On 24 April, Liverpool and Everton will play in the 34th round of the English Premier League derby at Anfield Stadium. Full statistics and all current odds for the match can be viewed at 1xbet application.
Liverpool v Everton: squads
Liverpool have only one man down: Striker Roberto Firmino is likely to miss the game through minor injury.
Nathan Patterson, midfielder Andros Townsend and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are unavailable for Everton due to injury.
Liverpool v Everton: history of head-to-head encounters
In 239 games against Everton since 1894, Liverpool have won 96, drawn 76 and lost 67. In the last 10 games, Liverpool’s advantage is even more impressive: five wins, four draws and only one defeat, which occurred a year ago. The first leg on December 1 ended in a 1-4 win for the Reds.
Liverpool vs Everton predictions
Once upon a time, the Merseyside derby decided the fate of the league title, but now we have suddenly come to see one team fighting for gold and the other for keeping their place in the APL. However, watching Frank Lampard’s work, there is confidence that Everton will not fly out of the Championship. The work of the young coach has finally begun to bear fruit and after a dreadful streak of six defeats in seven games, there were four points in the games against MU and Leicester, and Everton have achieved this due to the finally well-functioning defense, conceding only one goal in 180 minutes. We have seen many times this season, however, how Liverpool’s capable attack can break down a tight defence. At the same time, Everton do not score much. The Toffees have only scored more than one goal in eight games (against Burnley from the relegation zone), so this will not be a problem for Liverpool’s defence.
Everton fans might have had hope for Liverpool’s busy calendar, who have played Manchester City three times in a fortnight, but Tuesday’s game against United quickly turned into a lazy ball rolling that allowed the base to conserve strength in the middle of their busiest stretch of spring. Liverpool have a tough match against Villarreal ahead, so a certain amount of wiggle room can be afforded by Jurgen Klopp’s boys, while Everton will not allow a rout. You can bet on ITU1 (2.5) for 2.00.