As part of England's "Big Six", Tottenham and Liverpool are natural rivals as both clubs are among the crop of sides battling for silverware in the Premier League.
The two teams famously faced off in the 2019 Champions League final, during which Liverpool won 2-0. However, despite their differences, the English giants will now have an interesting link in common.
Recently, both Spurs and the Reds have acquired a new partner. That partner is none other than soft drink conglomerate Coca-Cola, who themselves are no strangers to supporting football at various levels.
Liverpool have endured a frustrating season so far, especially in the Premier League where Jurgen Klopp's men have won just twice so far this season. Their most recent fixture saw them have to settle for a three-all draw with Brighton, and they will be hoping to get back to winning ways in the UCL against Rangers ahead of their upcoming home tie against Arsenal.
Tottenham, meanwhile, suffered their first loss in the Premier League last time out as Antonio Conte's side were on the wrong end of a 3-1 score-line during last weekend's North London Derby. They also will aim to rebound as they travel to face Eintracht Frankfurt in the UCL before returning to domestic action against Brighton - who held Liverpool to a draw recently - over the upcoming weekend.