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Everton - Liverpool

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Everton v Liverpool

Goodison Park

Saturday, 11 December

Kick-off: 1245 GMT

BIG-MATCH FACTS

# EVERTON and Liverpool go head-to-head this Saturday lunchtime for the 198th Merseyside derby. It is also their 171st League clash, making it the second most common fixture in English top flight football, behind the Toffees' meetings with Aston Villa. Everton will claim to be "Kings of Mersyside" standing four places and nine points ahead of their fierce rivals, but Liverpool are on the look-out for a fifth successive Premiership victory at Goodison Park.

# Victory will see the Blues leapfrog Arsenal, who don't play until Sunday, and rise to second place for the first ever time in an established Premiership table (established being defined as after the first three games of the season). Eleven of Everton's 13 Premiership matches that have ended in a conclusive result have been by a one-goal margin (nine wins, two losses). They have won six games 1-0, and lost two 0-1.

# The Toffees are striving for a first win in eight Premiership matches with Liverpool and a second in ten at home against them.

# LIVERPOOL cross Stanley Park in pursuit of only their second away win of this Premiership season, buoyed by a magnificent 3-1 home win against Olympiakos, when they came from behind and achieved the two goal victory required for qualification to the Champions League knock out stages, courtesy of a wonder strike from Steven Gerrard.

# Rafael Benitez Reds' are unbeatable in the Premiership this season when a clean sheet has been attained, but conversely have yet to secure a point when failing to score.

# The Reds dispelled their blues in this corresponding fixture last season, when the quality of finishing made the difference between the teams. While Wayne Rooney spurned four good scoring chances for Everton, Michael Owen scored twice and Harry Kewell chipped in with his first for the club.

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Referee:

Steve Bennett (Orpington)

# Steve Bennett has produced two red cards in the nine Premiership games he's overseen this season, with both of the players concerned belonging to these participating clubs. Tim CAHILL was dismissed for a second bookable offence in Everton's 0-1 victory at Middlesbrough on 11 September, and JOSEMI was sent off when shown two yellow cards during Liverpool's 2-4 victory at Fulham on 16 October.

SEQUENCES/RECENT FORM

EVERTON

# 3rd 33 points

Highest achievable after Saturday's games: 2nd

Lowest could realistically fall: 3rd

# Unbeaten in four Premiership matches.

# Won three and drawn one in the top flight since losing 3-1, away to Arsenal in the Carling Cup on 9 November.

# Lost three of 16 League games this season.

# Claimed 10 points from a possible 12, since losing 1-0 away to Chelsea on 6 November.

# Won 10 times in the highest League. Only Chelsea (12) have won more.

# Like Liverpool, Everton have finished all square in three top tier matches. Only Fulham have drawn on fewer occasions (two).

# Lost three Premiership matches this season. Only Chelsea (one) and Arsenal and Manchester United (two each) have been beaten in fewer matches.

# Conceded 14 times in the top flight. Only Chelsea (six) and Manchester United (10) have shipped fewer goals.

# Kept seven clean sheets in the highest echelon (winning six, and drawing one). Only Chelsea (11) and Manchester United (eight) have managed more block-outs.

# Only Premiership club holding a 100% record when scoring first. Won all eight matches, in which the lead has been taken.

# One of four clubs to have turned round at half time in the lead in only one Premiership game. Gone in at the break level in 13 of their 16 matches so far.

# Still made their best ever start to a Premier League season. The previous best after the first 16 games was 29 points in 2002/03 when finished seventh.

# Gathered 16 more points than at this identical stage last season.

# Last nine Premiership victories have all been by one goal margins.

# All three League losses have been to London clubs - Arsenal (h), Tottenham (h) and Chelsea (a).

# Only one of their three League defeats has been by more than a single goal (1-4, home to Arsenal on the opening day, 15 August).

# Scored more than a single goal twice in the last 13 top tier engagements (2-3 away to Norwich on 23 October, and 3-2 home to Bolton on 4 December).

# Won by more than a single goal once in the top division this term (1-3 away to Crystal Palace on 21 August).

# Won the last two at Goodison Park - both Premiership.

# Unbeaten in five home League and Cup games.

# Won four games and drawn one of the last five in all competitions at home.

# One three and drawn one of the last four in the Premiership at Goodison, since losing 0-1 to Tottenham on 2 October.

# Failed to score only once at home.

LIVERPOOL

# 7th 24 points

Highest achievable after Saturday's games: 6th

Lowest could realistically fall: 9th

# Conceded one goal in each of the last five League and Cup games.

# Like Everton, Liverpool have finished all square in three top tier matches. Only Fulham have drawn on fewer occasions (two).

# Lost the lead six times in highest League contests. Only Newcastle (10 times) have lost the advantage more often.

# Gone 19 top flight encounters since a goalless draw.

# Lost by more than a single goal only once in 22 Premiership contests.

# Hold a 100% record when a clean sheet has been kept in the Premiership (three out of three).

# Lost all four League matches in which failed to score.

# Unbeaten in the eight League games in which scored the opening goal (five wins, three draws).

# Scored only once in the first 15 minutes of Premiership matches, but not conceded in that first quarter-hour segment.

# Only six of their 24 points have been secured on the road.

KEY PLAYER NOTES/POTENTIAL MILESTONES

EVERTON

# Boast the joint highest number of players to have figured in every Premiership game this season (six).

# Marcus BENT, Tony HIBBERT, Kevin KILBANE, Nigel MARTYN, Alessandro PISTONE and Alan STUBBS have played at least some part in every one of the Toffees' League games this term.

# If he plays, BENT will be making his 100th appearance in English top flight football.

# If he keeps goal from the kick off, Nigel MARTYN will be making his 50th Premiership start for Everton.

# Kevin CAMPBELL is one strike away from totalling 100 career English top flight goals.

LIVERPOOL

# Harry KEWELL, who scored in last season's corresponding fixture, chalked up his goal in 33 games, when netting in the 1-1 draw at Aston Villa last Saturday.

# Milan BAROS is the Premiership joint fourth highest scorer with seven goals.

# Jamie CARRAGHER is the only remaining player to have figured in every minute of everyone of Liverpool's Premiership matches.

# If he plays, Sami HYYPIA will be making his 200th Premiership appearance for Liverpool. He'll be the first Finn and 17th foreign player to reach such a milestone in the Premiership, and seventh player and first foreigner in the Liverpool squad to achieve 200 Premiership appearances for the Anfield club.

LAST SEASON'S CORRESPONDING GAME:

Everton 0-3 Liverpool

Goodison Park - Ref: Mike Riley

Liverpool scorers: Owen 39, 52, Kewell 80

HEAD TO HEAD TOTALS

League: Everton 54 wins, Liverpool 62, Draws 54

Prem: Everton 6 wins, Liverpool 8, Draws 10

HEAD TO HEAD at Everton

League: Everton 31 wins, Liverpool 27, Draws 27

Prem: Everton 4 wins, Liverpool 4, Draws 4

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Die möglichen Aufstellungen für das Merseyside-Derby :eek:

Everton: Martyn - Hibbert, Weir, Stubbs, Pistone - Kilbane, Carsley, Gravesen, Cahill - Ferguson, Bent

FC Liverpool: Kirkland - Finnan, Carragher, Hyppiä, Riise - Hamann - Sinama-Pongolle, Xabi Alonso, Gerrard, Kewell - Baros (Mellor)

Ich hoffe auf einen neuerlichen Erfolg meiner Reds und glaube Benitez wird das Team auswärts so ähnlich wie gegen die Gunners aufstellen - also Hamann in der defensiven Rolle vor der Abwehr und Gerrard und Xabi Alonso abwechselnd als offensive Mittelfeldleute. Nach seiner starken Vorstellung gegen Olympiakos rechen ich fix mit Flo Sinama-Pongolle als Rechtsaussen, Harry Kewell ist, wie die letzten Spiele eindeutig bewiesen haben, als Linksausen wesentlich stärker und gefährlicher, denn als 2. Stürmer...vielleicht erhält Neil Mellor auf Grund seines Erfolgserlebnisses gegen die Griechen den Vorzug gegenüber dem (noch) nicht fitten Milan Baros... :clever: Die Bank könnte jedenfalls entscheidend sein, während Liverpool noch Mellor/Baros oder Sinama-Pongolle (falls dieser nicht spielt) den Spanier Nunez zur Verfügung hat, sind bei den Toffees mMn lediglich noch Leon Osman u. James McFadden beachtenswert... :betrunken:

mein Tipp: 1:2 für den FC Liverpool (Tore: Bent bzw. Gerrard, Sinama-Pongolle) :v:

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Ich seh die Toffees trotz der Tabellensituation nicht als Favorit, ich glaube an den Sieg und den damit beginnenden Absturz der Blauen! :finger:

Der Post ist von einem gebürtigen Scouser, ich finds super was er da ganz unten über seinen Vater sagt :lol::D

I know for some Liverpool fans that consider the Man United games more "important" than the gold old merseyside derby, which to me is extremely strange as I dont know any league game or any game with the exceptions of cup finals that are more important to me than the derby game.

Over the past few years the traditional "friendly derby" atmosphere between the fans has gone and the rivalry is now bigger than ever. Tomorrows derby at goodison is even more important to us with being so far behind everton in the league!

A win is essential

COME ON YOU REDS LETS STUFF EM.

OH YEAH AND PS DAD FUCK OFF I AINT SPEAKIN TO YOU NOW FOR 25 HOURS AND THEN ONLY IF WE WIN YOU BLUE NOSE CUNT

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Spiel ist am laufen :

Liverpools Aufstellung, doch etwas überraschend :

Kirkland - Riise, Carragher, Hyppia, Josemi - Hamann, Diao, Gerrard - Kewell, Mellor, Pongolle

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Hab die Partie im TV verfolgt ... keine schlechte Partie!

Everton hate chancen auf das 2:0, aber es ging schlag auf schlag, das 2:0 lab ebenso am Fuß wie der Ausgleich!

Das Publikum war ein Traum, und das Stadion rastete nach dem Schlusspfiff fast vor Jubel aus ... da wär ich gern dabei gewesen.

Das Tor ... einfach genial wie Carsley da abgezogen hat :super:

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