The Reds went into the first global break of the campaign top of the table courtesy of four wins from their opening four games - their best-ever start to a Premier League season.
Tottenham have revealed they will be without two key players for the clash with Liverpool this Saturday at Wembley Stadium, with both Hugo Lloris and Dele Alli unavailable due to injury.
Speaking at his prematch news conference, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said Alli had a hamstring problem while Lloris could be out for several weeks with a thigh injury. "I am disappointed because we are going to miss him for this game and maybe the Champions League game against Inter Milan [on September 18]".
'60 Minutes' chief Fager out at CBS
The programme 60 Minutes , which airs on Sunday evenings, was first broadcast in 1968. He was appointed in 2004 to succeed founding executive Don Hewitt .
The World Cup victor has been handed a 20-month driving ban and fined about £50,000, just over half of his weekly salary with the Lilywhites who also fined him £200,000.
Alli suffered a slight muscle strain in England's Nations League defeat to Spain last weekend.
"He's the first that regrets everything, and all that happened yesterday is not good", he said.
"(We are) disappointed because we are going to miss him for maybe this game and against Inter Milan in Champions League", said Pochettino.
What Scares Experts About Hurricane Florence
Kevin Miller, a 50-year-old electrician, said he planned to ride out the storm at his home near Charleston . North and SC and Virginia declared emergencies earlier in the week.
"He's punishing himself. But of course we're not God, that we can judge people".
He added: "Lloris will have another scan to see the evolution of his injury".
Tottenham are fifth in the Premier League after they lost 2-1 to Watford, while Liverpool are top, having won all four games.
Storm response in Puerto Rico 'incredibly successful,' blames mayor for Hurricane Maria
The storm, which devastated the territory last September, is also estimated to have caused $100 billion in damage. He called Maria "the worst natural disaster in our modern history" and said many people are still struggling.