Liverpool fans will be licking their lips at the chance to get revenge over Everton this week.

Everton are 13/2 with Grosvenor Sport while Liverpool are the heavy favourites 2/5 and a draw is 4/1.

The last time these two met, Liverpool were in poor form and lost at home to their city rivals for the first time in over 20 years.

However, ahead of this match, it is a completely different story.

Despite a positive start to life under former Reds boss Rafa Benitez, Everton find themselves on a seven-match winless run in the league with their last win dating back to September.

On the other side, Liverpool are piling on the pressure in the title race and find themselves just two points behind league leaders Chelsea.

All indicators point to a big Liverpool win but can Benitez pull a surprise on his former employers at Goodison Park?


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Team stats

In terms of both teams scoring, Everton have finished six of their 13 league matches this way while Liverpool have picked up five matches.

Liverpool have the league's best return in terms of over 2.5 goals with 85% and Grosvenor Sport has priced it at 11/20.

Players to watch

Mo Salah was officially crowned the seventh best player in the world - which is a complete understatement if you ask me.

The Egyptian winger is in superb form at the moment and is already making his claim well-known to his fellow rivals for the Golden Boot this season with 11 Premier League goals already this side of Christmas.

Diogo Jota's double at the weekend shows to Portuguese winger is hungry for goals and is currently three from two.


This will be the 237th meeting between the two sides with Liverpool boasting 93 wins to Everton's 67 along with 76 draws.

Last season, Everton picked up their first win at Anfield since 1999.

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