How do Everton and Liverpool get to the Merseyside derby?

How do Everton and Liverpool get to the Merseyside derby?

James Rodríguez is key in the operation of Ancelotti. (AFP)

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James Rodríguez is key in the operation of Ancelotti. (AFP)

Everton are having their best start in the Premier League, having won the first four matches in a rowThat is why they have very high morale and confidence. But in front are the men of Jurgen Klopp. Winners of the Champions League 18-19, and current defenders of the English championship. A data? The last time Everton beat Liverpool was 10 years ago. On October 17, 2010, 2-0, also at Goodison Park. Obviously, this will be an unmissable match.

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The Toffees seem to have found the perfect formula, with a James Rodriguez that distributes game and a Calvert-Lewin infallible that he is a championship scorer, with six. In all four wins, the Everton scored 12 goals and conceded only five. That is why they position themselves at the top of the table. It is thanks to this good moment of the players of Carlo Ancelotti, who are hopeful they can snap a 22-game streak without beating the Reds.

For his part, Liverpool is not far behind. Of the four games, they won three, have 11 goals scored and are the team with the most passes made in the entire league. But what worries Klopp is what happened in the last game, when were smashed by Aston Villa, losing 7-2 without Alisson in goal, who will also be absent this date due to injury. Good news for the Reds is that Sadio Mané Y Thiago Alcantara, who were isolated by coronavirus, will be available for the meeting. The one who misses it is Naby Keïta, who was infected in Guinea with his team.

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The game will be played on the Everton court at 8:30 a.m. (Argentine time) and televises ESPN 2. A key duel to know how the 20-21 season that started just over a month ago will continue. A victory for the Toffees could mean an immense mental boost, and they would continue to make history dreaming of returning to their old glory days, before the Premier in which they won nine championships, the last in 1987. It would also be another blow for Liverpool. Who wins it for you?

Probable lineups:

Everton: Pickford; Coleman, Keane, Godfrey, Nkounkou; Doucouré, Allan, André Gomes; James Rodriguez, Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison.

Liverpool: Adrian; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson; Fabinho, Thiago, Henderson; Salah, Minamino, Mané.

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