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Full time: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

Everton v Liverpool
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Full time: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

Well that was a tame way to end an overall entertaining afternoon in the Premier League. Earlier, Tottenham had Harry Kane to thank after overcoming Arsenal, James Milner hit a late equalier to deny Hull City their first ever win at Manchester City and Chelsea extended their lead at the top to seven points by winning at Aston Villa. Everton's draw with Liverpool is the only goalless draw we've had today.

Tomorrow we're back with West Ham v Manchester United and Burnley v West Brom in the hope of some entertainment but until then goodbye.


Three added on minutes at Goodison. Will we get a winner?


Everton's first shot on target and best chance of the night comes with less than four minutes left. Besic plays a superb switch pass and releases the Irishman whose rasping drive produces a fine save from Mignolet.


Ross Barkley, who was meant to come on in the first half, is now coming on for the final five minutes at Goodison. Just a hint of a bit more adventure from both sides, so will we have a late winner?


Rickie Lambert coming on for Liverpool. Raheem Sterling comes off for the final eight minutes.


Bit of fight from Everton as Lukaku chases a loose ball and forces a corner. That is as good as it is getting fokes, a slow Saturday evening.


Chance for Liverpool as Jordon Ibe gets to the byline and when the ball bounces off Moreno, Sturridge reacts quickest but his shot is well blocked. Everton producing nothing going forward and they look consigned to a point at best.


Entering the final quarter of this Merseyside derby and it is hard to see where a winner is coming from. Everton look very short of ideas while Liverpool have lacked a spark since Philippe Coutinho came off. Poor game it has to be said.


Before that substitution, worth mentioning that Steven Gerrard almost marked his final Premier League Merseyside derby with a cracking goal, with only Steven Naismith's flicked header denying him scoring with a cracking acrobatic volley.

Aaron Lennon on to make his Everton debut meanwhile.


Change for Liverpool as Coutinho comes off and Sturridge is on. Strange move all in all, which sees the Brazilian go off at the end of a week which saw him sign a five-year contract.


Back under way at Goodison Park. No changes at half time.


Half time: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

After a first 45 minutes which started fast and frenetic has ended with a bit of a whimper. Liverpool have probably edged the first period but Everton look solid. Perhaps a look at both benches might help break the deadlock.


Coutinho denied by Robles after turning this way and that outside the Everton box. The home side having their moments but little doubt the away side are the more threatening.


Liverpool almost ahead against and they come within inches of taking the lead. It's the 19-year-old Jordon Ibe at the centre of things again with a run and strike which cannons off the post. Everton living dangerously.


Chance for Liverpool. Sterliing somehow gets a shot away despite being smothered by Everton bodies and the ball comes across the six yard box and Ibe steals in at the back post and Robles has to dive at his feet to prevent the opening goal.


Early change for Liverpool as Lucas Leiva goes off with another injury to be replaced by Joe Allen. First quarter or an hour has whizzed by. Feisty game as many would expect.


Both sides starting at a pace at Goodison. Sterling shoots wide on two occasions while at the other end Lukaku fails to find the onrushing Naismith as Everton break. Gerrard has the first effort on target however, with Robles turning over his free-kick.


Under way at Goodison. Likely to be Steven Gerrard's final Merseyside derby in the Premier League tonight. What impact can he have?


Teams out at Goodison Park. Key game this for both sides. Updates on the way.


Wins for Tottenham and Southampton earlier this afternoon means Liverpool can't afford to drop points this evening if they wish to stay in touch in the top four race. They can go within four points of third place Saints if they win. Everton meanwhile are only six points above the relegation zone and though baring a thrashing they will remain 12th in the division whatever the result, they will want a moral boosting win going into the final third of the campaign.


Before kick-off at Goodison Park, an indication as to why this Merseyside derby is known as the friendly derby.


Quick look at both teams. Tim Howard misses out against for Everton, meaning that Robles comes in again for the home side, who are also without Leighton Baines.

Liverpool give Jordan Ibe his second Premier League start and his maiden Merseyside derby appearance at Goodison Park. Daniel Sturridge is on the bench.



Everton v Liverpool:

Everton: Joel, Oviedo, Jagielka, Stones, Coleman, Besic, Barry, McCarthy, Mirallas, Naismith, Lukaku.

Liverpool: Mignolet, Can, Skrtel, Sakho, Lucas, Henderson, Gerrard, Moreno, Ibe, Coutinho, Sterling


Well full time in each of the five 3pm kick-offs but we've got more where that came from with our final match of the day, as Everton host Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. Team news on the way.