Premier League Sunday 24th April 2022

Liverpool v Everton 16:30


  • Already played this season in the league, Everton 1-4 Liverpool
  • Last season’s repeat fixture ended, Liverpool 0-2 Everton
  • 5 of the last 9 league head-to-heads ended in DRAWS
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in 24 of their last 25 vs Everton (all comps) 7 of the last 11 head-to-heads went UNDER 2.5 GOALS
  • Both teams DIDN’T score in 6 of the last 9 head-to-heads
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in 20 of their last 21 home league games vs Everton
  • 11 DRAWS in the last 21 head-to-heads
  • Liverpool have scored in 17 of their last 19 vs Everton
  • 3 of the last 8 league head-to-heads ended 0-0
  • Mo Salah (Liverpool) has scored 3 goals in the last 3 head-to-heads


The seems little stopping Liverpool at the moment – clearly the in-form side in the Premier League and having already bagged the League Cup in the final of the FA Cup and the semis of the Champions League then the quad is very much still on for the Reds.

Next up for Liverpool in the league though is a home clash against old rivals Everton in what could be a potential banana skin game – the Red lost this fixture 0-2 last season remember!

The match betting says otherwise though with Liverpool as short as 1.20 to win the game, the draw 6.50 and Everton at 15.00.

We’ve also seen 5 of the last 9 head-to-heads end all square (55%), which will give Everton fans some hope, or 11 of the last 21 also ended with the honours shared – you can back Everton/Draw in the ‘Double Chance’ market at 4.33.

That said, Liverpool still head into the game having lost only one of their last 21 home league games over Everton.

7 of the last 11 head-to-heads went Under 2.5 Goals, this can be backed at 2.75, which might tempt some in, but both teams ‘didn’t’ score in 6 of the last 9 clashes too – one (or both) the sides not to score can be backed at 1.75.

Liverpool have also scored in 17 of their last 19 vs Everton too, while Mo Salah has netted 3 goals in the last three head-to-heads – you can back Salah to score 2+ goals at 4.50, or the first goal at 3.75 and anytime at 1.57.

Overall, it’s a game that you can expect Everton to be well up for – a win (or even a draw) will massively dent their rivals title charge, but the Toffeemen are struggling this season and trying to beat this in-form Liverpool team is easier said than done.

The Reds are way too short though at 1.20 in the match betting, so we’ll side with one (or both) the sides to keep a clean sheet in the ‘both teams ‘not’ to score’ market at 1.75.