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PostParadise on Sun 02 Dec 2018, 4:56 pm

Liverpool vs Everton
Premier League 2018-19
Venue: Anfield, Liverpool
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Kick-off: 4:15pm GMT

Jurgen Klopp must restore Liverpool's confidence following a Champions League setback as they host Everton at Anfield in Sunday's Merseyside derby.

Liverpool lost 2-1 to PSG in Paris - their third away loss of the group stages - on Wednesday night to leave the Reds on the verge of exiting the Champions League at the first hurdle.

But there is little time to contemplate that European disappointment as Liverpool take on Marco Silva's Toffees in another fierce local derby.

Follow all the latest news and build-up with Standard Sport's LIVE blog. Scroll down for predictions, betting tips and odds, TV channel, head to head history and live stream information.
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Good morning and welcome to the Evening Standard's LIVE coverage of the first Merseyside Derby of the season.
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Merseyside derby head to head history

Liverpool have the edge in the past 231 Merseyside derby meetings with 92 wins, while Everton have taken 66 wins with 73 draws between them.

Here's a look at some classic derbies over the years...

Liverpool 3-2 Everton 2, 1999

A match memorable as much for the on-field antics of Robbie Fowler as the game itself. Olivier Dacourt stunned Anfield with a goal after just 41 seconds but Fowler restored parity with a 15th-minute penalty.

However, his controversial celebration - pretending to sniff the byline in front of the away end in response to taunts - provoked a hostile response from visiting fans and ultimately landed the striker with a four-match ban.
Fowler added a second shortly afterwards and Patrik Berger's 20-yard volley made it 3-1 with eight minutes to go but Francis Jeffers' strike set up a frantic finish.

Everton 4-4 Liverpool, 1991

One of the most dramatic derbies of all time was an FA Cup fifth-round replay at Goodison Park. The first match had been goalless but the second could not have been more different.

Three times Liverpool took the lead in normal time, twice through Peter Beardsley and once through Ian Rush, but two from Graeme Sharp and one from Tony Cottee saw the hosts equalise each time. John Barnes put Liverpool ahead again in extra-time but once more Cottee levelled.

It was to prove Kenny Dalglish's final match in his first spell as manager, the Scot telling the club of his intention to leave the following day. Everton won the second replay 1-0.

Liverpool 3-2 Everton, 1989

The all-Merseyside FA Cup final was played out against the backdrop of the Hillsborough disaster just weeks before.

John Aldridge's early opener was cancelled out by Stuart McCall in stoppage time, with the Toffees midfielder levelling again when Rush came off the bench to score in extra-time.

However, the Reds striker was not to be denied and hit the winner.

Everton 3-3 Liverpool, 2013

The best recent match between the sides was a humdinger at Goodison Park five years ago.

There was drama from the off as Philippe Coutinho's opener was cancelled out inside 10 minutes by Kevin Mirallas. Luis Suarez restored Liverpool's lead and that was the way it stayed until Romelu Lukaku equalised 18 minutes from time

The home fans were delirious when the Belgian put Everton ahead 10 minutes later but substitute Daniel Sturridge earned Liverpool a point with an 89th-minute header.

Liverpool 3-2 Everton, 1970

A match memorable for its second-half fireworks with all five goals scored in the final 34 minutes. The visitors went ahead through Alan Whittle barely 10 minutes after the interval and, when Joe Royle doubled their lead just past the hour, it seemed the points were heading back across Stanley Park.

However, Steve Heighway crucially pulled one back just six minutes after Everton's second. The winger then crossed for John Toshack, signed from Cardiff 10 days previously, to head home his first goal for the club with Chris Lawler completing the turnaround six minutes from the end.

Liverpool 7-4 Everton, 1933

The highest-scoring Merseyside derby in its long history. Harold Barton scored a hat-trick as the Reds ran riot, with Alf Hanson, Tom Morrison, Harrold Taylor and Syd Roberts also on target for Liverpool.

Meanwhile Dixie Dean grabbed a double for the visitors, alongside strikes from Tommy Johnson and Jimmy Stein.
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Matip not thinking about Liverpool exit and vows to fight for first-team role

Joel Matip has dismissed suggestions that he is considering his Liverpool future just yet, insisting he cannot afford such distractions during the season.

The 27-year-old has started just three of the Reds’ 18 matches so far this term, with Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk and Dejan Lovren often preferred at centre-back by Jurgen Klopp.

The contract Matip signed following a 2016 free transfer from Schalke will have just a year to run at the end of the current campaign, meaning the defender is likely to face a decision over whether to leave in search of regular football this summer.

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But, for now, he is focused solely on increasing his chances of featuring in Klopp’s starting XIs more regularly this season.

Matip told Standard Sport: “I only concentrate now on the season on Liverpool and there’s nothing else in my mind. Everything else would only distract me.

“I’ve got to wait for my opportunity, I have to work hard - this is the life of a player.

“I try to be in the best form I can be and to be ready if I had to be.”

Liverpool will hope to prevent local rivals Everton dealing a blow to their Premier League title push when the two neighbours meet at Anfield on Sunday.

And Matip is looking forward to an occasion he describes as ‘special’ for both players and fans alike.

He added: “It’s something special for the players, for the people of the town, because with two big clubs like Everton and Liverpool in one town that’s something special.

“For all the supporters this is a special game. If you are in the stadium then you already feel it’s something different. 

“You see the atmosphere and then you know that the next 90 minutes it will be [difficult]. Every game is a fight but this will be a massive fight. 

“[If you lose] nobody wants to talk to an Everton fan the next day. I think it means a lot to all the people and to us.”

Matip was speaking at an Ability Counts session as part of the LFC Foundation and Everton in the Community’s Respect 4 All inclusion programme.

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