Everton are unbeaten in their three such games at Anfield, drawing in February 1998 and January 2009, and winning 1-0 in September 1999. The Merseyside derby has finished 0-0 more often than any other fixture in Premier League history, with the reverse meeting between Everton and Liverpool this season the 12th time the match has finished goalless.
Dyche will be looking to use his former Burnley players to his advantage Liverpool vs Everton: What has been said? Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking at his pre-match press conference: “After the game we played against Wolves, we have to show a reaction again. “I know our people want to see that – we have to show that. This is not a time we wanted to have or a time we are happy to be in but I think it is a time where we can show, if we want to, that the club is really special. “The boys delivered a lot of great moments in the last few years but in this moment we are fighting to change the situation in a better direction. “I believe the better you behave in the lower moments the quicker you get in the better moments again and the more success we have because we are still together. ” Getty Images Jordan says Klopp should answers journalists’ questions and ‘dismantle’ them Liverpool vs Everton: Match facts Since the resumption of the Premier League following the World Cup break, Liverpool forward Darwin Núñez has had more shots (22) and shots on target (10) without scoring than any other player in the competition.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has been involved in 99 Premier League goals in 103 games at Anfield (70 goals, 29 assists). He could become the 13th player to reach 100 goal involvements at a single ground in the competition, while if he does it in this match, he would be the third quickest after Alan Shearer at Ewood Park (74 games) and Thierry Henry at Highbury (92 games). Just two of the 22 individual managers to have taken charge of Everton in a league Merseyside derby have won their first ever meeting with Liverpool (D12 L8) – Joe Royle in November 1994 and Dick Molyneux in October 1894.
Commentary will then come from Sam Matterface, former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy and former Everton striker Kevin Campbell. talkSPORT. com will also be running a live blog of all the action. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. u can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. Everton got off to a dream start under Dyche Pep issues Haaland injury update amid confusion on who Man City's penalty taker is Southampton weigh up move for Marsch, but also long-time admirers of Argentine manager Will Ferrell rips into Gary Neville during surprise Super Sunday appearance Rashford run continues as he goes past Man United legend for Prem goals in win over Leeds Liverpool eye goalkeeper to challenge Alisson as 'exceptional' Klopp favourite could quit Arsenal and Brighton contacted by Howard Webb after 'significant' VAR errors Liverpool vs Everton: Team news Liverpool remain without Luis Diaz and Arthur Melo but both are slowly making their way back.
Liverpool vs Everton LIVE: Thiago out as Dyche aims to pile more misery on KloppStruggling Liverpool face bitter rivals Everton in a huge Merseyside derby at Anfield on Monday evening and all the action is live on talkSPORT. Jurgen Klopp’s side are sat in tenth in the Premier League and are winless in four as their car crash campaign continues. Getty Klopp’s side are in diabolical form at the moment After an embarrassing defeat to Wolves last time out, the Reds are 11 points off the top four and Everton will be hoping to continue their misery.
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And they head into the clash following a superb result in Sean Dyche’s first game in charge of the Toffees. James Tarkowski’s goal was enough to secure an impressive 1-0 win against league leaders Arsenal which moved them closer to safety. Dyche will now manage his first derby and the stakes couldn’t be higher with three points not only benefiting themselves but also extending their rivals’ barren run. Liverpool vs Everton: talkSPORT coverage This huge Premier League clash will take place on Monday, February 13. Kick-off at Anfield is scheduled for 8pm. talkSPORT will have EXCLUSIVE live coverage of the game presented by Adrian Durham.
Sean Dyche will be the 10th manager whose first such game is away from home, with none of the previous nine winning (D4 L5). Including their winner against Arsenal last time out, three of Everton’s last five Premier League goals have come from corners. Just three of their previous 30 in the competition had come from such situations. Everton are looking to win consecutive Premier League games for the second time this season, previously beating West Ham and Southampton in September/October. However, the Toffees have won just two of their last 27 away games in the competition (D7 L18).
Liverpool have failed to score in their last three Premier League games, as many times as in their previous 65 matches combined. They last went four league games without a goal in January 2021, with the fourth game in that run a 1-0 home defeat to Sean Dyche’s Burnley. Liverpool are winless in their four Premier League games so far in 2023 (D1 L3), netting just one goal so far. Only once in the Premier League era have they had a longer winless run at the start of a calendar year (5 games in 2017). This is the eighth Premier League meeting between Liverpool and Everton on a Monday, with no fixture being played on the day more often.
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