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LIV vs EVE Dream11 Match Prediction


LIV vs EVE Dream11: If you are a keen football follower then you must have realized by now that more often than not, the new manager brings energy and optimism to the club. Though it may be an ephemeral phenomenon, yes it happens far more often.
Carlo Ancelotti has changed the mood at Goodison Park since replacing Duncan Ferguson, or more precisely, the doomed Marco Silva. The Toffees are playing with more freedom, and more importantly with intent to win. That’s why it’s going to be a different game to the one we saw earlier in the season Liverpool and Everton at Anfield, where the Blues yielded without a fight.
Many pundits are backing Everton to win, their the best chance yet to end the Anfield hoodoo, for the Toffees haven’t won an away game against Liverpool in 20 years. The reason being the priorities for Jurgen Klopp. Also, his players played nine games in December, and need rest.

Match details:

Host: Liverpool
Visitors: Everton
Competition: FA Cup
Match Venue: Anfield
Capacity: 54,074
Match Timing: Sunday, January 05, @09:31 PM

Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Liverpool to win: 2.10 (11/10), Probability to happen: 47.62%
Everton to win: 3.30 (23/10), Probability to happen: 30.30%
Draw: 3.60 (13/5), Probability to happen: 27.78%

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Liverpool vs Everton team news:
Liverpool team news: Jurgen Klopp has a long list of injured players and will likely shuffle his squad his players in a bid to keep the legs fresh for the challenge ahead.
In terms of absentees, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Dejan Lovren, Joel Matip, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and Nathaniel Clyne remain on the sideline.
Naby Keita was forced to withdraw from Liverpool‘s playing 11 against Sheffield United due to a groin injury and will need assessment ahead of the game.

Liverpool likely changes!
Klopp confirmed that Rhian Brewster will be involved in some capacity, whether, from the off or he starts, it’s not clear.
Liverpool are set to hand their new signing Takumi Minamino a taste of Anfield atmosphere. The Japanese international, who arrived from Red Bull Salzburg on new year day, will start the game.
Adria will start in goal, while the likes of Adam Lallana, Divick Origi, James Milner, Harvey Elliott, Curtis Jones and Nathaniel Phillipps are expected to start the game.

Everton team news: Everton will miss Alex Iwobi, Andre Gomes and Jean-Philippe Gbamin. Amongst the trio, both Gomes and Gbamin are long-term absentees,
The Toffees will be forced to evaluate Bernard, Morgan Schneiderlin, Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph ahead of the game.

How Everton may line-up against Liverpool?
Carlo Ancelotti is in charge of Everton now and will manage the fourth game of his tenure against Liverpool. He is the only manager to beat Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool this season when he was in charge of Napoli. The 2-0 win at Stadio San Paolo flattered the Naples to some extent, but the fact is he managed to thwart Liverpool’s attacking prowess on that day. In fact, the year before he tasted a 1-0 success, in the Champions League once again.
Expect the big guns to play for Everton in this game as Ancelotti plots yet another win over Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool.

Liverpool vs Everton predicted playing 11:
Liverpool: Adrian (GK), James Milner, Nathaniel Phillips, Ki-Jana Hoever, Neco Williams, Adam Lallana, Curtis Jones, Takumi Minamino, Harvey Elliott, Divick Origi, Sadio Mane
Everton: Jordan Pickford (GK), Seamus Coleman, Michael Keane, Yerry Mina, Mason Holgate, Leighton Baines, Morgan Schneiderlin, Fabian Delph, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Moise Keane, Cenk Tosun

LIV vs EVE Dream11 teams:

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