Merseyside derby day has long been a miserable occasion for blue-nosed Liverpudlians, but that won’t stop them from dreaming today. Everton are still winless in the league but a strong showing against Liverpool could kickstart their season. It’s been 12 years since the Reds last lost at Goodison Park, but Jürgen Klopp’s men have been looking shaky of late. It’s not one for the faint-hearted, and you can read on to find out how to watch an Everton vs Liverpool live stream and catch the Premier League online, no matter where you are.
Neal Maupay has finally been given clearance to play for his new club more than a week after signing, and the combative Frenchman starts on the right of a front three, with Demarai Gray down the middle and Anthony Gordon on the left. Dwight McNeil is the man to make way.
Darwin Nunez is back from suspension today and we could even see Diogo Jota return to the matchday squad, while new signing Arthur is unlikely to be involved as he waits for international clearance.
So another derby win at Goodison, then? Into these, Reds!
Darwin Nunez is back in the Liverpool starting lineup on his return from a three-game suspension, at the expense of Roberto Firmino. It’s a bold call by Klopp, as Firmino was one of Liverpool’s standout performers during Nunez’s absence. Andy Robertson has also been dropped in favor of Kostas Tsimikas, and last-minute loan signing Arthur Melo is on the bench.
There have been signs of progress under Frank Lampard, and debutant Maupay should offer a much-needed presence up front to take some of the burden off Gordon and Gray. Those two have been exceptional for the Toffees, and their pace could trouble Liverpool, especially if they get behind the Reds’ marauding fullbacks.
Though Mason Holgate’s injury is yet another setback for Lampard, Conor Coady and James Tarkowski have quickly established a promising central defensive partnership, but it’s set to be tested today. Follow our guide to get an Everton vs Liverpool live stream and watch the Premier League online from anywhere.
How to live stream Everton Vs Liverpool
Everton Vs Liverpool will be shown live on BT Sport. The match will also be available to stream on the BT Sport App.
If you are unable to watch the game, highlights will be made available on the Sky Sports Premier League YouTube channel later this afternoon.
Everton Team News
Frank Lampard’s injury concerns have not lessened in the slightest this week with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Andros Townsend, Ben Godfrey, Yerry Mina, Abdoulaye Doucoure, and Mason Holgate remaining side-lined.
The Everton squad has been boosted by a couple of signings though, with Neal Maupay in line for his first start after his switch from Brighton.
This one will likely come too early for Idrissa Gana Gueye though after he re-signed for the Toffees on deadline day.
Liverpool Team News
As for Liverpool, they’ll be without club captain Jordan Henderson, with the Englishman the latest Reds midfielder to join the club’s injury list.
However, on a more positive note, Jürgen Klopp will be able to welcome Darwin Nuñez back into the fold with his 3-match suspension now complete.
Diogo Jota could also make his first appearance of the season after overcoming his hamstring injury.