Liverpool v Everton odds, live stream to watch plus betting preview from Anfield

Latest Liverpool v Everton live stream news, plus up to date betting odds and free bets on the Merseyside derby lunchtime (KO 12:45).

The first Merseyside derby of the season takes place at Anfield on Saturday, as Everton travel to their closest rivals Liverpool.

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Neither side have made a good start to the season and any winner would put real pressure on the losing team.

Liverpool lost 3-1 away to West Ham in their last Premier League match, as they failed to recover from an awful start.

West Ham were 2-0 up inside of eight minutes, before Raheem Sterling pulled one back for Liverpool.

Morgan Amalfitano sealed the victory with his first goal for West Ham late on, as they inflicted a third league defeat in five on the Reds.

liverpool-v-everton-live-streamThings are similarly as poor for Everton currently, who lost 3-2 at home to Crystal Palace last Sunday.

Romelu Lukaku opened the scoring, before a Mile Jedinak penalty and a Frazer Campbell header turned the game on its head.

Yannick Bolasie’s first Premier League goal edged Crystal Palace further ahead, meaning Leighton Baines’s penalty was no more than a consolation effort.

Everton haven’t won at Anfield since 1999, when a Kevin Campbell early goal earned the Toffee’s all three points.

Liverpool won the fixture 4-0 last season, with Daniel Sturridge scoring twice and missing a penalty in the romp.

Team news
Liverpool have doubts over the trio of Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho and Sturridge for the big derby match.

Sturridge hasn’t featured since the international break, although is expected to play some part of the match on Saturday.

Fabio Borini looks certain to miss out after a disappointing performance in the loss at West Ham last weekend.

Ross Barkley won’t feature according to manager Roberto Martinez, meaning James McCarthy will continue alongside Gareth Barry.

John Stones may continue alongside Phil Jagielka in the heart of Everton’s defence, with Seamus Coleman to return at full-back.

Steven Naismith has three league goals already and will continue behind Lukaku.

Liverpool (4-4-2): Mignolet, Manquillo, Lovren, Skrtel, Moreno, Sterling, Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sturridge, Balotelli
Everton (4-2-3-1): Howard, Coleman, Distin, Jagielka, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Naismith, McGeady, Lukaku

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