Everton v Liverpool Odds – Get 10/1 plus free bets on either side to win Merseyside derby

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Everton face Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby today with Paddy Power offering free bets and a massive 10/1 on either Everton or Liverpool to win the game! (KO 13:30).

It should be a mouthwatering clash with plenty riding on the game as punters as a win for either side would return £100!

Its simple to pick up your 10/1 on Everton or Liverpool here:

Under-pressure Brendan Rodgers will go in search of a much-needed win when he make the short trip to Goodison Park to face Everton this lunchtime.

The Liverpool boss has seen his side win just one of their last five games and while they are yet to lose during that run, the club’s inability to finish teams off could cost the manager his job.

Daniel Sturridge Liverpool

The vultures are circling and the 225th Merseyside derby could go down in history as a defining moment in the career of the Northern Irish man.

Rodgers is set to make changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Sion in the Europa League, the most significant of which will be a third start of the season for Daniel Sturridge.

The England forward scored 2 sublime goals last weekend in the 3-2 win over Aston Villa, the first time this season the Reds has scored more than 2 goals in a game.

Sturridge is likely to link up with Phillipe Coutinho with Danny Ings set to continue in the forward line in the absence of Christian Benteke.

Mamadou Sakho will return to the defence while James Milner and Martin Skrtel are also in line to start. Injured quartet, Roberto Firmino, Jordan Henderson, Dejan Lovren and Jon Flanagan all miss out.

Everton meanwhile will head into the clash full of confidence. The in-form club are fifth in the Premier League table and unbeaten in six games.

Even without the suspended Kevin Mirallas and injured quartet Leighton Baines, Muhamed Besic, Steven Pienaar and Tom Cleverley the club will be confident.

Last time out the Toffees came from 2-0 down to beat WBA 3-2 with Romelu Lukaku scoring twice and creating one.

Everton though have yet to beat Liverpool at home since Brendan Rodgers took over and a first win would surely put in the final nail in the coffin for the former Swansea man.

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