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Saturday, 1 October 2011

Watch Everton v Liverpool Online Free Live Stream Barclays Premier League -1st October-2011,13:45 CET

Watch Everton v Liverpool Live Stream Online PC TV Video Free, Everton v Liverpool Live Online Instant Streaming Internet TV Free, Everton v Liverpool Live Soccer TV Channels Online, Everton v Liverpool live streaming broadcast Online Today, Everton v Liverpool Live Stream Online Video Coverage Now, Barclays Premier League live stream online HD TV Online, Everton v Liverpool Live Stream Online HDTV Coverage Here.TEAM NEWS Liverpool make the short trip across Stanley Park to face Everton in the Merseyside Derby on Saturday (12:45pm kick off).

EA Sports bring the pertinent stats ahead of the big game…

The Liverpool players covered a total of 112,645m (69.99miles) during their 2-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend
Lucas Leiva was the Liverpool player to cover the most ground (11,900m/7.39miles) during the game against Wolves, closely followed by Charlie Adam (11,637m/7.23miles) and Stewart Downing (10,636m/6.61miles)
The Everton players covered a total of 115,703m (71.89miles) during their 2-0 loss at Manchester City last weekend
Marouane Fellaini was the Everton player to cover the most ground (12,611m/7.84miles) against Manchester City, followed by Leon Osman (12,112m/7.53miles) and Jack Rodwell (11,099m/6.90miles)
Liverpool’s Charlie Adam is the player from either side to be currently ranked highest on the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index. Adam is currently in 23rd place while Everton’s highest ranked player is Phil Jagielka in 75th place
Adam has one goal in 507 minutes of Barclays Premier League action this season and has hit the target with 66.67% of his 12 total shots this season. Adam has also won 72.73% of all the tackles he has entered in to this season
Stewart Downing has had 7 shots on target (58% of all shots) without scoring this season
Leiva Lucas has won 21 tackles this season, behind only Wigan’s Maynor Figueroa and Chelsea‘s Ashley Cole in the tackles won category of the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index
Jagielka also has one Barclays Premier League goal this season and has won every one of the eight tackles he has entered in to this season. Jagielka has also made five clearances and six interceptions for the Everton cause already this season
The two goalkeepers, Tim Howard and Jose Reina, facing up on Saturday have 462 Barclays Premier League appearances between them, conceding 238 goals (Howard) and 186 goals (Reina) respectively. Between them, they have only received one red card, Reina’s in the 2005/06 season
Everton‘s Sylvain Distin has now won 12 tackles without conceding a single foul this season, making him the cleanest tackler in the league (in comparison Lucas Leiva has conceded 9 fouls from 21 tackles won)
Everton boss David Moyes is hopeful that Tim Cahill will recover from the bruised shin he suffered during last week's 2-0 defeat by Manchester City.

Victor Anichebe is the Toffees' only long-term casualty with a groin injury.

Steven Gerrard is likely to be on Liverpool's bench, but Daniel Agger is set to miss out despite returning to training after suffering a broken rib.

Glen Johnson is also back in training as he recovers from a hamstring problem, but will be absent again.On a rare night without football to watch on TV last week, I channel-hopped to find highlights of the 1986 FA Cup final being shown. As well as making me feel old, it gave me a reminder of just how special this derby is - particularly in the MOTD office, with messrs Lineker, Hansen & Lawrenson all playing key roles.

The derby back then was generally perceived from outside as being one of the 'friendlier' ones, with fans of both sides often standing together.

On the field at least it's a little different now, with this Premier League fixture seeing more red cards than any other - 19 to be exact, with 11 in the last 15 meetings between the blue and red of Merseyside.

I'd expect this one to be on the feisty side of fair too. Despite the insistence this week by Everton's Sylvain Distin that it's "just another football game", the atmosphere inside a packed Goodison Park will ensure that it won't be.

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