Everton vs Liverpool: Three battles that'll decide the game

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Yes, possible rotation is an issue, but Klopp will still feel a sense of obligation when he names his XI and even a slightly weakened side is likely to have more about it than whatever Allardyce musters. Allardyce said when asked whether a positive performance and result could sway his critics. But, he will need to be at his best defensively to stem the flow of Mane, that said, attack is sometimes the best form of defence and Coleman loves getting up the pitch. "We have to shut that off".

The midfielder missed last weekend's defeat by Manchester City with a hamstring problem but took part in a full training session on Friday.

"We have already a hard situation, everyone knows that".

"I personally don't think I could have done much more with the staff I've got in the period of time I've been working here with these players who were in an extremely hard position before I arrived", Allardyce explained. They have a very good home record.

Allardyce also launched a freakish response after being quizzed about having detractors within the fanbase. The 63-year-old's decision to substitute Rooney was also met with jeers from the home support.

Allardyce answered: "Where are the doubters?"

"There are a few that are complaining".

Unusually for Klopp he would not elaborate on the fitness of his injured players but insisted he was not in the business of holding anyone back for next week's second leg. On radio, on TV, in papers and of course social media.so you create the stir.

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He didn't reveal what was wrong was her, but said she was all right and thanked the medical professionals who helped them. Watching his mother step into oncoming traffic on Nashville's Interstate 65, he remembered saving her life.

"Today I think everybody will understand what he is doing".

'When everybody else says I'm not wanted or I'm going to be changed, don't listen to it'.

Capable of playing in a deep-midfield role or as a more creative player further upfield as he has been of late, Tom Davies will surely start for Everton this weekend.

Defender Ashley Williams is also available again after completing a three-match ban following his dismissal against Burnley.

No such doom and gloom across Stanley Park, with Liverpool's 3-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on Wednesday having Reds fans dreaming of another European Cup. Tuesday has to come second otherwise we will get turned over.

"If we had to play Liverpool in a derby match it's a good time to do that in between the two Champions League games. If he changes his squad it will still be strong and fresh".

"It'll be interesting to see the selection", Allardyce concluded.

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