Delph and Coleman ruled out for Everton against Liverpool

Liverpool v Everton proves that money can't always buy success

Liverpool v Everton proves that money can't always buy success

The England worldwide missed out on Everton's 2-1 loss to Leicester on Sunday, where an extremely late goal via VAR saw the Blues suffer their second successive Premier League defeat.

Leicester ensured the gap did not increase last weekend thanks to a dramatic stoppage-time victor against Everton, who are fourth bottom and two points above the relegation zone.

"It will be tough".

Liverpool extended their unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a home victory against Brighton on Saturday, but the performance was far from flawless. They are top of the table.

"The record for us is not good enough".

Klopp has confirmed that Joel Matip will take more time to recover while Fabinho is expected to miss the remainder of 2019 which limits the manager's options in defence and midfield. "I know about 20 years without a win and because of that we have to look at the game as a good opportunity and do something the club didn't do for 20 years".

It is another game in a tough run of fixtures for the Goodison Park side which includes the visit of Chelsea, a trip to Manchester United and then Leicester in the Carabao Cup before they host Arsenal. "It was a really good game from both teams and we want to embrace the challenge", Silva said.

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"You know how it is in a derby - the form and who is on top in the table is not important because you are playing in a derby". It was hard for us.

"I go out and put my life on the line for them".

Whilst Liverpool would still be the heavy favourites regardless of Everton's injury problems, it still comes as a boost for Jurgen Klopp's side.

"Theo will be okay for tomorrow", Silva explained in his pre-match press conference at Finch Farm.

Given the injury problems in midfield where André Gomes is sidelined until the later stages of the season at the earliest, Delph has struggled with a succession of soft-tissue problems and there is uncertainty over when Jean-Philippe Gbamin might be ready, the manager was asked whether Everton would consider going into the transfer market next month. "He was sick and worked the last two sessions with the team".

"Coleman tried this morning again but he's not in condition to be fit for the match and Delph is not training at this moment with the team. Let's see in the next few days".

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