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Martin Skrtel makes a clearance.
The referee signals the end of the game.
Corner taken short by Victor Moses.
Luis Alberto challenges Leon Osman unfairly and gives away a free kick.
James McCarthy manages to make a clearance.
Clearance made by Martin Skrtel.
Shot by Victor Moses went wide left of the target.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Antolin Alcaraz on Simon Mignolet.
Header at goal by John Stones misses left of the target.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Kevin Mirallas.
The ball is crossed by Leon Osman.
Free kick taken by Tim Howard.
Unfair challenge on Leighton Baines by Luis Suarez results in a free kick.
Luis Alberto replaces Phillippe Coutinho.
Clearance made by Phillippe Coutinho.
Leon Osman takes a shot.
Phillippe Coutinho has an effort at goal. Antolin Alcaraz gets a block in.
Aiden McGeady on for Ross Barkley.
Shot by Raheem Sterling cleared the crossbar.
(Liverpool) makes a substitution, with Martin Kelly coming on for Jon Flanagan.
Leon Osman concedes a free kick for a foul on Phillippe Coutinho.
Kevin Mirallas crosses the ball.
(Liverpool) makes a substitution, with Victor Moses coming on for Daniel Sturridge.
Kevin Mirallas decides to take the corner short.
James McCarthy takes a shot. Simon Mignolet parries the effort to safety.
Header by Antolin Alcaraz goes harmlessly over the bar.
Free kick taken by Leighton Baines.
Kevin Mirallas fouled by Steven Gerrard, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance made by John Stones.
Antolin Alcaraz makes a clearance.
Free kick taken by Antolin Alcaraz.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Gareth Barry by Raheem Sterling.
Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Kevin Mirallas. Blocked by Luis Suarez.
Unfair challenge on Leon Osman by Jon Flanagan results in a free kick.
Phillippe Coutinho takes a shot and bounced off the post.
Luis Suarez takes a short corner.
Clearance made by Antolin Alcaraz.
Antolin Alcaraz gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Daniel Sturridge.
Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Phil Jagielka by Luis Suarez.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Leon Osman on Jon Flanagan.
Ross Barkley has an effort at goal. Blocked by Steven Gerrard.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Leon Osman by Steven Gerrard.
Penalty taken by Daniel Sturridge and missed.
Tim Howard concedes a Penalty for a foul on Raheem Sterling.
Kevin Mirallas takes a shot. Steven Gerrard gets a block in.
Simon Mignolet takes the free kick.
The referee shows Kevin Mirallas a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.
Kolo Toure fouled by Kevin Mirallas, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance by Martin Skrtel.
Luis Suarez grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Liverpool 4-0 Everton.
Jon Flanagan makes a clearance.
Ross Barkley has an effort at goal. Blocked by Jordan Henderson.
Clearance made by Daniel Sturridge.
The game restarts for the second half.
It is the end of the first-half.
Unfair challenge on Raheem Sterling by Gareth Barry results in a free kick.
Raheem Sterling makes a clearance.
Shot by Kevin Mirallas. Martin Skrtel gets a block in.
Steven Pienaar goes off and Leon Osman comes on.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Antolin Alcaraz by Luis Suarez.
Steven Pienaar concedes a free kick for a foul on Jon Flanagan.
Luis Suarez manages to make a clearance.
Raheem Sterling challenges James McCarthy unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Corner taken by Leighton Baines from the left by-line.
Gareth Barry has a headed effort at goal.
The ball is crossed by Kevin Mirallas.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Luis Suarez by Gareth Barry.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Steven Naismith by Martin Skrtel.
Daniel Sturridge grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Liverpool 3-0 Everton.Assist on the goal came from Kolo Toure.
Aly Cissokho takes the free kick.
Kolo Toure takes the free kick.
James McCarthy challenges Luis Suarez unfairly and gives away a free kick.
The ball is sent over by Leighton Baines.
Daniel Sturridge scores with a left foot finish. Liverpool 2-0 Everton.Phillippe Coutinho provided the assist for the goal.
John Stones produces a cross.
Phil Jagielka takes a shot. Simon Mignolet parries the ball but the danger is not over.
Corner taken by Kevin Mirallas from the right by-line.
Clearance by Antolin Alcaraz.
Unfair challenge on Gareth Barry by Jon Flanagan results in a free kick.
Ross Barkley takes a shot. Steven Gerrard gets a block in.
Romelu Lukaku goes off and Steven Naismith comes on.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Daniel Sturridge.
Corner taken by Luis Suarez. Steven Gerrard scores. Liverpool 1-0 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Luis Suarez.
Luis Suarez takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Blocked by John Stones.
Jon Flanagan produces a cross.
Gareth Barry concedes a free kick for a foul on Phillippe Coutinho.
Raheem Sterling takes a shot. Tim Howard fumbles the ball.
Unfair challenge on Daniel Sturridge by Gareth Barry results in a free kick.
Steven Gerrard takes a fantastic shot and cleared the crossbar.
Steven Pienaar takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the goal.
Luis Suarez takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tim Howard makes a block.
Shot by Daniel Sturridge. Tim Howard blocks the ball.
Free kick taken by Steven Gerrard.
Foul by Steven Pienaar on Jon Flanagan, free kick awarded.
Clearance by John Stones.
Luis Suarez has an effort at goal. A parry by Tim Howard prevents the goal.
Clearance made by Phil Jagielka.
James McCarthy delivers the ball.
Jon Flanagan manages to make a clearance.
Jordan Henderson has an effort at goal. Tim Howard parries the ball away.
Ross Barkley takes a fantastic shot and cleared the bar.
The match has kicked off.
Rodgers laments derby injury crises
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits weakened teams on both sides may well make it difficult for the 222nd Merseyside derby to match this season's earlier encounter at Goodison Park.
The Reds are missing defenders Daniel Agger, Mamadou Sakho, Glen Johnson, Jose Enrique and midfielder Lucas Leiva while Everton could have up to nine players missing at Anfield on Tuesday.
Rodgers is hopeful Joe Allen will be sufficiently recovered from a hamstring problem to bolster the midfield but if they are to reproduce another exciting 3-3 draw like the one back in November it may be as a result of mistakes from patched-up teams.
"We need to see with Joe," Rodgers said. "He was on the training field today but it is a case of assessing as to whether it will push him too much for this game because we don't want another injury in a key area.
"If we had a raft of players we could put him in and if he came out (injured) we could put someone else in
"We have to think not only for tomorrow night but for the next few weeks.
"There is still going to be quality players and the football ideas of both teams will come out but it is unfortunate a number of players are out of the game - and a lot of them starting players - it would've made it a different game.
"It is unfortunate both teams are coming into the game with not the strongest squads because both have picked up injuries."
Rodgers, who last week had only 15 players fit for training, has been trying to fill out his squad and while he has been looking at loan deals he insists he will not "stockpile" players who are not going to improve his first team.
Victory over Everton would put four points between the fourth-placed Reds and their near-neighbours while defeat would see them concede superiority in the table and be another dent to their Champions League hopes.
"It is a very important game as a victory puts us four points clear. Our home form over the course of the season has been brilliant," said Rodgers.
"Looking at our team when we have everyone available we are a very strong outfit.
"I have great confidence in the team of players and for us the key is Champions League qualification.
"When I came in here Everton had finished above Liverpool and last season finished above us also.
"Everton's basis is a good defensive record, still stable from what they have been over a few years - we are a team who have upped the ante in terms of our offensiveness."
Midfielder Leon Osman insists the days of Everton living in Liverpool's shadow are long gone.
The Reds may have a bigger trophy cabinet and worldwide profile, but the Toffees have finished above them in the league in the last two seasons and sit just a point behind them in fifth in this season's table.
Manager Roberto Martinez's arrival in the summer has brought a more positive outlook at Goodison Park and Everton head to Anfield on Tuesday more confident than previous years that they can secure their first league victory there this century.
"It is hard to live in their shadow when we've finished above them the last two seasons," said Osman.
"We hadn't won at Manchester United for 21 years or so and we went there and did that (last month) on our first attempt under the new manager.
"It is probably more of a hurdle on paper than it is within the dressing room or our minds because we are positive and under the new manager we are confident we can go there and win.
"I am sure we will attack them as the manager has one way of playing and he won't want to change that just because we're going to Anfield.
"I am sure we will go there and play the same positive football we have been playing all season and probably expect to come away winning the game."
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