It’s a season-defining Merseyside Derby for both Liverpool and Everton on Sunday afternoon, with Premier League title aspirations and top-flight survival on the line at Anfield (4.30pm kick-off, UK time).
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Liverpool v Everton preview
Jurgen Klopp’s men enter this latest iteration of their famous rivalry with Everton fresh from claiming the scalp of another great foe, smashing Manchester United 4-0 in midweek which, for a brief moment, saw them leapfrog Man City into first, only for Pep Guardiola’s men to respond the following day.
So, it’s as you were at the Premier League summit, with the Reds still a point adrift of City, and at the opposite end of the table there’s a similarly claustrophobic feel, with Everton only a point above the relegation zone after Burnley beat Southampton 2-0 on Thursday, meaning a result here is absolutely vital.
Liverpool team news
Diogo Jota replaces Luis Diaz in Liverpool’s front three and Klopp has fielded a crowd-pleasing midfield trio of Fabinho, Thiago and Naby Keita.
Team news 📋
How we line-up for today's Merseyside derby 🔴 #LIVEVE
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) April 24, 2022
Roberto Firmino was kept on ice in midweek as a precaution after sustaining a knock to his foot in the City draw, but he is expected to be fit to feature this Sunday, should Klopp require his services that is. It was an utterly dominant display by Liverpool on Tuesday night as they cut Man Utd to ribbons, with Thiago firmly dominating the midfield in a performance described by Jamie Carragher as “the best game he’s ever had at Anfield”.
Despite that dominance in the middle of the park from Thiago, Liverpool continue to be linked with Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham, who has been recently described by Diogo Jota as a player who can become the best in the game, adding fuel to the fire of speculation.
Building his ‘NextGen Icon’, Jota picked Bellingham and tipped the heavily-linked star for Ballon d’Or heights. “I’d have Bellingham [for dribbling],” he told Playstation’s NextGen Icons. “He is such a good player. I think he will be one of the greatest players in the future.”
Everton team news
There are two changes to the Everton lineup that picked up a point at Leicester City in midweek. Yerry Mina is replaced by Mason Holgate. Abdoulaye Doucoure comes into midfield for Fabian Delph.
🔵 | Team news is in as the boss makes two changes from our last game.
— Everton (@Everton) April 24, 2022
Dominic Calvert-Lewin sat out of Everton’s midweek 1-1 draw against Leicester with a thigh strain and lost the race against time to be fit for Sunday’s derby. Andros Townsend, Tom Davies and Nathan Patterson, though, were all confirmed absentees.
Premier League 2021/22 recent form:
- Liverpool: WDWWW
- Everton: DWLLW