Everton vs. Liverpool live stream: Premier League prediction, TV channel, watch online, start time, odds
Everton vs Liverpool live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture online and on TV today
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Everton host Liverpool in the Merseyside derby today as both sides go in search of a much-needed Premier League victory.
Frank Lampard is still looking for a first league win of the season and has been frustrated by his Everton side’s inability to hold on to leads, after going ahead in their past two games at Brentford and Leeds only to concede late equalisers.
Liverpool have endured a difficult start to the season too, and come into the derby having won only two of their opening five games, the latest of those thanks to a last-gasp winner from Fabio Carvalho to down Newcastle.
Jurgen Kloppadded Juventus midfielder Arthur Melo to his squad on deadline day, while Everton signed Manchester United midfielder James Garner and PSG’s Idrissa Gana Gueye.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of kick-off.
What time is Everton vs Liverpool?
The Merseyside derby kicks off at 12.30pm BST today, Saturday 3 September.
How to watch on TV and online
The match will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport’s main channels. Subscription customers can stream the game via the BT Sport website and app.
Liverpool are without the injured Jordan Henderson, while Thiago Alcantara, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita remain sidelined. Arthur Melo is still awaiting international clearance after his loan move from Juventus on deadline day, and Darwin Nunez is back from suspension. Joel Matip and Diogo Jota could return.
Everton remain without Dominic Calvert-Lewin so new signing Neal Maupay could make his debut up front. Yerry Mina, Ben Godfrey, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Mason Holgate and Andros Townsend are all out.
Harvey Elliott is set to start for Liverpool (The FA via Getty Images)
Everton: Pickford; Patterson, Keane, Coady, Tarkowski, Mykolenko; McNeil, Onana, Iwobi, Gordon; Maupay.
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Elliott, Fabinho, Milner; Salah, Firmino, Luiz.
The home crowd will get behind their team so this will be no formality but if Liverpool get an early goal, they should see out the game. Everton 0-2 Liverpool.
Everton: It has hardly been a riveting start to the new season under Frank Lampard but three straight 1-1 draws do at least have points on the board after a difficult pair of early season games. It seems that Everton are keeping it tight on the scoresheet with a reasonable six goals conceded from five matches but that may just be down to a bright start by Jordan Pickford, who may not have kept a clean sheet, but according to Opta metrics, he is the fifth most effective goalkeeper in terms of goals prevented.
Meanwhile at the other end Anthony Gordon has at least started to find the net with goals in both of his last two games. The addition of Neal Maupay could ease the pressure on the young forward after his failed move to Chelsea.
Liverpool: A battling late victory over Newcastle certainly invigorated Anfield but it was yet another game in which Jurgen Klopp's side had to overcome an early setback, for the fourth time in their last five Premier League matches they conceded the opening goal. To do so at Goodison Park would make a tough task all the more difficult.
"They are tight games most of the time," said Jurgen Klopp ahead of the match. "It'll be a big fight and we cannot ignore that but you have to play football as well. That's the challenge. Newcastle was perfect preparation because it was super intense and showed us what we had to expect. If didn't know it, we know after Wednesday. The last few years I'm involved in most of these draws [8 in 10] but they were all different. They were intense, with a lot of fight."
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