Jurgen Klopp’s experiences of the Merseyside derby have been positive ones so far with two wins in two games, and he’ll be looking to make it three on the spin this weekend.

Liverpool, at around 7/10, are odds on favourites for the game. Everton are around 18/5 with the draw at 14/5.

Everton have not opened the scoring at Anfield in a league game since 2002 but Romelu Lukaku is 11/2 to break the deadlock whereas Ross Barkley is 12/1 to

Everton’s last Anfield victory was back in 1999 as Kevin Campbell scored the only goal in a 1-0 win. A repeat of that victory is available at 12/1.

This fixture is also no stranger to a red card and it’s just 5/2 for a red card to be pulled out this time.

As explained by Live Bets, a bet on the over/under of a game which you think will be close can be a useful strategy.

If you expect a close game, under 2.5 goals to be scored in the game is available at evens, whilst the over is available at around 8/11.

Match specials include both Sadio Mane and Lukaku both to score at 9/2 and Phillip Coutinho to score from outside the box at 8/1 with Barkley 12/1 to do the same.

ReadBetting’s tip: Liverpool 2-1 Everton, 7/1.

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