Liverpool and Everton face off in the tie of the FA Cup third round as the rivals meet in a Merseyside derby at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds will be confident of victory given their stunning Premier League form, though Carlo Ancelotti knows a win at Anfield would be the perfect start to life as Toffees boss.
Date: Sunday, January 5th, 2020.
Venue: Anfield, Liverpool.
Kick-off time: 4:01pm GMT.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Everton
The Reds beat the Toffees 5-2 with a minimum of fuss back in December with a weakened XI. While Ancelotti’s arrival should have an impact, expect another Liverpool win.
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How to watch
TV channel: BBC One.
Live stream: BBC iPlayer and our LIVE match blog.
Head to head (H2H) history and results
- Liverpool wins: 120
- Draws: 83
- Everton wins: 82
- Liverpool beat Everton 2-1 in the FA Cup last season, and also won 5-2 in the League at Anfield this term.
- Liverpool to win: 6/5
- Everton to win: Between 12/5 and 5/2
- Draw: Between 13/5 and 11/4
- (Top tip) Liverpool 3-1: 16/1
Odds provided by Betfair Exchange. Click here for more odds.
Liverpool team news: Takumi Minamino is set for his first Liverpool start, with Klopp expected to ring the chances with squad players like Divock Origi, Adam Lallana and Adrian getting game time.
Injury list: Naby Keita, Xherdan Shaqiri (thigh), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (ankle), Joel Matip (knee), Dejan Lovren (thigh), Fabinho, Nathaniel Clyne (knee)
Everton team news: Morgan Schneiderlin is fit to return for the Toffees, while Bernard and Fabian Delph will face late fitness tests.
Injury list: Jean-Philippe Gbamin (thigh), Alex Iwobi (thigh), Andre Gomes (ankle)
Liverpool: Adrian; Williams, Hoever, Phillips, Larouci; Milner, Lallana, Jones; Elliott, Origi, Minamino.
Everton: Pickford; Coleman, Mina, Holgate; Sidibe, Sigurdsson, Delph, Davies, Digne; Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin
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