IN FORM: Sadio Mane.
IN FORM: Sadio Mane. Paul Harding

Spurs say Sadio is main concern

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says Liverpool has plenty of players to be wary of, although much of his team's focus will be on the Reds' new signing Sadio Mane.

Mane has scored nine goals in his last nine appearances in the English Premier League.

He has had a great start to life in Liverpool colours after his move from Southampton, but Pochettino said he was not the only danger in tonight's clash at White Hart Lane.

"We know what he is like after playing against Southampton last season,” he said.

"He is fast, skilful and a difficult player to stop.

"We need to be very focused on him but Liverpool is not a one-man team.

"They have (Philippe) Coutinho, (Adam) Lallana, (Roberto) Firmino and (Jordan) Henderson who are good players and we have to watch them also.”

The two sides shared the points last season with a 1-1 draw in Liverpool and a 0-0 draw at Spurs.

If Tottenham wins tonight, it will be its best start to an EPL season since the 2009-10 campaign.

Meanwhile, Leicester City will be looking for its first win of the season when it entertains Swansea City tonight. The defending EPL champion has one point from its opening two games after a defeat by Hull City and last week's 0-0 draw with Arsenal.

The last time the two sides met, the Foxes won easily 4-0 on their way to a first EPL title.

In other games, Chelsea will look to continue its 100% record when it entertains Burnley, while Crystal Palace hosts Bournemouth.

Stoke City travels to Everton, while Sunderland goes to Southampton looking for a first point of the campaign.

In tonight's other game, Watford hosts Arsenal at Vicarage Rd.

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