HARRY KANE is challenging Tottenham to smash the Anfield fortress claiming: Liverpool are NOT invincible.
No Premier League team has managed to beat Jurgen Klopps troops so far this season.
Already some Kop fans are dreaming of staying unbeaten until May and emulating Arsenals 2003-04 Invincibles campaign.
In fact, Liverpool have not lost on Merseyside since a Carabao Cup exit to Chelsea in September 2018.
And you have to go back to April 23, 2017, for the Reds last league defeat at home against Crystal Palace.
But talismanic striker Kane, 26, urged his team-mates to make history today, saying: Momentum-wise, a victory would give us a huge lift.
Probably not many people will expect us to win away at Anfield, so if we can do that it will hopefully give our Premier League season a big boost.
Liverpool have started the season as good as anyone else especially their home form.
They have a great crowd who really get behind their team and try to push them on, so were expecting a tough game.
“But we have been there before, weve picked up results there before, so we just have to concentrate on us and do what we can to claim the win.
Spurs are already 13 points off leaders Liverpool after just nine matches and have had a stop-start beginning to the campaign.
If they need any encouragement, then Manchester United showed in the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last weekend that there is a game plan to stop and frustrate Liverpool.
United came within five minutes of an upset before Adam Lallanas dramatic leveller.
In one clip which went viral on social media, United striker Marcus Rashford managed to get the better of PFA Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk, out-muscling the defender during a tussle for the ball.
Asked if he had seen Rashfords battle with the Dutchman, Kane replied: I didnt see it live but I saw a load of pictures on Instagram.
Van Dijk is a great defender but hes not invincible and Liverpool are not invincible. We just have to concentrate on ourselves.
“Any team can be beaten on any day and we just have to try to make sure we do that at Anfield.
Kane has scored five goals in ten matches against Liverpool and the clash with towering Van Dijk, 28, could prove decisive in the outcome this afternoon.
He said: As a striker, its not just one versus one on the pitch, theres a lot that goes into it.
Van Dijk is an amazing defender and he has had a fantastic couple of years at Liverpool.
So from my point of view, its just about playing my game and making my movements, doing my runs and trying to get on the scoresheet, trying to get assists.
At the end of the day, its a team game, so we all have to be on it with each other so thats the main aim.
Liverpool beat Tottenham three times in 2018-19, ending the season with a 2-0 triumph in the Champions League final in Madrid on June 1.
Kane played in that showpiece occasion but was an ineffectual figure, and not fully fit, having suffered an ankle injury two months earlier.
Clearly, it is still a painful memory for a player who holds himself and those around him to the highest possible standards.
Kane admitted: Weve had a little bit of a rivalry over the past couple of years because weve been competing at the top of the Premier League and in the Champions League.
And thats what happens when you get two good teams at a high level. You want to win, you want to come out on top.
They came out on top in May or June, whenever it was… Ive tried to forget it!
Its the first time we have played them since but, look, that is in the past.
“We have to concentrate on us now and we have a lot to do to turn our Premier League season around.
Liverpool have a great attacking trio or four but so have a lot of teams in the Premier League these days.
When you look at the top six teams now, there are a lot of great attacking players.
Its not just the attack that is going to win the game, its the defence, the whole team, and thats what we have to do.
We just have to stick together and try to deliver the victory.