Liverpool's Possible Starting XI vs Everton & Prediction

Liverpool SKrtel AggerThe Merseyside derby is always intriguing and perhaps this time it is a mouth watering prospect with both Liverpool and Everton flying high in the league.
Reds are three points ahead of Everton and will look to go on top of the premier league with a win in the early Kick Off on Saturday. However, the task at hand is by no means simple.
Roberto Martinez has immediately impressed after taking over from David Moyes and the Toffees are unbeaten at home this season. Their only league defeat came at the hands of Manchester City away. Liverpool on the other hand have lost their latest away game at the Emirates Stadium.
Rodgers has mostly utilized 3-4-1-2 formation this season but in the last game against Fulham, Reds played 4-3-3 and dismantled the opposition 4-0. It is likely that Liverpool will keep the same formation as it covers their weakest link i.e. central midfield.
Sakho and Toure featured for their national sides lately unlike Skrtel and Agger who started the last game. Expect both of them to keep their starting place. Not to forget, after beating United 1-0 at Anfield back in September, the 4-0 thrashing of Fulham was the first clean sheet.
Their star man Luis Suarez is expected to return early from international duty thanks to J.W Henry’s private jet and may as well start the derby. He scored a brace in the corresponding fixture last season.
Sturridge was not fully fit but featured for England in mid-week against Germany. There are doubts that he might not play against Everton but nothing official as yet.
Here is Liverpool’s possible starting XI vs Everton.

Prediction: Everton 1-2 Liverpool
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  1. deon duncan says:

    dont think lucas should be in the team,would prefer to see agger there and sakho in cb ,cause agger is a strong tackler and composed ,good passer of the ball,and dont forget his thunderous left foot from distance,if he plays a more advanced role his lethal shot could be an advantage in this kind of tight encounter,that being said if liverpool plays the way they can play i dont see why this is always a close fixture cause liverpool is by far the stronger team ,but the big problem is they know it but dont have the BELIEF in themselves ,they not hungry enough to win,that refusal to lose mindset,happy with a draw mindset,its BASICS the more you move off the ball the easier you make it to receive the ball and the more difficult it is to defend against.Carpet soccer ,movement and possession is 60% of the game ,the rest you decide.Please liverpool make ME proud of being a

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