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Liverpool vs Everton: Details For The Live Stream, Television, And kickoff

Liverpool vs Everton

In the Merseyside derby, Jurgen Klopp hopes to lead Liverpool back to victory, while Sean Dyche, managing Everton, hopes to produce another unexpected outcome

Rudderless Monday’s Merseyside derby between Liverpool and a revitalized Everton is expected to be fiercely contested.

Even though the two teams are separated by ten places in the Premier League, Everton’s unexpected 1-0 victory over title-chasing Arsenal last Saturday and Liverpool’s dismal form of just one win in seven games in 2023 have given the Toffees hope that they can achieve just their second victory on hostile territory since 1999.

Hours before Jurgen Klopp’s team suffered a humiliating 3-0 loss away to Wolves, Sean Dyche led his new club to a hard-earned victory over Arsenal due to a header from James Tarkowski.


When it became known that midfielder Thiago Alcantara will be out of play for the next month, Liverpool experienced additional irritation over the weekend. When Everton travels over Stanley Park, as the Reds did in September for a dismal 0-0 stalemate, the Spanish midfielder’s absence increases the list of players that Klopp won’t be able to call upon.

The Liverpool manager said in his pre-game press conference that the players are back in training but at different stages. “Diogo [Jota] is the closest; he currently trains normally for two days, and we have three more days of training left for him; I believe he has a chance of making the squad.

“I’m not sure who will come after Bobby [Firmino]. We must decide after observing how that appears with increased exercise intensity. I don’t believe that [Virgil van Dijk] is yet that close. I’d say Bobby and Arthur [Melo] are comparable.”

Liverpool vs Everton

Dyche is hoping to have Dominic Calvert-Lewin available for Everton. The 25-year-old England international missed last weekend’s game due to a thigh injury and is still questionable.

Dyche, who recently took over for Frank Lampard, said, “We’re still monitoring him. We’ll simply have to monitor it and hope that it calms down as quickly as possible because, in my opinion, the Liverpool game will be at best touch and go.

When is the game?

Monday, February 13 at Anfield, Liverpool will host Everton. 8 PM GMT is when play begins.

How do I watch it?

Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels will both broadcast the game live for UK audiences. 7 PM GMT is when coverage begins.

Additionally, fans can use the Sky Go app to view the game live online.

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