Paul Merson predicts Everton v Liverpool FC in Merseyside derby

Paul Merson predicts Everton v Liverpool FC in Merseyside derby

Paul Merson predicts Everton v Liverpool FC in Merseyside derby

And Mo was the focus of some of the media's questions.

"But of course you can imagine we try everything to make him available".

There's still plenty of goals without the Egyptian, though - taking his 29 strikes out of the equation, and Liverpool still have 46 league goals this term, which is eight more than Everton have managed. We were deeper than in other moments of the game but that's what you expect against a team like this.

"It is a derby game after all and it is an important game for the club and the supporters". The people have the dreams, the expectations and ambitions.

Klopp was unusually tight lipped about his team selection plans and the status of Liverpool's injuries.

"Thank god, Danny is here and in good shape", Klopp said.

Klopp said: 'I don't want to give anything away and I want to wait. Everything went right for Jürgen Klopp's charges, who attacked with customary incision and defended as though their lives depended on it. The night and the result will live long in the memory. I'd never do that. But sometimes it's about changing the circumstances.

"We've got to be ready to compete". Everton have had the fourth-lowest amount of shots on goal all season (302) and that has been a huge problem as the frontline seems to be on different wavelengths. They have a good home record.

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"The players can do it if they really believe it".

"I personally don't think I could have done much more with the staff I've got in the period of time I've been working here with these players who were in an extremely hard position before I arrived", Allardyce explained.

"I can not make Mo available because it's the derby". I hope we can go without that tomorrow.

Klopp was asked if he had one eye on the Man City game when it comes to selecting his team.

Liverpool can further cement their place in the top four this weekend by beating rivals Everton at Goodison Park.

Rooney had a game to forget last weekend. "Won't risk Salah against Everton even if he was 100% fit" the Reds manager was quoted saying. They can't be involved'.

Everton, in ninth place with 40 points, come into this game just about emerging from a disgusting run of form that included no wins in seven games in all competitions.

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