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Liverpool V Everton live Stream Premier League -Preview 28th Jan 2014

Match Preview: On Tuesday,28 January 2014,There Is One of the important match Liverpool V Everton of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Liverpool V Everton streaming is available here  Liverpool V Everton Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Anfield 1/28/14 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 Liverpool V Everton Live Stream, Liverpool V Everton live streaming TV Coverage, Live Streaming Liverpool V Everton online free, Liverpool V Everton Live High Quality Streaming video, Liverpool V Everton at Anfield Tuesday,28 January 2014,kick-off 20:00 GMT.Everton have received a lift ahead of Tuesday night's Merseyside derby with the news that left-back Leighton Baines has signed a new contract. The 29-year-old, who has become a key member of the Everton team since his move from Wigan Athletic in 2007, has penned a four-year-deal. He has made 215 Barclays Premier League appearances for the club, and 72 for Wigan, and has claimed a total of 22 goals and 33 assists.
"It would be an understatement to say we are delighted to secure the best footballing years of Leighton Baines at our club," said Toffees manager Roberto Martinez. "It's long-term, so it's for the next four years and it's a phenomenal boost. It's massive and exciting for the future. Leighton has just turned 29 and brings the right measure of maturity and football knowledge in a very specialised position on the pitch, bringing an infectious and positive influence to the rest of the squad.
"I know that every fan will be delighted with the news and we all share that excitement looking at what's left of this campaign and beyond. With the crucial games we have ahead, it is going to be vitally important to have Leighton's experience there to help us fight for our aims."
There will be more than local pride at stake in Tuesday's mouth-watering Merseyside derby as only a point separates the two teams after Everton dropped down to sixth after they could only draw at West Bromwich Albion in their last Barclays Premier League match.
There is little between the neighbours from across Stanley Park in the battle to secure UEFA Champions League football and they have been evenly matched in recent encounters.
Each of the last three derbies have finished as a draw. In the latest Daniel Sturridge denied Everton a win at Goodison Park in November with a late goal to snatch a 3-3 draw.
Both Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and his Everton counterpart Martinez will be eager to secure their first Merseyside derby victory. Rodgers' side have made a promising start to 2014, winning four of their five matches this year and reaching the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win at Bournemouth on Saturday. Sturridge was on target against the Championship side and the England forward has scored in each of his last four games.
Liverpool have made Anfield a fortress this season, losing only once at home, when Southampton came away with a 1-0 victory back in September. Rodgers is expected to recall in-form winger Raheem Sterling after the teenager started on the bench at Bournemouth, while Jon Flanagan is vying with Martin Kelly to start at right-back in the absence of Glen Johnson, who was ruled out "indefinitely" by Rodgers last week due to several injuries.
Simon Mignolet will return to the starting line-up after being rested on Saturday, but Lucas Leiva (knee), Jose Enrique (knee) and Daniel Agger (calf) all remain sidelined. Joe Allen could be back after sitting out the trip to the south coast and it remains to be seen if Mamadou Sakho (hamstring) will be fit.
Everton also reached the fifth round of the FA Cup at the weekend, but their 4-0 win at Stevenage came at a cost as Bryan Oviedo suffered a double fracture of his left leg. The Costa Rica international looks unlikely to play again for his club this season. Everton have not won in the last seven derbies - a run stretching back to since October 2010, but the trip to Anfield holds no fears for Martinez.
"We are capable of going anywhere and beating any team," he said. "What we will need on Tuesday night is a combination of those two games. We need to be absolutely perfect.
"We're not going to go to Anfield feeling inferior. We are not going there looking for a damage-limitation performance."
Martinez, whose side are unbeaten in their last six games, may include new signing Lacina Traore in his squad for the first time. The manager said on Monda: "Lacina will arrive today and we're going to bring him into the squad as soon as he's ready. It's a little early to tell if he'll be able to make the derby or not but he'll be working with us from today."

The Spaniard added that six other players will be closely monitored to see if they will be available for the match. "We've got a group of six players that we need to assess," he added. "They're carrying a few knocks and injuries. Phil Jagielka had to come off at half-time against Stevenage and we have Sylvain Distin, Antolin Alcaraz, Seamus Coleman, Steven Pienaar and Ross Barkley. We're doubtful they can make the derby but they're not far away so maybe someone has a chance."
Darron Gibson and Arouna Kone (both knee) are definitely out.

Liverpool (from): Jones, Mignolet, Cissokho, Flanagan, Kelly, Sakho, Skrtel, Toure, Alberto, Allen, Gerrard, Henderson, Ibe, Aspas, Coutinho, Moses, Sterling, Sturridge, Suarez.

Everton (from): Howard, Robles, Alcaraz, Baines, Coleman, Distin, Heitinga, Hibbert, Jagielka, Stones, Barry, McCarthy, McGeady, Osman, Pienaar, Deulofeu, Gueye, Lukaku, Mirallas, Naismith, Vellios, Traore.

Match Appointments
Referee: Martin Atkinson. Assistants: P Kirkup, H Lennard. Fourth Official: A Taylor.

Liverpool Manager: Brendan Rodgers

Everton Manager: Roberto Martinez

Competition: Premier League
  Liverpool V Everton               
Date: Tuesday 28th January 2014
Kickoff time 20:00 GMT
Venue:  Anfield
Live/Repeat: Live

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