Live Scores Everton FC – Liverpool FC (Premier League 2022/2023, 6th matchday)



Mid-term conclusion:
Everton and Liverpool are 0-0 at the break! The home side started defensively, but became bolder over time, which was also due to the Reds not being able to come up with enough ideas. For a long time, chances were scarce until Everton were able to string together a few actions. The highlight here is Tom Davies’ post hit. The LFC didn’t find a direct answer, but became extremely dangerous just before the break. First Darwin Núñez was denied by Jordan Pickford and just a few minutes later Luiz Díaz also hit the post. The draw at the break is therefore perfectly fine. Only the goals are missing!



The corner kick does not cause any danger. Instead, the Toffees switch, but also get stuck in front.



Official injury time (minutes): 2



Tsimikas runs past Díaz up front on the left and is sent to the baseline. The flank flies to the five, where Coady clears a corner with a header.



Suddenly the LFC is there! Núñez takes a high vertical pass with his chest and then pulls it straight away. Pickford stretches a meter and somehow steers the thing to the Latte and away to the side. From the left, Díaz, who ran with him, moves to the middle again, shoots at the far post, hits Pickford, but fails Post! Both teams now have aluminum hits!



For now, let’s continue with the Portuguese. The free kick due is first cleared out on the right. From there, the guests hit the next cross in front of goal, where Darwin Núñez breaks away nicely, but heads over the left corner.



After Onana’s foul, Carvalho stays down and is treated. Hopefully that won’t be the next failure in a central position. The cameras already switch to Arthur warming up on the sidelines.



Yellow card for Amadou Onana (Everton FC)
In midfield, Onana tackles Carvalho too hard and was ready to help with his arm as well. But he rightly sees yellow.



A good cross flies to the Blues five, but Tarkowski can still clear decisively.



The better chances up to this point actually go to Everton FC and the Toffees stay tuned to the cheers of the spectators. The home side have the upper hand!



Eight Reds in their own penalty area! Everton press and follow up when they’ve already lost the ball! Gomez wants to clear the ball with his outside instep and plays it straight to Maupay. The ball also bounces a bit, but he follows with a tackle, which suddenly puts the ball free in front of Tom Davies. Immediately, the home-grown shoots beautifully with the outside instep on the left corner, but fails Post!



Gordon wants to cross Gray’s run from deep in the half field. At the second post, however, the former Leverkusen player is clearly flanked.



Shortly after the dead ball, Tsimikas gets the next free kick in the left half field. The ball is a good 30 meters from the goal and the flank takes a dangerous arc through contact with the wall. Díaz runs in but can’t reach the ball on the five! Right behind it, Pickford grabs the play equipment!



Again and again Taylor has to intervene. It’s hot! The free-kick near the left touchline is basically not worth the excitement. Everton clears the edge of the box with a header.



Gray asserts himself halfway to the left, then outplays Gomez and takes off in a duel. To the loud protests of the fans, Taylor signals a goal kick instead of the free kick in a dangerous position.



The first corner for the hosts is dangerous! The Reds can still block at the first post, but the ball jumps in front of the sixteen. There Gordon runs and shoots flat center-right on goal. Alisson grabs it safely!



If little goes playfully, it often gets a bit rougher. So also in this case. It feels like a true derby.



On the other hand, Patterson, who has moved up, is sent to the right of the penalty area. He also flanks in the middle, but Tsimikas blocks with a tackle.



On the right, the Reds follow up strongly in the person of Gomez, so that the ball bounces to the baseline. Alexander-Arnold sprints behind and crosses with the first contact to the second post. Núñez rushes in, but heads the ball wide to the left!



The Toffees are doing very well in this phase, are defensively compact and at times even have quite a lot of ball possession. Liverpool, on the other hand, are lurking for counterattacks and are always looking for gaps. Overall, very little happens here.



The attacker can play a high through ball into Díaz’s run with his head past Pickford, but he can’t reach the ball before the baseline. It continues with a kick.



Patterson and Díaz grapple when the Brazilian suddenly kicks his right arm. Taylor immediately grabs the two without giving a card.



For Everton there is the first phase with controlled build-up play. However, this disappears when Gordon is played with a diagonal ball that is a little too high. He can only keep it in the field with his head and thus plays directly to the opponent.



Fabinho can continue playing after a short treatment. The Brazilian collided with an opponent.



Everton are back! In the opposing half, the hosts press and win the ball just before the center line. This allows Gray to pull in front of the penalty area from the right and play just past van Dijk into Maupay’s run. The attacker shoots immediately, but misses the ball. So the leather hops past the long corner.



The toffees get a little better and cross again in front of the goal. However, Gray’s cross flies past friend and foe alike.



Everton are switching for the first time! Maupay gets some space in the opposing half. With a clever through ball, he served the passing Onana, but he missed the right time for the shot on goal. Instead, he crosses flat into the arms of the diving Alisson inside the penalty area.



Liverpool picks up some speed on the right, but Salah has to turn away at the baseline. Shortly thereafter, a cross from Harvey Elliot is cleared in the middle.



For the first time Maupay is searched with a long ball. The newcomer should take on a difficult job as a solo entertainer. This pass flies over him and ends up in the side.



Alexander-Arnold hits the first corner in front of the goal from the right. This is clarified in the center just before the penalty area, from where Tsimikas deducts directly, but gets stuck in the legs of the defense.



Everton retreat into their own half from the start. It is important for the guests to find the gaps.



The ball rolls in Goodison Park. The Merseyside derby is on. Let the wild ride begin!


In a fantastic atmosphere, both teams step onto the lawn of Goodison Park. It will not be long.


Incidentally, the Everton and Liverpool fan groups are uniting today under the motto “Enough is enough. Our city in unity” after three people, including a nine-year-old girl, were recently killed at gunpoint.


The internationally proven Anthony Taylor will referee this game. The 43-year-old Wythenshawe official will be assisted by linesmen Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn.


There was precious little for the Toffees in the derbies last season. Everton lost the home game on December 1 last year 4-1. In the second leg, the LFC made it 2-0 through goals from Andrew Robertson and Divock Origi.


After this extremely tight 2-1 win over Newcastle, Jürgen Klopp rotated to three positions. With Jordan Henderson, the next player in the headquarters falls out. 20-year-old Fabio Carvalho will step in for the veteran while newcomer Arthur just looks on. In addition, Andrew Robertson and Roberto Firmino sit on the sidelines at the start. The two will be replaced by Kostas Tsimikas and Darwin Núñez. The latter returns to the starting XI after being suspended.


The LFC also weakened at the start of the season. After two draws and the surprising defeat in the eternal duel with Manchester United, a small crisis was already declared, which was swept aside with an outstanding 9-0 against AFC Bournemouth. Against a strong Newcastle United, however, the next setback almost followed: Fabio Carvalho scored the acclaimed winner only in the eighth minute of injury time, which means that the Reds can now squint towards the top again.


Despite the recent draw at Leeds, Frank Lampard makes just one change in his starting XI to achieve this win. New signing Neal Maupay makes his debut in the Toffees squad and makes it straight into the first team. Dwight McNeil, who initially sits on the bench, gives way to the Frenchman. Returnee Idrissa Gueye will also sit next to him.


The start of the season was very sobering for Everton. The Toffees celebrated their only win of the season in the League Cup at lower-league Fleetwood Town. Coach Frank Lampard’s side are still without a win in the league. Most recently, the team had a string of 1-1 draws against Nottingham Forest, Brentford FC and Leeds United. So it would be a good fit if the Toffees celebrated their first victory with their arch-rival.


Welcome to the Merseyside Derby! Everton FC host Liverpool FC at 13:30. It’s about to start!

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