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The Premier League’s first game of October 2011 is a tasty Merseyside derby between old rivals Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park. Watch live streaming of Everton vs Liverpool live on your computer by signing up with Ole Ole Football today.
Everton travelled to the Etihad Stadium last weekend, one of their favourite places to visit in the Premier League in recent times. However the Toffees’ record of four straight wins away at City was broken as Roberto Mancini’s side beat them 2-0.
Everton frustrated City for the first hour but Mancini’s men finally found a way through on 68 minutes through Mario Balotelli. James Milner added a late second to kill the game off.
Liverpool bounced back from consecutive league defeats at the hands of Spurs and Stoke to down Wolverhampton 2-1 last weekend. Charlie Adam’s cross was turned by Roger Johnson into his own goal as the Reds took the lead. Luis Suarez scored the other goal for Liverpool as they saw off a spirited Wolves outfit at Anfield.
It is derby time in Liverpool as Kenny Dalglish’s side meet local rivals Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon in the Premier League.
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Roy Hodgson will take his Liverpool side to Goodison Park to face derby rivals Everton in the Premier League on October 17 2010. Entering the game with their worst start to a season in 57 years, Liverpool will need the three points to get their 2010/2011 season on track. Everton will be hoping to capitalize on Liverpool’s poor start but with a relatively poor start themselves it might not be easy to take the three points. Watch the Merseyside derby with live streaming from oleolefootball.watchlive.net.
Roy Hodgson’s starting eleven will probably feature defenders Carragher, Skrtel and Johnson. Crowd Favourite Steven Gerrard is almost a certainty to start and may play an important role in getting Liverpool back on track this season. He will likely be accompanied by Joe Cole, Maxi Rodriguez and Poulsen. Joe Cole will be hoping to impress the travelling Liverpool fans with another one of his good performances which is hopefully more polished and finished than rough diamond. Jovanovic and Dirk Kuyt may start up front with Fernando Torres ruled out with a groin injury.
David Moyes’ starting line-up will consist of defenders Distin and Jagielka who are expected to be joined by Baines. Mikel Arteta, Fellaini and Cahill will probably occupy the midfield if all are deemed match fit. With a few goals to his name already this season, Tim Cahill may prove to be essential in Everton’s hopes of success this season and in this derby match. David Moyes’ side will be hoping to build some momentum and confidence before playing Tottenham Hotspur. See the outcome of the premier league game with live streaming from oleolefootball.watchlive.net.
The Merseyside derby takes pride of place in the English Premier League this coming weekend when Everton and Liverpool clash at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon. Both teams are struggling for form this season and Sunday’s clash is eagerly anticipated by the supporters of both teams.
David Moyes’ Everton team are having a wretched season so far. They currently sit in fourteenth position with fifteen points and come into the game on the back of a 3-2 away defeat at Hull City in midweek. They also lost at Manchester United last weekend and another defeat against Liverpool will surely have fans questioning the management of David Moyes.
The Everton fans have every right to be worried ahead of the derby on Sunday as they have seen their team win only two home games so far this season. Crucially though, they have only lost one at home while drawing the remaining three. One thing that always rings true when it comes to a derby match, and that is derby matches anywhere in the world, is that form usually flies right out of the window and games are fought on adrenalin and passion only.
Liverpool come into the first derby game of the season almost in disarray, despite still managing to occupy seventh position in the league table. They have already lost five league games so far and are effectively out of the title hunt, while their “guaranteed” top four position is also in jeopardy. They have been eliminated from the Carling Cup, and this week they suffered the ignominy of an early Champions League exit with a Europa league stint beckoning.
Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is under increasing pressure to turn the season round, but if the Reds fail to finish in the top four at the end of the season then Benitez could find himself on the first plane back to Spain. Watch the Everton vs. Liverpool game here at oleolefootball.watchlive.net.
The Merseyside derby ranks up as one of the most furious derbies around in World Club football and this year’s contest should be no different when the Reds take a trip to the Blue side of Merseyside. Both of these sides are aiming for a top four finish in the English Premier League and you can catch up on all the action from Everton vs Liverpool live online on oleolefootball.watchlive.net our EPL live TV feeds up from 12:45 GMT Saturday 27th September 2008.
Liverpool along with Chelsea are among the two sides to still remain unbeaten after five matches in the league. The Reds have been efficient more than entertaining but their tally of eleven points from five matches represents an impressive output for a side that has generally struggled to start strongly in recent years. Fernando Torres and Robbie Keane are on the fringe of putting together a lethal strike partnership while Steven Gerrard will call all the shots from the midfield. Liverpool have had mixed results at Goodison park in recent years and will be hoping to continue their chase of Arsenal will a win over their famed rivals this weekend.
Everton are four points adrift of their illustrious rivals coming into this fixture on the back of a 2-2 draw against Hull City. In a closely contested match, Hull took a 2-0 lead before Everton fought back strongly to hold Hull for a 2-2 draw. Everton have developed the makings of a strong side and with a bit of luck, they could be a potential dark horse for the Champions League places. The likes of Saha and Yakubu form a lethal partnership and they will be expected to give the Reds a concern or two this weekend.
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