Jose Mourinho would love nothing more than to be the man to stop Liverpool who are on a sensational unbeaten run in the Premier League.
Mourinho had a fantastic start to his Spurs’ managerial career winning four of his first five games in the Premier League but his honeymoon period seems to be over after the recent poor run of games.
His team has recorded just one win in the last five games in all competitions and the last team Mourinho and his players would have wanted to play is Liverpool who have beaten all-comers before them this season.
The Reds have been almost flawless in the Premier League this season with 19 wins and one draw from the 20 league games played this season.
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They have an advantage of 13 points at the Premier League summit despite playing a game more than their nearest challengers Leicester City.
Mourinho would be relishing the challenge to end the long unbeaten run of Liverpool though his record against Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is not inspiring.
He has won just two of the 10 games played between the two managers.
Liverpool have gone 37 games without defeat in the league and avoiding defeat will make it one season and 38 games but they would be wary of history as this weekend two years ago was when they stopped the unbeaten run of Manchester City via a 4-3 win.