19′ Salah threads it through to Mane, but he turns into trouble on the edge of the box. Keane nicks it off him, but it rebounds into Firmino’s path. He takes the shot early, but it deflects off Holgate to go wide.
17′ Rodriguez wins a free-kick through the middle after being caught by Kabak and he’s standing over it. He keeps his shot low, sending it under the wall, but it’s an easy one for Alisson, who holds onto it.
15′ Richarlison is only the third Everton player to score in back-to-back Premier League appearances at Anfield for the club, after Tim Cahill in March 2006 and Kevin Campbell in October 2000.
13′ Pickford goes long with his clearance and it ends up being a good pass into Richarlison after he got away from Kabak. He has to wait for support to join him which gives Liverpool chance to get back and his cross is blocked.
11′ Alexander-Arnold curls the corner into the near post and Wijnaldum pulls away from Digne to get to it. He flicks his header on, but can’t direct it on target, sending it just wide of the woodwork.
9′ Salah breaks quickly through the middle and he touches it out to Mane on the left. He whips an early cross into the box for Firmino, but Pickford reads it well and comes off his line to Bioreports News it away.
7′ It’s better from Liverpool now as they patiently keep possession and Alexander-Arnold plays a good throughball into Salah. He squares it into the middle for Mane, but it’s cut out by Keane.
5′ Everton are causing Liverpool some early problems as they keep the pressure on. Rodriguez is picked out in the middle again, but he’s brought down by Robertson before he can pick out a team-mate.
3′ Rodriguez gets his head up to spot Richarlison’s run and plays a first-time throughball into him to get him in on goal.
3′ EVERTON LEAD! Doucoure wins the ball back in midfield and he nods it to Rodriguez. Richarlison times his run perfectly to get on the end of his pass before he hits his shot across goal, beating Alisson and finding the far bottom corner. 1-0 Everton!
1′ Everton win an early corner and Coleman whips it into the box for the visitors. It misses everyone at the near post and ends up hitting Godfrey, but he can’t sort his feet out quick enough to get it on target.
1′ Davies gets the game underway for Everton!
The teams are out on the pitch now, with kick-off just moments away.
Liverpool haven’t lost four consecutive Premier League matches since December 2002 under Gerard Houllier.
Carlo Ancelotti makes three changes to the team that lost to Manchester City on Wednesday, with Coleman, Rodriguez and Gomes all coming in. Iwobi and Sigurdsson drop to the bench, where Calvert-Lewin and Allan are named after returning from injury. Yerry Mina is out with a calf problem.
Jurgen Klopp was clearly happy with his side’s performance against Leipzig in midweek as he names an unchanged line-up today, which means Firmino makes his 200th Premier League appearance for the club.
EVERTON SUBS: Bernard, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Niels Nkounkou, Allan, Alex Iwobi, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Robin Olsen, Joshua King, Tyler Onyango.
EVERTON STARTING XI (4-5-1): Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman, Mason Holgate, Michael Keane, Ben Godfrey; James Rodriguez, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Tom Davies, Andre Gomes, Lucas Digne; Richarlison.
LIVERPOOL SUBS: Nathaniel Phillips, Neco Williams, Ben Davies, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Divock Origi, Konstantinos Tsimikas, Xherdan Shaqiri, Adrian.
LIVERPOOL STARTING XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ozan Kabak, Jordan Henderson, Andy Robertson; Thiago Alcantara, Georginio Wijnaldum, Curtis Jones; Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane.
Liverpool have slipped down to sixth in the table after losing their last three games, and they’re without a win in five at Anfield, having lost the last three at home. They do come into today on the back of a win though after a 2-0 away win at RB Leipzig in the Champions League. As for Everton, they would go level on points with their rivals with a win today. They’ve won just one of their last six in the league, but have been good away from home recently, going unbeaten in their previous seven on the road (W5 D2).
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