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With the return of Luis Suarez to the Liverpool on Monday night, having served his mammoth ban from football, reports are that Manager Kenny Dalglish will opt to unleash the talismatic Uraguyan striker from the bench.

Monday night’s game from Anfield will see Liverpool pit their wits against 3rd-placed Spurs who are 13 points ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League.

Indeed, Liverpool were given a harsh footballing lesson by Tottenham in the encounter last September when we had Charlie Adam sent off after half an hour following a Luka Modric goal, once Martin Skrtel got sent of that day aswell, we went down to a 4-0 defeat at White Hart Lane.

There is every hope that Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool side will provide a much stiffer test for Harry ‘Bung’ Rednapp’s side and I firmly believe Liverpool have the momentum to do just that on Monday night.

After dumping the two Manchester clubs out of the FA Cup & the Carling Cup plus the 3-0 victory against Wolves, I think that the way Liverpool play, they have enough about them to beat Spurs on Monday night to move into 5th and fight for the Champions League places



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