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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Spurs' Gareth Bale!
The last of the weekend's Premier League fixtures comes from Anfield where Liverpool and Tottenham go head-to-head in what is sure to be a phenomenal encounter.
Not only will the match see two of the best footballing teams in the league go at it, but we'll also see two of the very best players in Europe take centre stage as well.
The first of those is Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
Say what you want about some of his antics on the pitch, like diving, but there can be no doubt, in anyone's mind, that Luis Suarez is nothing short of a sensational footballer.
His hat-trick against Wigan last weekend means that he's now scored more league goals than anyone else this season.
He scores goals.
He creates goals.
He captivates the crowd and he bamboozles defenders.
Suarez is a magician really.
There are very few players in the world, never mind the Premier League, that can do what Suarez does.
However, he'll come up against one of those men on Sunday when Gareth Bale comes to Anfield.
Once again last weekend, Bale stepped up to the plate when it mattered the most as he opened the scoring against Arsenal in the London derby.
He shouldn't have even been given the chance, but if the Arsenal defence were stupid enough to let Bale run in on goal, Gareth would've been stupid to pass up that opportunity!
You've probably read enough articles from people waxing lyrical about Gareth Bale, so all I'll say is that he has a big summer ahead of him.
He can choose to move on to pastures new—and let's be honest, there would be no shortage of suitors for him—or he can stay at Spurs and help them to a successful Champions League campaign.
With another full season of Premier League and top-class European football experience under his belt, then he can move on, if he wants to.
Sunday's match has everything about it that football fans love.
Two great teams who play great football, combined with two players at the top of their game both looking to show us why we, as football fans, think so highly of them.
Sadly for Liverpool fans, they'll just be the next in a long line of clubs to suffer at the left foot of one Mr Gareth Bale, as Spurs leave Anfield with all three points.
Prediction: Tottenham win