Friends Of Liverpool

Its derby day again and the Blue side of Liverpool feel they have the beating of us lot at Liverpool FC.

Apparently, David Moyes (Mr.Grumpy) thinks Liverpool are now at an equal footing to Everton money-wise with no money for new signings and with Dutchman Johnny Heitinga mouthing off about Liverpool’s poor form making today’s game the perfect one for Everton to beat us.

No chance, expect Phil Neville to get sent off against us yet again as he tries to kick lumps out of any player in a Red shirt.

It is true that this will be a very tough match for Liverpool to win but I am hopeful that we can do it.

Everton have not lost a game since we beat them 2-0 in November but we have been undefeated in the Premiership since December, so you have two form teams going head-to-head today.

It will be a tough game as usual.

Lets hope Kiriagos continues his fine form at the back and that Stevie G, Dirk Kuyt and David Ngog get the goals.

Failing that, Mascherano got a nice one against them at Goodison in November, so lets hope he might do the same today.

2-0 to the Reds.

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