Liverpool vs Everton merseyside derby

Liverpool welcomes Everton to Anfield. Sean Dyche's reign began by beating league leaders Arsenal last weekend. 

With the Reds in bad shape, Sean Dyche's men are expected to cause trouble. 

Liverpool is undefeated at home in the recent clashes. However, it may sound unrealistic to say Liverpool will be beaten at home despite a poor run. 

Liverpool has not been beaten in their last six straight home clashes in all competitions.

Meanwhile, the Reds are winless. Liverpool has won just one of its last seven matches in all competitions.

Poor scoring has been characterized by poor strikers contributing to it through non-performing midfielders. 

Liverpool hasn't scored a single goal in all of their last three Premier League games.
Liverpool is unbeaten in 81 of its last 95 matches in all competitions. 

Everton has won just three of their last 34 away matches in all competitions. 

The Reds are unbeaten in 26 of their last 27 games against Everton in all tournaments.

A run of three straight-away defeats at halftime makes up the most recent Premier League record of Everton.

Sean Dyche renews Merseyside derby rivalry. 

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