Premier League action will resume after the International break with a mouth-watering clash as Liverpool host Everton in a Merseyside Derby in an early kick-off this Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp side currently sits fourth in the league table, and a quest for standing firm in the top four is underway as Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United are also pushing behind their back.
Meanwhile the Toffees are languishing seventh in the league table having an eye for Europe as well and sitting six points behind their local rivals.
Liverpool will come into this match after their recent 1-1 draw against Manchester City while Everton is in good form recently having hammered 4-0 to Hull City with Romelu Lukaku scoring double goal in that match.
Liverpool Vs Everton Team News:
The International break is often a tough period and havoc for all clubs. According to Whoscored.com, both teams will enter this match with the injury behind their back. Brazilian duo Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho both picked up for their International duty, and a private jet was used to lure them back to Liverpool before the match.
Klopp will also be without England International Adam Lallana who picked up a thigh injury in a clash against Lithuania while Danny Ings and Jordan Henderson are certain to miss the match. While Daniel Sturridge is back in training and he might be on the bench for Saturday clash at Anfield.
Meanwhile, the Toffees outfit will be without right-back Seamus Coleman who suffered a horrific injury on international duty while centre-back Ramiro Funes Mori and midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin are also out of the contention due to thigh and calf injury respectively. Along with those injuries James McCarthy, Yannick Bolasie, and Muhamed Besic will also miss out Derby.
Possible Starting Line-ups:
Liverpool: Simon Mignolet, James Milner, Joel Matip, Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne, Emre Can, Wijnaldum, Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi
Everton: Robles, Holgate, Williams, Jagielka, Baines, Tom Davies, Gueye, Barkley, Calvert-Lewin, Romelu Lukaku, Mirallas
Liverpool Vs Everton in Stats:
All of Wijnaldum goals (total-16) have come in the home matches.
The home side has lost only one in last 20 matches against the Blues winning 10 matches in the process.
A win for this match will make Jurgen Klopp the first manager to win first three matches against Everton.
Everton has lost only once in their last 12 league matches winning 8 of them and keeping 5 clean sheets in the process.
Their key man Romelu Lukaku has been in inspiring form this season scoring 21 goals so far this season listing him at the top of the pile for a hunt to golden boot this season.
67- That's the number of goal-scoring chances Ross Barkley has created this season, more than any other player to do so.
Liverpool Vs Everton Prediction
The Reds are very hard to beat on their homeland while Everton has also never won in their territory since 2010. Klopp's sides are in magnificent form recently and so do their rivals. The match will be intense, and we predict the match to end in a draw sharing 1 point each.
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