Everton and Liverpool are gearing themselves up for another potential intriguing Merseyside derby next Monday, December 19, 2016 at Goodison Park.
Just like many high profile derby, that match should attract strong attention from football lovers along with betting enthusiasts, who are looking to place some cash.
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Switching back into the upcoming derby, Everton got themselves in the best possible situation before hosting their rival as The Toffees had just beaten Arsenal 2-1.
That victory ended their recent five games winless run, which should provide that needed morale boost they strongly required before facing Liverpool.
Starting the season pretty well, Ronald Koeman’s men currently found themselves in eight place, somewhat 11 points behind their city rival.
Obviously not a pretty sight for the Toffees for now, but that all can easily change should they are able to defeat Jurgen Klopp’s men next Monday.
Playing in front of their loyal crowd at Goodison Park will certainly be a plus point for Koeman’s men as they can count on their fans support to give that extra energy.
However, it won’t be an easy task in beating Liverpool as they are now putting on a pretty solid display and currently competing for the title.
Klopp’s boys surely won’t be short on confidence ahead of their trip as they also picked up all three points on their midweek battle, beating Middlesbrough 3-0.
Some players absentees might still be an issue for The Reds, but just like in midweek, it seems that they are capable of handling it, at least going forward.
Liverpool will once again rely on their relentless pressing game and fluid attacking display to overcome their opponent, while hoping that their defense can hold things together this time.
As many might know, The Reds’ defense haven’t been looking super great so far this season, especially in the previous games before their midweek win.
Klopp seemingly had it improved against Boro, but the question will still arise when facing Everton that have a quite intriguing attacking line up with Romelu Lukaku leading the line.
Liverpool’s goal keeping issue is also set to be tested again, though it will be interesting on who will be the one picked to be that last line of defense this time around, Simon Mignolet or Loris Karius.
As for the bookies, they actually are tipping Liverpool to take away all three points from that math with the odds for it being set at 1.909.
Meanwhile, a home win for Everton itself is only valued at 4.00, which is even lower compared to a potential draw result placed at 3.60.