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Liverpool - Everton
Premier League - 4 December 2019
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FT: Liverpool 5-2 Everton. Origi (2), Shaqiri, Mane and Wijnaldum ensure the Reds stay eight points clear. Keane and Richarlison were on target for the under-fire Marco Silva's Blues, who drop into the bottom three.
Three minutes added. Everton want the pain to end now.
- GoalGeorginio WijnaldumLiverpool
GOAL! It's five! Wijnaldum puts the icing on the cake with a low finish into the far corner after wonderful skill from Firmino on the left.
Everton's last win at Anfield was back in 1999. That long wait will continue, but is this another sign Liverpool's long wait for a league title could soon be coming to an end?
Everton immediately spring forward and Kean somehow fires wide when put clear by Iwobi. Both sides wondering how they haven't scored there.
Mane runs through again. He's one on one with Pickford, but dallies rounding the keeper and the chance goes begging!
- OffTrent Alexander-ArnoldLiverpool
- OnJoe GomezLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: TAA off, Gomez on.
Liverpool will remain eight points clear of Leicester if they go on to see this match out. Everton will drop into the bottom three. Will it be curtains for Silva?
It should be five. Mane races on to Henderson's raking pass, takes a lovely touch but then fires just wide of the far post.
Another good night versus the Blues for Divock.
Shaqiri fires in a left-wing free kick that Wijnaldum can only guide over the bar.
STAT: Firmino has yet to score against Everton in 8 appearances.
- OffDivock OrigiLiverpool
- OnRoberto FirminoLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Two-goal Origi makes way for Firmino.
- OffAdam LallanaLiverpool
- OnJordan HendersonLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Lallana off, Henderson on.
- OffTom DaviesEverton
- OnMorgan SchneiderlinEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Schneiderlin on for Davies.
Liverpool with a good spell of possession but haven't really carved out much in terms of openings in this second half.
Jordan Henderson looks set to enter the fray for Liverpool.
Davies booked for a late lunge on TAA.
Davies with an effort that Adrian is able to thwart.
Almost 20 minutes into this half and we've not had a goal - what's going on!?
Keane rises to meet the corner but powers his header straight at Adrian.
- OffDominic Calvert-LewinEverton
- OnMoise KeanEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Kean on for Calvert-Lewin.
Milner teases it through for Lallana. The midfielder looks to be in for five... but the flag is up.
Everton are preparing to bring on Kean.
Plenty of Liverpool pressure. Everton looking a tad nervy defending a succession of corners, but just about getting the job done.
Everton have the first chance of note in the second half but Digne curves his free kick over the bar.
Will we have another goal-fest in this half or will both managers have tinkered with tactics to spoil the fun?
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KICK OFF! Everton get us back underway.
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HT: Liverpool 4-2 Everton.
GOAL! Richarlison guides Bernard's cross into the far corner.
Liverpool are running riot!
- GoalSadio ManéLiverpool
GOAL! Liverpool break at speed. TAA feeds Mane and he wastes little time sweeping a first-time finish into the bottom corner.
Super defending by Lovren as he diverts Richarlison's cross behind with DCL lurking for what would have been a tap-in.
Southampton are currently leading Norwich, which means Everton will drop into the bottom three as things stand. Not good news for Marco Silva.
Keane glances a header away from goal after Liverpool's defence had failed to deal with Sigurdsson's right-wing free kick. Iwobi then wastes another opening from the second ball.
Iwobi with an opening - but that's a poor finish. Cue laughs of derision from the Kop.
- OffDjibril SidibéEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Sidibe is hooked. On comes Bernard. Everton likely to change system now.
VIDEO: Origi at the double.
This chap seems to love playing against Everton.
That was some touch from Origi to take down Lovren's ball over the top. Liverpool look capable of scoring every time they press forward here.
- GoalDivock OrigiLiverpool
GOAL! Origi takes Lovren's pass down brilliantly before lobbing Pickford with a wonderful finish.
- Yellow cardRicharlisonEverton
Richarlison booked for a late tackle on Shaqiri.
DID YOU KNOW? Liverpool have not lost a midweek league game to Everton since 1985 (W4, D5).
Elsewhere, Leicester have taken the lead at home to Watford. Vardy on target from the spot.
VIDEO: Everton reduce the arrears.
- Yellow cardTrent Alexander-ArnoldLiverpool
TAA booked for a foul on Digne.
Calvert-Lewin breaks Liverpool'[s offside trap. He races into the area but tumbles under pressure from van Dijk. VAR checks - no penalty.
STAT: Liverpool are still without a clean sheet since 28 September - a run of 13 games in all competitions.
Not a bad start to this derby, hey?
- GoalMichael KeaneEverton
GOAL! Keane gobbles up a chance from close range after getting the better of Lovren as he attacked Iwobi's cross.
Those changes that raised eyebrows are looking rather good for Klopp right now!
- GoalXherdan ShaqiriLiverpool
GOAL! Shaqiri slides the ball into the far corner after making a smart diagonal run on to Mane's pass. TAA had set the Reds in motion with a sensational cross-field ball.
Half chance for Calvert-Lewin just inside the Liverpool box, but he miscues his shot well wide. There were a lot of Liverpool bodies in the way, but he'd like to have that one back.
A great show of solidarity pre-kick off.
VIDEO: Origi's opener.
What a ball from Mane! The weight and vision of that completely bamboozled the Everton defence and Pickford. It made it all too easy for Origi to net his fourth derby goal.
- GoalDivock OrigiLiverpool
GOAL! Origi latches on to Mane's clever through ball, races beyond Pickford and coolly rolls the ball home.
STAT: Everton are without a win in 34 away league matches against established top-six sides (D11, L23).
Robertson surges down the left and fires in a superb centre that Mane heads over the top. Bright start from the home side.
Head to head in the league at Anfield: Liverpool 44 wins, Everton 23 wins, 33 draws.
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KICK OFF! Liverpool get us underway.
DID YOU KNOW? Klopp is one short of recording 100 league wins as Liverpool manager. This is his 159th game at the helm.
If history was wiped and football boiled down to a single year, who would emerge as the best player? That should be the essence of the Ballon d’Or.
Tend to agree with this excellent piece by Ben Snowball.
Silva: "When you play at Anfield it is a fantastic atmosphere to play in. It is a special game for the city and the fans. For sure, it will be a tough game. Let's go and enjoy it and embrace the challenge. Let's go there to play."
Klopp on under-fire Silva: "Of course I have sympathy because I know how difficult the life of a manager can be. But the last thing Marco needs now is that I feel sorry for him - I don't. But I am really on his side because I know about the job. The table tells the full truth in May, not now. Go through Everton's squad, it is really good. It's just not clicking 100% but I don't know why."
And Guardiola isn't the only one wanting Everton to end 20 years of hurt tonight.
Mind games from Pep? Of course. The City boss is looking for a favour from Everton following his side's thumping win at Burnley last night.
Plenty of eyebrows being raised by Jurgen Klopp's team selection. No such drama with Everton as Marco Silva sticks with the side that lost late on at Leicester City. That means three at the back once again for the Toffees.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - LIVERPOOL: Adrian, Alexander Arnold, Van Dijk, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Shaqiri, Origi, Mane... Subs: Kelleher, Gomez, Keita, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Firmino. /// EVERTON: Pickford, Holgate, Mina, Keane, Sidibe, Davies, Sigurdsson, Digne, Iwobi, Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin... Subs: Lossl, Baines, Schneiderlin, Bernard, Walcott, Tosun, Kean.
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