Liverpool will welcome Everton to Anfield for a Premier League clash, with the derby set to kick off at 11:30 GMT.
Liverpool’s form has suffered in recent matches; they have not won in their last two matches, including a loss and a draw. The controversial loss at Tottenham and the draw away to Brighton shows that Klop’s side needs to improve ahead of the derby.
Everton have shown signs of an upturn in form in their last three matches, winning their first two matches of the season in this run. Sean Dyche will look to improve on his side’s form in the derby on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp will be without two players ahead of the derby clash against Everton at Anfield. Right-back Conor Bradley is sidelined with a back injury, the full-back has missed the last 11 matches for the Reds.
Liverpool will also be without Thiago, with the central midfielder lacking in fitness after he was sidelined on September 7th. The Spanish tactician has missed the last 7 matches for Liverpool.Bet here
Sean Dyche will be without right-back Seamus Coleman, with the experienced fullback recovering from a knee injury. The 35-year-old has missed 15 matches for Everton.
Everton are also without the services of Dele Alli, with the 27-year-old attacking midfielder recovering from a partial muscle tear.
Jurgen Klopp is likely to retain the midfield that played at the Amex in their 2-2 draw against Brighton. Mac Allister and Szoboszlaihave fats emerged as indispensable in the Liverpool midfield. The remaining choice will be between Elliot, Endo, and Gravenberch.
Sean Dyche is likely to retain the side that won 3-0 against Bournemouth last time out. This means Doucoure and Calvert-Lewin retaining their positions up-top with J. Harrison and D. McNeil providing the wide runs.
Liverpool will win the home match and bounce back to winning ways in the Premier League.
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