Everton – Liverpool live | Brand

Very good morning to all!!! Let’s go with that saturday, that today is derby day in the Premier! Matchday 5 of the English league opens with a hot, historic, emotional derby… in short, Wonderful! Starting at 1:30 p.m., Everton and Liverpool meet at Goodison Park in one of the classics of British football. Both teams face the match as a final despite being at the start of the season. Such is the importance of the appointment that Everton have yet to win in the five games played. A win in the local derby would boost the spirits of the Toffees, and calm things down at Goodison Park. In addition, it could be a big blow for their rival citizens, who in the first six days would have fallen to Manchester United and Everton, their two staunchest rivals. Those of Klopp seem to have overcome their first potholes with the historic 9-0 endorsed to Southampton on matchday 4 and the in extremis 2-1 win against Newcastle on Wednesday.

Once the transfer market is over, with the sale of Richarlison to Tottenham in exchange for 58 million of euros and the transfer of Give Alli to Besiktas after not having offered the expected performance, the Everton maintains the structure of the squad. He has added Amadou Onana, a midfielder from Lille, and Dwight McNeill, a Burnley winger, to the cause, among others. Frank Lampard has before him the opportunity to amend with his experience and wisdom the poor baggage obtained to date, since in the first five games they have only obtained three draws (1-1 against Nottingham Forest, Brentford and Leeds) and two defeats against Chelsea (0-1) and Aston Villa (2-1).

they arrive those of Klopp with the feeling of recovering the form that took them to the final of the last Champions League. It started with three hard setbacks: the draws against Fulham (2-2) and Crystal Palace (1-1) and the 2-1 defeat in the English classic against Manchester United in low hours. However, he equaled against Bournemouth the biggest win in the history of the Premier (9-0 at Anfield), and a 98th-minute 2-1 victory over Newcastle United on Wednesday has propelled the Reds into European places. They are still far from the 15 points of the leader Arsenal and the 13 of the City of the insatiable Haaland, but the irruption of the young Fabio Carvalho, added to the class and experience of Salah, Firmino, Van Dijk, Diogo Jota or Luis Díaz seems that Mané will not be missed.

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Everton – Liverpool live | Brand