Klopp is not expected to make big changes to the side that beat Leicester City 2-1 two weeks ago, the German will reportedly restore Fabinho to his matchday squad after the Brazilian was excluded previously. A win for Spurs could take them top temporarily at least, a win for the reds will keep us on top.
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And for the sake of the spectacle, the Premier League would also benefit from this type of fixture being played without both sides having to juggle their squads because of the draining effects of travelling the globe that worldwide football can have on their players. "Mauricio [Pochettino] has the same issues, we all have to work with what we've got".
"Today we train, then we make a lineup for tomorrow".
Dele Alli is out for Spurs with a hamstring injury while Hugo Lloris is sidelined with a thigh problem. And that would be a game changer for them.