Everton v Liverpool Odds: Both teams look for Merseyside Derby win as they chase down leaders Arsenal

Liverpool are considered as 6/4 favourites to defeat Everton in the Merseyside Derby as both sides look to continue with their good run of form.

The Merseyside Derby is always a passionate affair and Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off is set to be yet another close affair with both sides chasing down the league leaders.

Liverpool are looking like their old selves again and Brendan Rogers will know that a win will put them on top of the league for a few hours as the other fixtures play themselves out.

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of the focus on Saturday’s clash for The Reds will fall on the dynamic partnership between Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge with both players having scored 16 goals between them in the Premier League so far.

Both players have come through the international break unscathed and will no doubt be eager to continue their good record in the league this season and find the back of the net.

After struggling with fitness issues during the international break, Steven Gerrard will feature and lead the team out at Goodison Park for what is one of Liverpool’s most important games of the season.

In the opposite corner, Everton are continuing to punch above their weight with new manager Roberto Martinez having done a stellar job of getting The Toffees up to sixth in the table just three points behind their local rivals.

One of the biggest changes to the Everton squad could be the much anticipated debut of Antonin Alcaraz who has been injured since joining from Martinez’s old side Wigan on a free transfer in August.

Alcaraz has begun training with the squad again although it is still be slated as touch and go as to what role, if any, the Paraguayan will play on Saturday.

Tony Hibbert could also be in line for a place amongst the match squad as the right-back has also recovered from injury problems that have kept him out for the last few weeks.

After impressing at international level during the past seven games, midfielder Ross Barkley will undoubtedly be one of the key players to watch in the Everton midfielder as he looks to try and earn a place in the England squad ahead of next year’s World Cup in Brazil next week.

Saturday’s Merseyside Derby will undoubtedly be a close tie with the winning side not only getting bragging rights throughout Liverpool but also putting themselves in line for a chance to have a shot at the title later on this season.

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