Liverpool 2-0 Everton LIVE! Origi goal - Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

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Liverpool vs Everton - LIVE!

Liverpool closed the gap at the top of the Premier League standings to one point after a hard-fought 2-0 win over Everton in a feisty Merseyside derby on Sunday.

With Manchester City opening up a four-point lead over Liverpool at the top with a 5-1 demolition of Watford on Saturday, Juergen Klopp’s side struggled to break down Everton in a bad-tempered first half at Anfield.

Everton continued to hold their own in a raucous derby atmosphere until, with the first shot on target from either side in the match, Scottish fullback Andy Robertson headed his team in front in the 62nd minute.

Demarai Gray then went within inches of a stunning equaliser before substitute Divock Origi finally ended all hope of an Everton comeback with a goal five minutes from time to put the game to bed.

A 12th win in their last 13 league games, which was much tougher to come by than many expected, moved Liverpool on to 79 points from 33 matches, one behind City, who must slip-up if Liverpool are to win back their Premier League crown.

Everton can take heart from a spirited performance, but finish the day in the relegation zone, two points behind Burnley after their victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers saw them climb to 17th

You can follow all the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog below...

Liverpool vs Everton latest news and updates

  • GOAL! Origi doubles Liverpool’s lead

  • GOAL! Andy Robertson heads Liverpool ahead

  • Kick-off: 4:30pm, Anfield

  • TV channel: Sky Sports

  • Standard Sport prediction

  • Confirmed Liverpool lineup

  • Confirmed Everton lineup

Liverpool FC 2 - 0 Everton FC

FT: Liverpool 2-0 Everton

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GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Everton | Divock Origi ‘84

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84:00 - Divock Origi scores against Everton again!

Diaz’s scissor kick is headed in by the Belgian!

Liverpool change

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Almost an awful own goal

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80:00 - Strange clearance from Holgate almost sees him slice into his own net.


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78:00 - Dele’s cutback from the byline offers Iwobi the chance to tap in but Robertson does well to clear.

Everton change

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71:00 - Gray’s shot from just outside the box goes just wide.

A warning for Liverpool?

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Everton look tired

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68:00 - Second to every ball now.


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65:00 - Pickford makes a mess of claiming a cross, does well to save a header from Matip and Salah’s volley goes just over.

Liverpool smell blood

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64:00 - Diaz pulling out the tricks and Salah is getting more shots off. Liverpool can sense something here.

GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Everton | Andy Robertson ‘61

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61:00 - A breakthrough!

Robertson heads in from close range after a Salah cross.

Double Liverpool change

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Alexander-Arnold booked

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57:00 - Brilliant break from Gordon gets past Keita, with Alexander-Arnold having to bring him down.

Really giving Liverpool problems.

Another penalty claim

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53:00 - Gordon breaks and is brought down by Matip, nothing given.

Liverpool up the tempo

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51:00 - Much faster in their passing now.

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Game opening up

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50:00 - That surely suits Liverpool.

Mane and Iwobi both have chances to run into open space, though are eventually blocked out.

Keita shot

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47:00 - Corner cleared, ball falls to Keita, though he shoots over from range.

Early corner for Liverpool

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46:00 - Fast start from the home side.

Back underway

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Here we go!

That kind of game

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HT: Liverpool 0-0 Everton

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A hugely frustrating half for Liverpool, though Everton deserve credit for their defensive display.

Tempers are flaring, the second-half should be fiesty.

Mane also booked

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45:00 - In the melee, Mane is booked after a clash with Holgate.

Tempers flare

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45:00 - Richarlison down on the ground, Liverpool play on.

Doucoure - later booked - than crashes into Fabinho, with both sets of players rushing into a shoving contest.

Impressive plan from Lampard so far

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42:00 - Salah reduced to long-range shots.

Early days of course and things could change but Lampard has his team very organised.

Mane and Jota swap

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38:00 - Looking to give Everton a new set of problems, Mane has gone to the left with Jota through the middle.

Really impressive stuff from Everton

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36:00 - Liverpool, one of the world’s most deadly teams, cannot find a way through yet.


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33:00 - Richarlison breaks and finds Doucoure in-behind the Liverpool defence, though he’s just a bit too wide and can’t beat Alisson.

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30:00 - Robertson’s low cross finds Jota, whose snapshot fizzles just wide.

Well cleared

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28:00 - The ball is cleared and finds Thiago, whose return pass to Alexander-Arnold finds him in an offisde postion.

Corner Liverpool

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27:00 - First chance for Alexander-Arnold to really whip one in.

Gordon booked for diving

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23:00 - Pickford’s ball finds Gordon way up at the opposite byline, the Everton star cuts inside Keita and goes down.

Booked for diving.

Corner wasted

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23:00 - Gordon can’t beat the first man.

85% possession for Liverpool so far

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22:00 - Yet Everton have a corner...

Half chance for Liverpool

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21:00 - Mane swivels on the edge of the box but shoots over from 20 yards.

Salah’s first real run

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19:00 - Liverpool stringing a lot of passes together, though its all a bit too slow.

Salah tries to change pace but is blocked out.

Alexander-Arnold struggling

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16:00 - Gordon is causing the England star problems, with the Everton man winning a number of fouls.

Decent spell for Everton

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14:00 - It’d be too much to suggest Everton are troubling Liverpool but their solid start appears to have given them confidence.

Getting further up the pitch far more often.

Passing watch

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11:00 - 98 successful passes for Liverpool in the opening 10 minutes, while Everton have mustered 7.

To their credit, however, Everton have looked solid.

Richarlison clash

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07:00 - Richarlison, not the most popular man amongst Liverpool fans, clashes with Fabinho off the ball, although is not awarded the decision.

Early run for Gordon

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04:00 - Gordon gets between Liverpool defence and midfield, winning a free-kick after being brought down by Alexander-Arnold.

Tough tackle

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02:00 - Doucoure’s challenge on Thiago knocks the Spaniard’s boot off.

A sign of Everton’s fight?

Mane through the middle

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01:00 - As has often been the case of late, Mane is through the middle with Jota out on the left.

Confident start from Liverpool, who are dominating the ball.


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We’re underway!

Teams in the tunnel..

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A VERY high-pressure situation for both sides...

Update in Everton’s lineup

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Ben Godfrey pulled up injured in the warm-up, with Michael Keane coming into the starting lineup.

Inside the dressing room

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Everton into the bottom three!

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Burnley’s dramatic win over Wolves puts Everton in the bottom three, albeit Lampard’s side do have two games in hand.

Frank Lampard: Everton are prepared to fight

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Speaking ahead of his first Merseyside derby, Lampard said: “It is a huge fixture and I am very proud to be managing this football club and going into a game this size,” said Lampard, who insisted his side would not stray the wrong side of the law in a bid to unsettle their hosts.

“I have watched it from afar many times and marvelled at the atmosphere and history of the game, so I am very happy to be involved.

“This game is a one-off, it brings different energy.

“The reality is, we are going up against one of the best teams in the world, on current form.

“We will prepare as we always do, with an idea of how we want to play.

“I expect passion, fight and desire, there is not a gameplan that will work without those things. Especially in a game of this size and type.

“The first thing is to do well defensively, you are never safe against Liverpool.

“They can always give you problems, whether forcing pressure or on the counter-attack.

“We have to deal with that, first and foremost, then… when we have the ball, give them problems.

“There won’t be time on the ball, we have to be brave, accept it and play.

“We want to move the ball and have possession… we can’t keep giving it back to Liverpool.”

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Jurgen Klopp: Supporters can dream, the team must deliver

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Jurgen Klopp has backed Liverpool fans to dream of an unprecendted quadruple, while urging his side to deliver.

“Every media interview at the moment focuses on what might be and that’s fine because that’s our world. Anticipation and expectation is absolutely OK, even though for us as a team it is irrelevant.

“And as I’ve said repeatedly, it’s the supporters’ job to dream and ours to deliver. What I’ve really loved about how we’ve collectively enjoyed moments in recent weeks is that it reflects our mindset of being in the ‘now’ at all times.”

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(The FA via Getty Images)

Latest odds

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SBK: Liverpool vs Everton match odds

Liverpool: 1/5

Draw: 7/1

Everton: 15/1

SBK: Premier League winner 2021/22

Man City: 4/9

Liverpool: 11/5

Confirmed Everton lineup

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Everton XI: Pickford, Coleman, Holgate, Godfrey, Mykolenko, Doucoure, Allan, Iwobi, Gordon, Richarlison, Gray

Subs: Kenny, Keane, Delph, Begovic, Branthwaite, Rondon, El Ghazi, Alli, Price

Confirmed Liverpool lineup

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Liverpool XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, van Dijk, Robertson, Thiago, Fabinho, Keita, Salah, Mane, Jota

Subs: Konate, Milner, Gomez, Henderson, Jones, Tsimikas, Diaz, Origi, Kelleher

Jurgen Klopp praises Frank Lampard

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The Liverpool boss had plenty of time for his Everton counterpart for the job he did at Chelsea.

“I have to say, I really thought Frank did a really good job at Chelsea, I really liked how they played.

“Chelsea, at the time, they were a club with massive expectations, so you can be first, second, third, not win the Champions League or whatever, with the old ownership, you were out of a job.

“Thomas (Tuchel) obviously came there, it was a good decision for Chelsea, but I really like what he did with Chelsea.”

Conversation then turned to the Merseyside derby. This is Lampard’s first experience of the fixture.”

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Gary Neville: Liverpool do not make mistakes

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Jamie Carragher to Sky Sports: ‘I’d be absolutely devastated’ if Everton went down

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“Do Liverpool fans want Everton to go down? If you ask me, you don’t want them to go down. As a player and for me now, this is the biggest day. If we were to miss out on these two days next season, I’d be absolutely devastated.”

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(Manchester United via Getty Imag)

Standard Sport prediction

14:55 , Malik Ouzia

Few, if any, teams in the world right now look capable of slowing down Liverpool’s momentum.

The Reds were at their imperious best against Man United and while Everton will look to frustrate their big rivals, it’s very difficult to see them keeping Klopp’s side quiet for very long.

Liverpool to win, 3-0.

Everton team news

14:49 , Malik Ouzia

Donny van de Beek, Andre Gomes and Dominic Calvert-Lewin will all be absent for Everton as they make the short trip to Anfield.

Richarlison will therefore be expected to continue up front, with Fabian Delph alongside Allan in midfield. Dele Alli will be hoping the injury problems could give him some more minutes in the games ahead.

Liverpool team news

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Roberto Firmino could well be involved for Liverpool as he looks to make his return from a foot injury.

Speaking on Friday, Klopp said: “Bobby, getting better and better. It’s just uncomfortable, painful.

“Today it’s his first day on the pitch, so there’s still two days to go, so maybe.”

There are now other injury problems for the Reds to worry about. Naby Keita, Diogo Jota and Ibrahima Konate could well come in should the Liverpool boss decide to shuffle his pack.

How to watch

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TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Coverage begins after the conclusion of Chelsea vs West Ham.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the game through the Sky Go app.

Good afternoon!

14:34 , Malik Ouzia

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of this afternoon’s Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton.

We’ll have all the team news and build-up ahead of a 4:30pm kick-off...

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