The 243rd Merseyside derby takes place this Saturday, as Liverpool and Everton go head-to-head at Anfield in the Premier League early kick-off.
The Reds go into the clash unbeaten in the last four meetings, with Everton failing to score in the last three encounters.
The Blues are currently 10 points behind their rivals, but head into Saturday’s game off the back of an impressive win prior to the international break.
Liverpool to win and BTTS - 7/5
In their last seven Premier League matches, Liverpool to win and both teams to score has landed and injury issues for the hosts may offer hope to Everton.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have so far played 11 competitive matches this season and have kept just two clean sheets - conceding 11 goals during that run.
Meanwhile, Everton have been amongst the goals on the road - scoring nine times in their last four away games in all competitions.
Mohamed Salah to score at anytime - 10/11
Liverpool’s ‘Egyptian King’ Mo Salah has an impressive record against their city rivals, having scored four goals in their last five derby meetings.
He also comes into this clash in good goalscoring form, having bagged twice in the recent draw at Brighton and having found the net five times in the last seven league games.
It’s also worth noting that the Reds have been awarded two penalties in their last three Premier League matches and Salah successfully converted both of them.
The home side are expected to be without first-choice left-back Andy Robertson, who injured his shoulder while on international duty with Scotland.
There is a chance Cody Gakpo could be named on the bench after making a quicker than expected recovery from a knee injury, while Diogo Jota is available again after suspension.
Idrissa Gueye is expected to return to the matchday squad for the visitors after sitting out the win over Bournemouth, having suffered a knock during the warm-up.
Everton are still without injured trio Seamus Coleman, Andre Gomes and Dele Alli.
Anfield has again been a fortress for Liverpool this season, with Klopp’s men having won three from three on home turf this term. That run of wins has extended their unbeaten home record to 15 matches.
One boost for the Reds is the return from suspension of Portuguese star Jota, with Liverpool winning the last three games in which the former Wolves man has scored.
Everton have lost just one of their last seven Premier League away games (two wins/four draws), which includes a 3-1 win at Brentford in their last match on the road.
Sean Dyche’s men lead the Premier League stats in Tackles Made, with 162 in their eight games to date.
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