An extra incentive has been added to the Liverpool vs. Tottenham match date: two matches in four days.


As anticipated, Liverpool’s matchup with Tottenham in May has been rescheduled, but the Premier League organizers have given Jurgen Klopp’s team an extra incentive.

Liverpool’s eight remaining Premier League games are against Tottenham, which is Klopp’s penultimate home game of the campaign.

It has officially been announced that the match will occur on Sunday, May 5, with kickoff set for 4.30 p.m. (BST). The match will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports.

The anticipated rescheduling was necessary in the event that Liverpool advanced to the Europa League semifinals, which are scheduled for two Thursdays in a row (May 2 and May 9).

The Reds’ main commitment is to the top level, therefore they won’t have expected Spurs to play just three days before their trip to Anfield.

They have officially declared that they will go to Chelsea on May 2 to play in the Carabao Cup final, which caused the match to be postponed.

It is anticipated and hoped that the Reds go to the Europa League final four, where they will play either Benfica or Marseille.

They have to defeat Atalanta in the quarterfinal, of course.

If so, there would be a three-day break between games when both teams travel to Anfield.

It is encouraging since it was anticipated that Tottenham would have a week to get ready for Liverpool following their match against Arsenal on April 28, which is the day after the Reds play West Ham.


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