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FULL-TIME: The referee brings the game to an end and it finishes 2-2 as Everton fight back from going 2-0 down to earn a share of the spoils at Goodison Park. Controversial end to the game as Suarez has a goal chalked off for offside when replays show he was level.
Coleman is booked for a foul on Sterling.
Everton make a change as Oviedo replaces Naismith.
Suarez is booked for a late challenge on Distin.
Henderson comes on for Wisdom in Liverpool's final change of the game.
Agger is booked for handball even though it looked like the Liverpool defender was impeded by Fellaini.
Jagielka is booked after pulling back Sterling as the Liverpool youngster looks to get clear on goal.
Everton have also made a change with Gueye replacing the injured Mirallas.
Double change for Liverpool as Jonjo Shelvey comes on for Suso and Sebastian Coates comes on for Sahin.
Sam on Twitter is still getting his breath back after the first half and is going for a 3-3 draw.
The referee brings the first half to a close with the score 2-2 as Everton come from two goals down to go in even at the break.
Neville is booked for diving on the edge of the box.
GOAL: Everton draw level as Fellaini's cross is fired into the net by Naismith with Enrique failing to pick up the run of the Scot.
Sterling is booked for a late challenge on Baines.
GOAL: Osman fires home from the inside the box for Everton after Jones punches the ball straight out to the midfielder.
GOAL: Suarez makes it 2-0 as he heads home Gerrard's inviting free-kick. Poor defending from the home side.
Osman is the first player to be booked after catching Sterling.
GOAL: Liverpool break the deadlock as Suarez scores for Liverpool as his shot takes a flick off Baines and into the net.
Liverpool fan Ryan Anders is going a for a score draw.
Adam on Twitter is going for Suarez hat-trick to inspire a 4-1 win to Liverpool.
Joseph Falconer goes for a Liverpool 3-1 win. What do you think?
Liam Faulkner is tipping a 2-1 win for Liverpool and he is hoping the flair of Sterling, Sahin and Suarez can prove the difference for the Reds.
Iain Kemble is going for a 3-2 win to Liverpool with Raheem Sterling being the key player for Liverpool.
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Gabriel Sutton is expecting a tight encounter and is predicting a goalless draw
The 219th Merseyside derby sees Liverpool come into the derby with successive 1-0 wins over Reading and Anzhi Makhachkala. The Reds are 7/1 to win 1-0 with 2-0 boosted from 11/1 to 14/1. Raheem Sterling has caught the eye recently and it's 33/1 for him to net first and either Liverpool to win 1-0 or 2-1. The influential Marouane Fellaini returns and is 45/1 to score first and Everton to win 1-0. A win for either team is 13/8 with the draw 23/10.
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