Liverpool FC are now preparing for a stern test of their title credentials when they take on Mauricio Pochettino's side at Wembley on Saturday lunchtime. Mousa Dembele slots into midfield with Eric Dier, while Harry Winks, Lucas Moura and Christian Eriksen support Harry Kane.
"Just one, and I think it's Liverpool", Morrison told Yahoo Sport's The Football Show. "I hope I have them all fit, and I don't have to make a hard decision". It's not like Belgium play exactly like Tottenham.
"We don't play Champions League or what?" said the German, whose side now top the table with a 100 per cent record after four matches and are widely seen as the main challengers to defending champions Manchester City.
He said: "If Saturday we play in the same way - I don't say performance, because the performance was not bad against Watford - but if we do it the same way, rather than take off players, I will be on the phone to say, 'Houston, we have a problem!'" That's it - you always try to have your best team.
"That's why people say this is a "big game".
"It's a big challenge, but for all of us it's the same".
"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 that even Gary Neville would have said: "Quarter-finals of the Champions League, let City win". But Wijnaldum is refusing to get carried away.
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"That's good, they had a normal break and then started pre-season with us, so they were the most stable players in the squad and that's why we used them".
"The first four weeks we had the same lineup and we changed one position, but it was to get a good start to create a base".
"I think Tottenham should have probably have signed more players in the summer".
Redknapp did go on to say that the Reds would be the "last team" the Lilywhites would want to face at home due to their ability to hit teams on the break with extreme pace.
"With respect, we are not playing for a team that is fighting relegation thinking it is impossible".
"We were so close already. There are a lot of good teams who also want to win the same trophies".