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 Liverpool (D-W-D-W-D) Vs.  Everton (D-L-D-L-D) 
Premier League:  4 December at 8:15 PM (UK time)
Venue: Anfield


Liverpool will be hosting their neighbourhood club Everton in what's going to be 234th Merseyside derby between them and the home side will be looking forward to extending the record of " undefeated in last eight fixtures between them".


Liverpool is still undefeated in the league this season, and they are in no mood to flirt with that part of statistics anytime soon. Jurgen Klopp's men are in beast mode, with a sole mission to thrash every team that comes in way between the club and their maiden Championship trophy of Premier League era. Klopp can't afford to lose any points against Everton who is just two points of the relegation zone.

Liverpool will be playing without Alisson who was sent off in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Brighton. Adrian will be starting in his absence. The home team also misses the service of Fabinho for the Merseyside derby, so the start for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is on cards. Dejan Lovren will be starting alongside Virgil Van Dijk in absence of Joel Matip.


Marco Silva future is hanging by a thin wire after the club has failed to deliver till date with just two points of a relegation battle, and a fearful trip to the Anfield might be the last nail on the coffin. Everton has won just 4 matches; half the number of matches they have lost this season.

There have been too many issues at the club and Marco Silva has answers to none of them, sadly. The team lacks the attacking instinct, temperament, discipline and the devoid of any attacking creativity in midfield has left them helpless. They have scored a meagre amount of 1 goal per game, joint third-worst in the game.

Theo Walcott is fit to return for Everton but both Seamus Coleman and Fabian Delph have been ruled out. Djibril Sidibe and Lucas Digne will be starting as wing-backs.  Jean-Philippe Gbamin [thigh] and Andre Gomes [ankle], both of them are not likely to return anytime soon for the toffees.

Cover the Spreads 365 Betting Trends

  • Only Kevin De Bruyne (52) and Trent Alexander-Arnold (48) have created more chances in the Premier League than Lucas Digne (39) this season. (Squawka)
  • Liverpool is yet to be beaten after their first 14 games this season.
  • Only four teams have conceded more and only one have been beaten more than Everton this season.

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