They say the form book goes out of the window when it’s the derby, but both teams have hit a resurgence in their seasons of late which could make for a great encounter at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime.
Liverpool were hit with a blow over the international break in that Adam Lallana will miss the clash, and several weeks of action, but equally important to Everton, Séamus Coleman faces a long stretch on the sidelines after suffering a leg break whilst playing for Ireland against Wales.
The match gets underway at 12.30pm GMT — that’s 7.30am New York, 4.30am California, 10.30pm Sydney, 7.30pm Singapore, 3.30pm Dubai and 2.30pm in Nairobi.
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Rest of the world (TV)
Fans can find the match on the following channels worldwide:
Ariana TV, SuperSport 4 Digitalb, beIN Sports Arabia 2, SuperSport 3 Africa, Flow Sports Premier, DIRECTV Sports, Optus Sport, DAZN, Idman TV, Star Sports Select, Play Sports 1, VOOsport World 1, Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique, SportKlub 1, ESPN Brasil, Astro SuperSport 3, Diema Sport 2, TSN4, CCTV 5, Guangdong Sports Channel, QQsports Live, Sky HD, Cytavision Sports 1, DIGI Sport 1, TV3+, SFR Sport 1, OTE Sport 1, 620 PLTV, Spiler TV, Stoo 2 Sport, beIN Sports 1 (Indonesia), BT Sport 1 / 4K UHD (UK & Ireland), J Sports 2, Spo TV 1, SuperSport Kosova 2, Viasat Sport Baltic, GO Sports, Ziggo Sport Select, Skynet Myanmar, Tv2 Sumo, Eurosport Romania, Match TV Game, Movistar TV Futbol, Idman TV, Futbol TV, NBCSN, K + 1.
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