What channel is Everton vs Liverpool kick-off time, TV and live stream details

The Premier League returns with a bang on Saturday lunchtime with a mouthwatering Merseyside derby.

Top-of-the-table Everton welcome champions Liverpool to Goodison Park as they seek their first victory over their neighbours in 10 years.

The Toffees are the only side to have won four out of four so far, while Jurgen Klopp’s side’s last fixture was that 7-2 demolition away at Aston Villa.

Both sides boast forwards who have hit the ground running this season.

Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s superb start to the 2020/21 campaign has seen him score six Premier League goals, hat-tricks in the league and Carabao Cup and on his England debut.

Mohamed Salah is once again proving to be Liverpool’s main man going forward with five goals from his side’s opening four games.

What time is Everton vs Liverpool?

Saturday’s Merseyside derby at Goodison Park is the first Premier League fixture of the weekend, getting underway at 12.30pm.

All of last season’s top four play on Saturday due to Champions League fixtures next week.

Later in the day, Chelsea host Southampton at 3pm, Arsenal go to Manchester City for the day’s 5.30pm match before the action is rounded off by Newcastle vs Manchester United at 8pm.

Everton vs Liverpool TV channel and live stream

The BT Sport cameras will be in Liverpool on Saturday.

Coverage on the broadcaster’s BT Sport 1 and Ultimate channels begins at 11.30am.

Fans will need a subscription which will also allow them to stream the game through the BT Sport app.

Chelsea vs Southampton will be on BT Sport Box Office, Man City vs Arsenal on Sky Sports and Newcastle vs Man Utd on Sky Sports Box Office.

Everton vs Liverpool odds


The formbook goes out the window is one of the Merseyside derby's most enduring cliches. It's also one of the most inaccurate.

Liverpool have finished above their closest rivals in eight of the last 10 Premier League seasons, which coincides with the longest unbeaten run in Merseyside derby history.

So they have understandably been installed as 17/20 favourites with thepools.com to win Saturday's lunchtime showdown, with Everton 13/5 and the draw 3/1.

But the 237th Merseyside derby isn't quite as cut and dried as all that.

Goodison derby matches – with or without spectators – have followed a recent trend.

Four of the last six have finished goalless – a sequence that was heading for five out of six until Sadio Mane's 94th minute winner in 2016. The other in that list ended 1-1.

So Under 2.5 goals is a well priced 7/5 While another goalless draw is a huge 18/1 price.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.

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