Gary Neville hits back at dig from Jürgen Klopp on Twitter

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Spurs face their biggest test of the campaign so far when they host Jurgen Klopp and his men at Wembley Stadium, and will have wanted all of their key players fit for the contest. I don't understand, do we play our kids or what?

"I don't know what he means by that to be honest", he added.

Liverpool are without a league title since 1990 and a domestic trophy since 2012, and Neville said that their pursuit of breaking this duck could be burdened by European commitments.

"Actually I don't like to compare players but we had similar players and questions about Robbo (Andrew Robertson) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain", he said. How do you prepare for a game when you don't focus on it? Liverpool are ahead of Spurs in the Premier League, but can Pochettino beat Klopps Redmen? I don't understand, do we play our kids or what?To focus on one competition can only be if you are out, or almost out, or if it's late in the season.

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'If it's late in the season that you see you have a chance to do that or do this and all that stuff'.

"He comes from another league, a completely different system which Monaco played, and we have a good team together so that takes time".

"Last year, for example, we had no chance to focus on one competition because we had to qualify for the Champions League and I don't think even Gary Neville would have said in the quarter-finals, "Come on, let [Manchester] City win".

Watch Tottenham v Liverpool live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event from 11.30am on Saturday. "That's it - you always try to have your best team".

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Liverpool spent heavily in the summer, bringing in four new faces for almost £180 million, but Tottenham failed to sign a single player.

"Today we train, then we make a lineup for tomorrow".

Former Tottenham and Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov has backed Liverpool to come out victorious this weekend. "Mauricio [Pochettino] has the same issues, we all have to work with what we've got".

"Maybe I repeat again but after Manchester United, all the signals from the team were that we were going to crash".

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