Live team news, starting lineups, commentary stream, goals and the latest points updates from Anfield as Liverpool take on Everton

The Reds come into play after a hard-fought 2-0 win in the Champions League against RB Leipzig on Tuesday evening and are currently sixth in the Premier League table

Jürgen Klopp’s team will have to do without Fabinho, James Milner and Diogo Jota in the game, but Naby Keita could return after an injury

Start at 5am Paul Gorst and Ian Doyle will be live at Sky Sports in Anfield at 30pm to provide live updates on the action and bring you team news, analysis and reactions

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Jürgen Klopp only laughs when asked about Everton’s team news and the absence of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Allan

Jürgen Klopp is happy to be able to name a changed side. But the reds’ brief preparations clearly make a big difference

We haven’t been able to do that too often this season. That’s one reason we had this one day [to prepare], it really makes a big difference to us

It’s a derby and derbies are historically intense, which means we have to be intense. We have to be calm at the right moments and play football. We also have to be emotional, but steer that in the right direction.

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You are wondering how much boost Liverpool would give and how much distraction it could be for Everton Just a thought

If Everton is looking to end their 22-year waiting for an Anfield win, this is their best chance

It will be interesting to see how good Liverpool are for this game, what happened at Goodison in October, a game that completely changed its season in many ways and not good either

Liverpool hopes they won’t be able to hit a 98-year record today. They haven’t lost four games in a row at Anfield since 1923

That can’t happen today, can it? This is probably Everton’s best chance of winning here in the Premier League in years, but the team seems set up to include their hosts above all

No Dominic Calvert-Lewin will boost at least a provisional Liverpool defense. The English striker is not quite 100 percent and is reserved for the bank

Chris Kavanagh, today’s referee, speaks to captains Jordan Henderson and Seamus Coleman, as well as Jürgen Klopp and Duncan Ferguson

before the game today

As many might have expected, Liverpool remains unchanged. It’s nice that Naby Keita is back in the thick of it today

It’s been a long time since he was involved, over two months in fact Another long hiatus for a Liverpool player

But can it shake off these problems for good and continue to contribute if it risks sounding like the most broken records?

Hopefully today is a good step forward Also Kabak and Henderson are back in the middle

Not ideal for the captain to keep out of position, but guess what

No change for the Liverpool team, but probably the biggest news is on the Everton side, as neither Allan nor Calvert-Lewin are fit enough to start

You can imagine both minutes will see if things don’t go so well for the blues later

So buckle up for another offensive game where the defense is looking for standards and counter attacks in very high winds

As Ian says it will be interesting to see the team for today, but given the lack of real options, especially in the center-back, I don’t expect too many changes today

Everywhere on the pitch Klopp doesn’t have much freedom of movement. Team messages on the way

It won’t be long before the team news and it will be interesting to see whether Klopp would like to make changes to the team that won against RB Leipzig

Chelsea’s draw at Southampton earlier in the day – no less thanks to Minamino – means Liverpool can get back to the top four with a win today

Although they would have to win by three clear goals, that would be a big challenge to be fair

We’ll see if he starts shortly, but it’s a boost for the Reds to have him back

The team from @Everton has arrived safely on the ground, very calmly on Anfield Road #LIVEVE #efc #nsno #coyb picTwittercom / j5ghslNkVw

Jordan Henderson and Ozan Kabak have been Jordan for the last two games, but does Everton’s aerial threat put a snag?

Nat Phillips and even Ben Davies got a call on our LFC casts today

Personally, would I still go for Hendo and Kabak just to try and add a bit of stability?

Andy Robertson believes Liverpool will bounce back from their current sticky patch and win more silver in the future

The Reds ended their hopes of retaining the Premier League title since the turn of the year

Jürgen Klopp’s team has only scored nine points in the last 10 league games – two won, three drawn and five lost

Former Hull City man Robertson admits it was a difficult time for Liverpool – but remains optimistic about what’s to come

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Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the Liverpool Echo on today’s Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton

The Reds come into play after a hard-fought 2-0 win in the Champions League against RB Leipzig on Tuesday evening and are currently sixth in the Premier League table


The Reds are also undefeated in their last 23 encounters against their rivals The Blues haven’t won at Anfield since 1999

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