Sean Dyche’s presence brought the belief back at Everton that the team can steadily perform enough to stay in the Premier League next season. Liverpool vs Everton will be a great chance to see the level of the visitors against a squad that is past beyond its great days. It seems that Jurgen Klopp can’t find solutions to the current problems as Liverpool sinks further in the Premier League standings. The Merseyside derby though is always unique.
Liverpool vs Everton
Date: Monday, 13 February 2023
Venue: Anfield, Liverpool
Liverpool is winless in its last four Premier League matches since the turn of 2023, scoring just once. The team would sit rock-bottom in the 2023 standings, gaining only one point (equal to Bournemouth’s recent record). In their last encounter, Klopp and his players lost 3-0 to a poorly scoring team such as Wolves. This loss has been added to a consensus being made of three away matches, where Liverpool conceded three times per game (the other ones were a 3-1 loss against Brentford and a 3-0 loss versus Brighton).
There are now questions swirling around Klopp’s future, but also about the abilities of many players on the roster. It is widely presented that the team passed its golden days, screaming for some changes, but no one yet knows what should have happened.
The injury list remains huge as Diogo Jota, Virgil Van Dijk and Luiz Diaz are yet unavailable. We have not seen Arthur Melo since he arrived from Juventus in the summer, a situation that makes every fan very frustrated.
Sean Dyche’s first game as Everton’s head coach proved that every opponent’s life will be miserable facing the Toffees from now on. The former Burnley manager has already made an impact on his new team, winning the league leaders, Arsenal, by 1-0 at Goodison Park on his first game in charge. This performance made clear the fact that the team now has stability and a clear tactical plan, elements that gave the necessary emotional boost to the players. A win here, against their biggest rival, would be a statement for the rest of the season, making the best bookmakers consentrate more on that The first match of the year between those two ended in a winless draw. Dyche’s simplicity is enough versus a team so confused, such as Liverpool, that is unable to fit any plan in its match approach.
Dyche has not had many injury problems for Liverpool vs Everton. The only sidelined players are Andy Lonergan having knee problems and Andros Towsend with his cruciate ligament injury.
Liverpool is offered at 1.55 and Everton at 6.10, with the draw set at 4.35.
The over/under line is set at 2.5 goals, with the over at 1.80 and the under at 2.03.
The Both Teams to Score Option is valued at 1.90, and the “No” is at 1.87.
Under 2,5 Goals @2.03
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