Goodison Park

Everton will be looking to record their first win over Liverpool since 2010 when the clubs meet in the Merseyside derby on Monday Night. Since Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta secured a 2-0 win at Goodison Park in October 2010, Liverpool have been completely dominant in the fixture and Everton have picked up only four points from the following eleven games between the two sides.

Midweek win for Everton

A 2-1 victory over title chasing Arsenal on Tuesday has lightened the mood at the Goodison Park club after winning only one of their last ten league games and should give them some confidence going into the derby.

What will be a cause of concern however is the fact that Everton have conceded the first goal in seven of their last ten games, carrying that form on into Monday's game could prove very costly against free scoring Liverpool.

Top scorers

Jurgen Klopp's men are the top scorers in the Premier League with 40 goals in just 16 games, and come into the game on the back of an impressive 3-0 victory away at Middlesbrough. That win, their biggest away win of the season, has left Liverpool in second place in the table, six points behind leaders Chelsea and they remain four points clear of fifth placed Tottenham. One of the standout performers for Liverpool this season has been Adam Lallana, the England international scored twice against Boro and set up the second goal for Divock Origi, and has now been directly involved in 12 of the goals his side have scored in the league.

Selection news

Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku will be the main threat from Everton, and the 23 year old will be looking for a repeat of last seasons corresponding fixture when he opened the scoring for the home side. If he does score it will be his tenth goal of the season, and the fifth season in a row that he has got into double figures in the Premier League.

One player missing out for the home side will be Captain Phil Jagielka who was sent off late in the Arsenal game after two yellow cards. Ashley Williams, who scored the later winner against the North London club will likely be partnered with Ramiro Funes Mori in central defence. Liverpool, who have no new injury concerns, are likely to be unchanged, with goalkeeper Loris Karius once again missing out after being dropped in the wake of criticism from Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher.