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Merseyside derby: History, when, where & how to watch Everton v Liverpool

The Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool is one of English football's most historic fixtures and a city rivalry that is unique in many ways.

Both clubs have a history of success, though Liverpool's status as giants of the English game means they hold sway over Everton.

Since the turn of the century, the Reds have enjoyed the bragging rights over the Blues in the battle for supremacy on Merseyside.

Merseyside derby Date

The latest Premier League derby clash between the Merseyside rivals takes place on Wednesday, 24th April, 2024.

This will be the 244th encounter between the Blues and the Reds.

Merseyside derby Time

The Goodison Park encounter, which will be Jurgen Klopp’s last Merseyside derby as Liverpool boss, is due to kick off at 8pm BST.

Merseyside Derby Venue/Location

Everton’s home ground of Goodison Park will host the latest clash between Liverpool’s top-flight rivals.

Nine of the last 12 Premier League Merseyside derby encounters at Goodison have finished in draws.

Merseyside derby How to watch

The April clash between Everton and Liverpool will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Merseyside derby Favourite/Odds

Title-hopefuls Liverpool are 2/5 favourites to collect the three points on their short trip across Stanley Park.

Everton are 6/1 to cause an upset and help ease their relegation fears with a win, while the draw can be backed at 4/1.

Most Merseyside derby appearances

Legendary Everton and Wales goalkeeper Neville Southall holds the record for appearances in the fixture with 41.

Southall spent 17 years with the Toffees from 1981-1998, making 578 appearances between the posts.

Most Merseyside derby goals

Liverpool striker Ian Rush holds the record for goals scored in the Merseyside derby, with 25.

Most famously, Rush scored a brace in the 1986 FA Cup Final as Liverpool came from behind to win 3-1 at Wembley.

Rush would do it all again in the 1989 FA Cup decider as Liverpool won 3-2 in an emotional clash at Wembley.

Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

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