Marco Silva‘s fortunes could hardly be any more different with the manager hanging by a thread after back-to-back defeats against Norwich and Leicester left the Toffees just two points clear of the relegation zone. Follow all the action live:
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When is it?
Liverpool vs Everton kicks off at 8.15pm (BST) on Wednesday 4 December.
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Liverpool may be without the likes of Alisson and Fabinho for this clash, but there’s no doubting the gulf in quality that separates these two teams. The European champions are glowing with confidence and self-belief, even if they’ve secured a few recent wins by the skin of their teeth. Everton, however, are stuck in a rut – and certainly don’t look placed to stop their long-term rivals in their tracks. This should be a walkover for Klopp’s team. Liverpool 3-1 Everton
Liverpool to win: 2/5
Everton to win: 8/1
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