The final tomorrow will see two English sides go head-to-head for just the second time in the history of the competition after Manchester United and Chelsea achieved a similar feat in 2008.
For both teams, Liverpool will be playing their ninth final while Spurs have reached this stage of the competition for the first time ever.
Therefore, having won five of their previous eight finals, the Kops have been tipped by SociaLiga managers as favourites to make it six wins from nine due to their superior experience.
The gaffers have their say and we kick this off with Deco, The Cubs manager, who picked Liverpool to win given that as an Arsenal fan, a Spurs win is unimaginable especially after the Gunners were humiliated in the Europa League final by another London side on Wednesday.
Coach Deco, The Cubs
“Liverpool have a better side and played in the final last year, so, (have) more experience. Also, i am an Arsenal fan, Spurs can’t win it first.”
Danny Nazzal, Dannaz
The 2018 Bet9jaSociaLiga winner is under no illusions as to who would come out tops after 90 minutes and possibly, extra time tomorrow.
“I am not good at predicting score lines but Liverpool will surely win, ” he began. “Liverpool is superior in every way than Tottenham.”
Ifedotun Ojobanikan, The Guns
Like his colleagues, the decision to pick the Reds stems from the fact that Jurgen Klopp’s men have too much going for them in terms of maturity and experience.
“Tricky game no doubt, ” he said. “But i just feel they (Liverpool) have the maturity and experience to handle the stage better.”
Alimosho boss, Coach Roy, was more emphatic with his prediction as he gave Liverpool a 2-1 victory.
“In my own view, Liverpool are the best-attacking force of the two teams.”
Adedoyin Ajibike, Citizens
For the Proud Citizen gaffer, it is a serious battle between what he heart wants and what the head says. His heart wants Spurs to win, but the head disagrees.
“I think Liverpool will win but I want Spurs to win. They(Liverpool) are the better team and have more experience if I can use that word.”
Five out of five managers going for a Liverpool victory, but we do wonder if someone out there has a different view?!!
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