A Preview Into The Merseyside Derby

With the Premier League back underway and the autumn international break over, we look forward to the next round of fixtures that are kicking off tomorrow. The main fixture of the weekend sees Everton take on Liverpool and Goodison Park in the 12:30 kick off on Saturday. Although this might usually be a one-way street fixture with Liverpool not losing since 2010, however this year might be time for that record to be changed with the start that Everton have had.

The game promises to be a blockbuster of a fixture for sure, with Everton being the only unbeaten side left in the Premier League, they looked a rejuvenated side under Carlo Ancelotti this year and mainly down to the signings that they have made this summer.

Everton clearly had a plan when it came to the transfer window this year and knew their weak areas in the team; the central midfield position. Signing Brazilian Allan from Napoli has certainly tightened up the midfield with his defensive qualities and partnered with Abdoulaye Doucoure who they signed from relegated Watford, they are certainly creating a bond together and looking like a formidable duo. James Rodriguez has certainly been the signing of the summer though, with him player 4 games, 3 goals and 2 assists, he has taken English football under his wing like no other.

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Everton will feel like with the start to the season they have had, and with how Liverpool have been faltering as of late, this is there opportunity to get one over their bitter rivals. Liverpool haven’t looked the same since their title winning campaign last year, in fact, before the international break they were embarrassed by Aston Villa 7-2 in what was one of the most shocking results of the season so far.