The Merseyside derby will see title contenders Liverpool host Everton at Anfield on Sunday, April 24 for their matchday 34 clash in the Premier League 2021-22. The match kicks off at 9:00 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Liverpool vs Everton Premier League 2021-22 standings
Liverpool are second in the EPL 2021-22 points table with 76 points from 33 matches. Jurgen Klopp’s men have won 23 matches, drawn seven and lost just twice this season.
On the other hand, Everton are one place above the relegation zone at 17th, with 29 points from 31 games.
Liverpool vs Everton odds for Premier League 2021-22
Dafabet: Liverpool 1.21, Everton 15.00, Draw 7.60
Bet365: Liverpool 1.18, Everton 15.00, Draw 7.00
10Cric: Liverpool 1.20, Everton 12.80, Draw 7.25
Parimatch: Liverpool 1.18, Everton 18.00, Draw 7.50
Note: Odds are subject to change. Please visit betting sites to check and confirm the latest odds.
Liverpool vs Everton head-to-head
Liverpool and Everton have faced each other 290 times since their first meeting in 1894. The Reds have the superior head-to-head record with 122 wins while Everton have won 83 times. The two have shared the spoils in 85 games.
In the Premier League, Liverpool have won 25 times and Everton 10 times while 24 matches have ended in draws.
Liverpool vs Everton Premier League 2021-22 top picks and players to watch
Liverpool: Focus will once again be on the home team’s sharp front line, featuring Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane. All three were on the scoresheet in the 4-0 drubbing of Manchester United in the previous game.
Everton: Richarlison, who pulled out a last-gasp equaliser against Leicester on Thursday, will be key to Everton’s fortunes at Anfield. Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s work under the sticks will also be crucial if the Toffees are to salvage anything from the encounter.
Liverpool vs Everton Premier League 2021-22 prediction
Liverpool are the bookies’ favourites when it comes to the Merseyside derby. With Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane also firing on all cylinders, the home side is expected to grab all three points.
Everton, meanwhile, are the worst side away from home this season. The Toffees will need to do something out of the box to stand a chance against the Reds and stay away from the relegation zone.