Friday, 22 November 2013

Watch Everton V Liverpool live Stream Premier League Preview 23 Nov,2013

Match Preview: Saturday, 23 Nov 2013, One of the important match Everton V Liverpool of Premier League HD Quality Live Everton V Liverpool streaming is available here Everton V Liverpool Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Goodison Park on 11/23/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Everton V Liverpool  Live Stream Everton V Liverpool, Everton V Liverpool online free, Everton V Liverpool  live stream video.Everton V Liverpool at Anoeta Stadium on Saturday, 23 Nov 2013, kick-off 12:45 (GMT).Everton manager Roberto Martinez has reported no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday's Merseyside derby. Defenders Antolin Alcaraz and Tony Hibbert are available after long lay-offs but they are unlikely to play.
Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique has been ruled out with a knee injury which will probably require surgery.
Striker Daniel Sturridge has been nursing a dead leg for several weeks and his condition will be assessed, while Kolo Toure is fit to return.
I'm not sure why, but whenever there's a derby taking place it's become almost obligatory for football commentators and writers to preface any discussion of the match by telling you how many times team A has met team B, as though that will have some great bearing on the outcome of the latest encounter.
It's a bit silly really and I've never understood why people do it; maybe it's just to up their word count?
The 221st Merseyside derby (and the 189th in the league) brings together two 42-year-old former Swansea managers, both of whom are forging managerial reputations based on the principle that possession is nine tenths of the football law.
If both teams stick to that ethos and take a measured, patient approach to the game then this will be one of the stranger Merseyside derbies.
Traditionally, this is a fixture in which studs and flesh fly; and by and large that's how both sets of fans and a lot of the players have liked it. There's not much cerebral about your average Merseyside derby.
Somehow, Goodison Park itself seems to encourage the triumph of passion over precision on such occasions. The grand old place can be an even more stirring place than its comparatively modern cousin across Stanley Park; tougher, more raw - and more roar.
Strangely, though, it's often been Liverpool who have dealt better with that urgent, demanding atmosphere; Everton have had eight red cards in the last 12 Goodison derbies, compared to Liverpool's one. It's hardly surprising that Liverpool have won seven of those games.
Everton's failure to score in successive games prior to the international break provoked a grumble or two, even though their sixth place in the table is respectable at the very least. Just don't expect Roberto Martinez to flinch from his belief that passing the ball, rather than launching it, is the best way to win games.
Liverpool are 11 points and 11 places better off than at this stage last season, and keeping Luis Suarez happy is manifestly their first priority.
With that in mind, owner John W. Henry laid on his private jet to whisk the striker from Montevideo to Merseyside following Uruguay's World Cup qualification at the expense of Jordan on Wednesday night.
Suarez has eight goals in seven games for his club this season; "The kid says he wants a jet? Well, what are you waiting for? Give him mine!"


Everton's only win in the last 13 Premier League Merseyside derbies was a 2-0 victory at Goodison Park in October 2010, which was Liverpool's first game under new owner John W Henry.
Everton have lost seven of those 13 games and failed to score in eight (W1, D5, L7).
This fixture has produced the most red cards in Premier League history (20) - although Jack Rodwell's dismissal in 2011 was later overturned.
Saturday's match will be the 221st Merseyside derby, and the 189th in the league. Liverpool lead by 87 wins to Everton's 66 in all competitions.

The Toffees are unbeaten in their 14 Premier League matches at Goodison Park in 2013 (W10, D4). It is 51 years since Everton last went an entire calendar year unbeaten at home in the league.
Everton have recorded consecutive goalless draws. They have not drawn 0-0 in three successive league matches since February 1982.
They have not conceded a league goal for five hours and 30 minutes.
Tim Howard will start his 272nd Premier League game for Everton, breaking the club record set by David Unsworth.

Liverpool are 11 points and as many places better off than at this stage of last season. This is their best start to a season in five years.
They have won all seven league matches in which they opened the scoring.
The Reds have scored an unrivalled 16 league goals in the first half of matches this season.
If matches ended at half time, Liverpool would be five points clear at the top of the table.
Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have both scored 18 goals in 2013, the equal-most in the division alongside Christian Benteke and Robin van Persie.

Competition: Premier League
Everton V Liverpool                                     
Date: Saturday, 23 Nov 2013
Kickoff: 12:45  BST
Venue: Goodison Park
Live/Repeat: Live

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