Liverpool vs Everton, Premier League


Everton's ability to grind out results has boosted their confidence ahead of Sunday's Merseyside derby against Liverpool in the Premier League, midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson has said.

"The manager sets up to try to win the game, no matter who we've played this season, and that'll be no different I'm sure on Sunday".

The Portuguese, whose last job was with Watford, oversaw another summer of heavy spending at Goodison Park, and Everton now sit sixth in the Premier League. Yeah, perfect. Everything we need, so let's go out and fight for each other.

"He has the best squad", Klopp said. The trio have regularly been played together in matches that Klopp doesn't feel like he wants to throw the kitchen sink at games.

"Richarlison, what a player he is". Last year already Walcott came in, Bernard came in this year, Gomes came in this year, Mina came in this year. "Since I've been at Liverpool, Everton was always really busy [in the transfer market] but now it's the best-tuned squad".

"It can happen. But the frustrating thing is how we conceded the goals and then it's always hard to come back", he said.

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The energetic, fast, thrilling brand of football that we all loved to see last season seems like a distant memory, with only the opening day victory over West Ham and September's Anfield triumph over PSG in the reverse fixture some of the only displays of this style this season. "This one has the makings of being a really good game". The development and improvement is obvious.

"If someone would think about it for one second they would see it is clear, it is logical".

Liverpool's three-man midfield of Georginio Wijnaldum, Jordan Henderson and James Milner came in for widespread criticism following the 2-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

"The moment you sign a contract for Liverpool you know you understand, 100 percent, the responsibility for these games", he explained. Nobody has to tell you, nobody needs to tell you about these derbies. That's what we want to use, and of course the crowd at Anfield.

"It's 4.15pm, so it's a good time, almost dark, perfect-everything is there that we need".