- Hugo Lloris is out of Saturday's massive Premier League clash with Liverpool
- Dele Alli is also out of the encounter with a thigh injury
- Liverpool currently lead the Premier League log after winning all four games this campaign
Premier League campaigners Tottenham have ruled out the pair of French World Cup goalie Hugo Lloris and England’s midfielder Dele Alli when they square up against Liverpool in Saturday’s early fixture.
According to a UK Sun report, the 22-year-old Alli is currently down with a hamstring injury and will not play any role for Spurs on Saturday.
On the other hand, the North London dwellers will also miss the services of their skipper Lloris, who is yet to regain full match fitness from a thigh injury.
Interestingly, Alli has featured in all Tottenham’s four Premier League matches this season while Lloris on the other hand, missed out just their loss to Watford with the knock.
Dutch goalie Michel Vorm is expected to keep hold of the No. 1 spot in Saturday's cracker.
The Mauricio Pochettino tutored-side will topple Liverpool on the Premier League log if they claim an away win before Reds supporters.
So far, the Kop side have won all four fixtures this campaign, conceding just once to sit on top of the log.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Liverpool have joined Real Madrid and Manchester City for Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski's.
The Poland international has been a long-term target of Jurgen Klopp but their efforts to bring him to Anfield hit the rocks when he signed a new deal with the Serie A side.
Even after signing a new deal, Napoli are still desperate to hold onto their midfielder but a mouth-watering offer that cannot be resisted has to be made for the 24-year-old.
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