31 May 2019 Who's our champion league? With Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur preparing to battle it out in the Champions League final tomorrow evening, we take a look at how the leagues in these two areas have matched up over the 2018-19 season The outcome of the football will all come down to what happens in Madrid tomorrow night, but the rivalry in tennis has been ongoing all year round. Here at LTL we run two leagues in and around both Liverpool (Liverpool and Wirral Parks) and Tottenham (Haringey and Pavilion) with hundreds of players getting on court and playing matches in these locations since the European season got underway in September 2018. Among the tennis pros, there will be lots of interest too, with Kyle Edmund and Caroline Wozniacki big fans of the team in red, and controversial character Nick Kyrgios hoping to see Spurs walk away with the trophy. Credit: Instagram carowozniacki and k1ngkyrg1os Now we can't predict who will win tomorrow night, but we can tell you who comes out on top on the LTL stats front. GOAL! Total Number of Matches Played Tottenham takes an early lead with 361 matches played across the leagues in Haringey compared to 207 in Liverpool And the score is: Liverpool 0 v Tottenham 1 GOAL! Highest Match Completion Rate Liverpool are back on level terms thanks to an impressive 76% of possible matches being played. Tottenham however does come close to extending their lead with a strong 71% of matches completed. And the score is: Liverpool 1 v Tottenham 1 GOAL! Best scheduling skills (% bonus points earned) With 20% more players earning bonus points (59% v 39%), Liverpool go in front for the first time. And the score is: Liverpool 2 v Tottenham 1 GOAL! Total Number of Entries Tottenham still had time for a response and 214 player entries, in comparison to 103 in Liverpool, sees them snatch a late equaliser. And the score is: Liverpool 2 v Tottenham 2 final score Liverpool 2 v Tottenham 2 It looks like penalties will be required to separate the two - good luck to both teams! A big thanks to everyone who has taken part in the Liverpool, Wirral Parks, Haringey and Pavilion leagues. If you would like to get involved, head to the website to find the next round start dates.