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First up, David Moyes’s Everton make the short journey to Anfield this afternoon to take on Liverpool in the Merseyside derby.
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two sides sit in sixth and seventh place at the moment – so aren’t two of the elite clubs in the top flight right now – but this is still one of the biggest fixtures that English football has to offer.
Everton are five points clear of Liverpool, but as far as records go in this fixture, the Reds have the better of the rivals as you have to go back to 1999 to find the last time the Toffees won at Anfield in the league.
Brendan Rodgers’ men come into this one on a high as well as they won 6-0 at Liverpool last time out, which was a performance that showed they can still score goals and win matches with the suspended Luis Suarez.
The likes of Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge really stepped up to plate and provided that tough of quality in front of goal.
Each are likely to start this weekend as well and if they get the ball in good areas, there is no doubt they can hurt the Everton defence. Sturridge is leading the way in the first goal-scorer market here as he is at 9/2 to break the deadlock.
Anfield is sure to be rocking on Sunday afternoon and all three points for the home side would give them a chance of finishing ahead of Everton, which is the only aim they now have for the campaign.
When at their best, Liverpool are difficult for any team in the top flight to handle, but consistency has been a big problem for them this season and they often struggle to perform well after a big win in the previous encounter.
As for Everton, they are going to find it tough to bring Europa League football to Goodison Park next season, but a win here keeps their hopes alive and ensures they finish the season ahead of Liverpool.
David Moyes’ future with the club is unclear and as he has never won at Anfield in the league during his time with the Toffees, the Scotsman will be desperate for the points on Sunday afternoon.
There is no doubt that Everton have the players to win this one and if they can get the service right for Marouane Fellaini – who is always a threat in the air – then the away side can cause plenty of problems.
Moyes’ men have struggled on the road in recent weeks as they haven’t won in their last six away matches in the Premier League. However, form often goes out of the window in these matches and backing the visitors to take the spoils could be decent value at 17/5.
The Merseyside derby is never a game that you want to be missing and with an electric atmosphere inside one of the most famous grounds in the Premier League, this should be a scintillating 90 minutes of action. It all gets underway at 1.30pm.