How Liverpool could do with a reversal of fortunes in the league.
The reigning champions have lost their last three, their once-feared strike force is struggling for goals and goalkeeper Alisson has made a series of previously uncharacteristic errors in recent weeks.
Liverpool's recent struggles led to boss Jurgen Klopp conceding the title after last weekend's 3-1 defeat at Leicester left them 13 points behind Manchester City.
They now need to pick themselves up for the Merseyside derby.
The Toffees aren't in great form themselves, with just one win in their last five league matches.
October's reverse fixture at Goodison Park was a major turning point in Liverpool's season, when Virgil van Dijk limped out with an anterior cruciate knee ligament injury following a knee-high tackle from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
The rock at the heart of the Liverpool defence has not played since, and has been in Dubai since December undertaking a rigorous training regime.
What time is Liverpool vs Everton?
Kick-off at Anfield will be at 5.30pm on Saturday.
It's the third of four games being played today, the final one being the 8pm match between relegation strugglers Fulham vs Sheffield United.
The top three all play on Sunday when Leicester go to Aston Villa, Manchester City visit Arsenal and Manchester United host Newcastle.
Liverpool vs Everton TV channel and live stream
Sky Sports will be showing Saturday's Merseyside derby.
Fans can find the match on the Main Event and Premier League channels, which can be streamed through the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, depending on how you subscribe to Sky Sports.
Coverage begins at 5pm, and will be followed by Fulham vs Sheffield United.
Liverpool vs Everton odds
It has been nearly 22 years since Everton last won a Premier League match at Old Trafford and are 11/2 with Betfred to break that duck.
The Reds are unbeaten in their last 23 meetings in all competitions against their Merseyside rivals with 11 wins and 12 draws – explains why they are 9/20 to win this match.
But the high number of draws could make it an appealing factor to some punters with odds for a point each is 18/5.
Mo Salah at 5/2 and Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin is at 11/2 to fight it out for first goalscorer odds too.
Odds courtesy of Betfred and subject to change.
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