Published: Sat, December 01, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Liverpool elegend Jamie Carragher told Xherdan Shaqiri about importance of Merseyside derby

Liverpool elegend Jamie Carragher told Xherdan Shaqiri about importance of Merseyside derby

Everton travel to Anfield to face their bitterest rivals Liverpool on Sunday, where Coleman will come up against yet another tricky customer in Sadio Mane; who is generally joined by the marauding Andy Robertson overlapping down the left.

Klopp takes on Everton boss Marco Silva for the first time in the fixture, with the Reds aiming to make it 16 games unbeaten against their neighbours.

The Toffees are coming into this clash after winning five of their last seven games, losing one at Old Trafford and getting an impressive draw at Stamford Bridge.

Their optimism stands in contrast to the first real signs of problems in Klopp's camp this season.

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.

Gary Neville doesn't believe Manchester City will be unnerved by Liverpool FC's presence in the Premier League title race.

"One or two years ago [Wayne] Rooney came back, [Gylfi] Sigurdsson came, they said they could not play because of lack of speed". It is good that we won these games or got results from these games, the most exciting one was the late victor of Sadio (Mane) at Everton - that felt unbelievable.

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Reds defender Virgil van Dijk is at a loss to explain Liverpool's issues of late, but he refuses to panic. "It's down to the team and we need to work together".

"I agree about the power of this derby, it is a good word", the Everton manager said.

"Everton can't be in any better shape, but I think it's a step too far to try and win at Liverpool".

Everton have not won any of the past 17 derbies or in 20 visits to Anfield in all competitions, the longest drought in the club's history.

"Richarlison, what a player he is".

The Iceland midfielder has recovered from a disappointing debut season on Merseyside and is back to the form that made his name at Swansea. "I'm not a bit interested", he said. "He's a very good guy and a very good player, but you play football to play against the big players, against [Lionel] Messi, against Neymar".

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