- Liverpool run out deserved 3-1 victors over a disappointing Everton.
- Sadio Mane put Reds ahead after seven minutes with a smart solo effort.
- Matthew Pennington equalised for Everton but Philippe Coutinho fired back immediately.
- Divock Origi finished the game as a contest in the second half with a powerful effort.
Full-time: Liverpool 3-1 Everton
A deserved victory for Liverpool, but Everton's winless run at Anfield goes on.
That brings to the end our coverage of proceedings on Merseyside, but do head over to our other liveblog where we will cover the 3pm kick-offs.
Williams down receiving treatment after landing very awkwardly. Four minutes of added time to play.
Klopp winds the clock down by bringing Klavan on for Firmino.
Mirallas does remarkably well to jink past three Liverpool players but blazes his effort high and wide. Not Everton's day, that's for sure.
Alexander-Arnold fires at Robles again but the Spaniard deals with the effort.
Everton try to apply some pressure through Baines but Lukaku is adjudged to have fouled Lovren in the box.
Barkley has been abysmal today, it must be said.
Koeman's final throw of the dice is Kevin Mirallas, who replaces the remarkably ineffective Calvert-Lewin. Less than 10 minutes of normal time to play.
Lovren makes an exquisite tackle on Lukaku, who was baring down on goal. Liverpool burst up the other end and almost make it four through Alexander-Arnold, who draws a fantastic save from Robles.
Substitution for Liverpool as Coutinho is withdrawn for young Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Free-kick to Everton as they look to turn the screw. Koeman has changed the formation and it seems to be working well, but has he left it too late?
Holgate has two huge chances to bring Everton back level. The right-back's deflected effort is saved excellently by Mignolet, and his free header from six yards sailed just over the bar. A reaction from Everton.
Davies and Pennington are the ones to make way for Barry and Valencia. 24 minutes left to play.
Everton preparing to make a double change. Barry and Valencia are preparing to come on.
Can seems okay to continue after some lengthy treatment.
Williams picks up a booking for a late tackle on Can, who is down in quite some discomfort.
Liverpool win the ball back quickly and Coutinho finds Origi, who makes no mistake. Robles bizarrely tried to charge out, Pennington exposed yet again, Holgate poorly dispossessed. A shambles from Everton, all told.
GOAL! Liverpool 3-1 Everton (Origi)
Bakrley glides across the Liverpool penalty area and feeds Holgate, whose cross for Lukaku is blocked by Matip in the nick of time.
At the other end, Origi blasts well wide from an impossible angle.
Barkley's effort takes a deflection and spins into the grasp of Mignolet. Better from the playmaker, who is being jeered by the Anfield crowd.
Can penalised for yet another foul but somehow escapes a caution. Mane's race is run, Origi set to replace him.
Mane on the ground receiving treatment after an innocuous challenge from Baines. Looked a painful one from the Senegalese forward.
Barkley lofts a ball in and finds Williams, but his effort is too weak and Mignolet saves easily. Encouraging start to the second half from Everton.
Lukaku dives out to the channels and tries to find a cross for Barkley, but it's cut out for a throw. The Premier League's top scorer needs to inspire the Blues, largely anonymous in the first half.
Liverpool get the second half under way. Still all to play for at Anfield, no changes made by either manager.
Premature celebrations from Yannick Bolasie, here.