BY THE NUMBERS: Liverpool v Everton (H)

BY THE NUMBERS: Liverpool vs Everton (H)

Who: Liverpool vs Everton

Where: Anfield Stadium

When: Sunday, 2 December, 11:15am ET

Where Can I Watch? http://NBCSports.com, NBC Sports Live

NBCSN (TV/Cable/Satellite)

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Anfield will host one of the most anticipated soccer fixtures on the Premier League calendar this weekend as Jürgen invites Marko Silva and the Blues across Stanley Park to play the Merseyside Derby.

Here’s more by the numbers:

0: No other Premier League Fixture has produced more Red Cards than the Merseyside Derby.

2: David Johnson and Peter Beardsley have scored for both Liverpool and Everton in a Merseyside Derby.

3-0-2: Liverpool have picked up 11 points in their last five games against the blues with a record of 3-0-2.

5: After 13 matches, Gomez and Van Dijk have set a new club record conceding just five goals.

8: Alisson Becker tops the 18/19 Premier League leaderboard in clean sheets so far this season with 8. This is joint top alongside Ederson for Manchester City.

11: Everton’s #11 Theo Walcott is in fact a Liverpool supporter. On the flip side, Liverpool’s #20 Adam Lallana grew up supporting the Blues.

10: Mo Salah has been directly involved in 10 goals this season. 7 goals and 3 assists. Mo is one goal behind Sergio Aguero who currently leads the Premier League this season in goals (8).

59: Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye currently tops the Premier League in tackles made this season with 59. This is ten more than any other Premier League player.

70: Mohamed Salah has been on hand with 70 goals in 70 games for Liverpool across all competitions. 53 goals and 17 assists. Mo is back.

85: Over their last 38 Premier League games, Liverpool have picked up 85 points. Winning 25, drawing 10 and losing just 3.

1962: The Merseyside derby is the longest running top-flight derby in England, having been played continuously since 1962-63.

2002: In 2002, Abel Xavier became the first and only player to play in derby matches for both teams in the same season.

2010: Everton travel to Anfield having not beaten the Reds there since 1999. Their last win against Liverpool came in 2010 at Goodison Park.

£750,000: Gary Ablett moved from Anfield to Goodison in 1992 for £750,000 – Ablett is the only player to win the FA Cup with both clubs.

 

 

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