Derby Liverpool – Everton LIVE via ESPN: the sixth date of the Premier League is played

With three stops in one minute, Jordan Pickford aggravated the game crisis suffered by Liverpool and which was transferred to the Merseyside derby this Saturday, from which the ‘Reds’ were only able to get one point, insufficient to hunt down the leading teams in the Premier League (0-0). Jürgen Klopp’s side, who have punctured with this four times this season, remain six points off the lead, which could be nine if Arsenal win this weekend. And the worst is the feeling of a broken team with the departure of Sadio Mané, with the trident’s lack of aim up front and a midfield that misses Thiago Alcántara. Fabio Carvalho and Harvey Elliot, starters in the 4- 3-3 together with Fabinho, they still have to lead the midfield, although Liverpool’s biggest problem at Goodison Park was upstairs, with Darwin Núñez and Luis Díaz denied in front of goal and Mohamed Salah missing since the League final of Champions against Real Madrid. The normal thing is that, with the chances they had, Liverpool would have killed the derby before the break. A deflected header by Núñez was followed by two attempts by Díaz, with more desire than success. Everton also had it, with a shot at the post by Davies with the outside. But it was Liverpool who had the most misfortune and in just thirty seconds they shot twice at the wood. First with a volley from Núñez that Pickford sent to the crossbar and later with a rebound that Díaz crashed into the top corner. Jürgen Klopp’s level of incredulity increased with the entry of Roberto Firmino, the man who could have held the key to the goal. The Brazilian opened a carousel of three chances in one minute that raised Pickford’s standards. The English goalkeeper, in the blink of an eye, took a hand down from Firmino, a header from point-blank range to the Brazilian and a volley to Fabinho inside the area. Pickford’s miracles brought Everton back to life, who had the game in hand. Neil Maupay missed a heads-up only from the penalty spot before the play that could sentence Liverpool. A goal disallowed Coady for millimeter offside by impaling a delivery at the far post. The referee did not see it, the linesman did not see it, and it had to be the VAR that deflated the joy of the ‘Toffees’, who were left without a goal and without their first victory against Liverpool at Goodison Park since 2010. To finish off the crazy afternoon at the Everton stadium, Salah, at the last minute, was met by a save from Pickford, who sent the ball to the post and ended 0-0. Liverpool has three draws and one defeat in six games at the start of the season, while Frank Lampard’s Everton have four points and are fourteenth in the table. Liverpool vs. Everton: relive the incidents At what time does Liverpool play vs. Everton?Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador: 6:30 amParaguay, Chile, Bolivia and Venezuela: 7:30 amArgentina, Uruguay and Brazil: 8:30 amSpain: 1:30 pmWhat channel shows the Liverpool vs. Everton?Liverpool vs. Everton will be one of the most attractive duels of the day in the English league. The confrontation will take place at the Goodison Park Stadium and will be broadcast in Peru, Colombia and the rest of the countries of South America, by Star + (Star Plus) and ESPN. In Mexico, the contest can be seen by Paramount +; in Spain, via DAZN, while in the United States, the channels with the rights are UNIVERSO NOW, SiriusXM FC, USA Network, Telemundo Deportes and UNIVERSO.Liverpool vs. Everton: this is how the teams arriveAfter the unexpected start in the Premier League, with two draws and a heavy defeat at the hands of Manchester United, Liverpool chained two wins and is going for a third, to climb the table and thus approach the surprising leader Arsenal, which has a perfect score. The ‘Reds’, in their recent presentation, suffered more than necessary to beat Newcastle United at Anfield. Fabio Carvalho signed the comeback goal (2-1) over the ‘Urracas’, in the last moments of the match. Before that, Roberto Firmino scored the temporary equalizer. “The next game will be a proper fight, I’m not sure we should think too much about playing football, it will be a proper fight and we have to be prepared for that”, warned Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp ahead of the match against Everton. Liverpool, for now, is in sixth place with eight points and is seven behind Arsenal. Between the two squads, there are Manchester United, Brighton, Tottenham and Manchester City. Everton will be in charge, which is one of the three teams that has not managed to win so far in the championship. The ‘Toffees’ have recorded three draws and two losses and are seventeenth with just three units. understanding of ‘why we were there’ and that’s going to take some time”, analyzed Everton manager Frank Lampard. Liverpool vs. Everton: probable line-ups Everton: Pickford, Keane, Coady, Tarkowski, Patterson, Onana, Iwobi, Mykolenko, Gordon, McNeil and Gray. DT: Frank Lampard.Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gómez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Elliott, Fabinho, Henderson, Luis Díaz, Salah and Firmino. DT: Jürgen Klopp. Where does Liverpool play vs. Everton, for the Premier League? Receive our newsletter: we will send you the best sports content, as Depor always does. YOU MAY BE INTERESTED