Roy Hodgson is expecting a difficult game on Sunday. Hodgson knows this weekend's visit to White Hart Lane will be a tough game, but also believes Fernando Torres and David Ngog can cause Spurs all kinds of trouble and can help the Reds get a result. "We've had a very good run now and one defeat in eight is a good run at any stage of the season," said the boss. "We have to be happy with that but we are not stupid. We know that if you go to Tottenham it could be two defeats in nine but if we play like we did against West Ham we can make sure Tottenham don't have a cake-walk. "And if we can keep Fernando Torres and David Ngog firing we may spring a surprise. "Wins are hard to come by against the top teams and we have got to admit that Tottenham are no longer the Tottenham of old. "They are a top team and have recently beaten the European champions in the Champions League. It is an expensively assembled team and we are not playing against mugs anymore."