Everton v Liverpool Derby Match Preview 28 October 2012

Everton host rivals from across Stanley Park, Liverpool at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.
In what will be the first Merseyside Derby since the Truth came out about the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, it will be guaranteed that it will be an emotional occasion.
The city of Liverpool has fought for the Truth and justice for 23 years and still continue to fight for the families of the 96.
Everton are going into the game tomorrow as many peoples favourites- which is rare because Liverpool have had the upper recently.
Everton will be hoping that star man Marouane Fellaini is passed fit for the game as he could play a key part in which way the game could go.
The Belgian international has been in fine form this season for the Blue’s and Moyes will be hoping that he can start the game and continue with his brilliant performances so far this season.
Moyes will be without Steven Pienaar (suspended) and Darron Gibson (thigh).
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has no new injury concerns after Thursday night’s win in the Europa League.
However the fitness of goalkeeper Pepe Reina will be assessed before the game and he could return Sunday afternoon.
Rodgers could have numerous Merseyside Derby debutants starting on Sunday including Joe Allen, Andre Wisdom, Suso and Raheem Sterling.
However with the vast amount experience around these players Rodgers will believe that his youngsters will be able to cope with the game.
Whoever wins the game will have the bragging rights for a while but Everton have not had the bragging rights since 2010, which was their last victory in this game.
Everton (from): Howard, Distin, Jagielka, Baines, Hibbert, Neville, Osman, Fellaini, Jelavic, Mucha, Gueye, Heitinga, Anichebe, Mirallas, Naismith, Oviedo, Coleman, Vellios, Hitzlsperger.
Liverpool (from): Reina, Jones, Johnson, Enrique, Agger, Coates, Carragher, Skrtel, Wisdom, Robinson, Sahin, Gerrard, Cole, Henderson, Downing, Allen, Sterling, Shelvey, Suarez, Assaidi, Suso, Yesil.
Everton- 17/10 (Ladbrokes)
Draw- 23/10 (Skybet)
Liverpool- 19/10 (StanJames)

1st Goalscorer
Jelavic- 7/1 (StanJames)
Fellaini- 12/1 (StanJames)
Mirallas- 8/1 (StanJames)
Suarez- 13/2 (PaddyPower)
Gerrard- 9/1 (StanJames)
Sterling- 12/1 (BetFred)
My Tip:
Keep your money in your pocket because this could go either way.
Seriously though a score draw: 1-1 6/1- StanJames

    Liverpool Vs Udinese Betting Tips

    Liverpool Vs Udinese

    Liverpool come into this game off the back of a 5-2 away win… at lowly Norwich, We are under the belief that gaffer Brendan Rodgers should be taking this competition as seriously as the league, to aid in restoring some faith in the fan base. Udinese come into this drawing the last two games 0-0 and we could see another low scoring game here.

    Match odds:

    Liverpool – 4/6 Totesport
    Draw – 29/10 Bet Victor
    Udinese – 5/1 Blue Square

    We anticipate this to be a low scoring game, assuming Liverpool put out an experienced outfit. We think the win price at home is too short to back as Liverpool are known for their goal-less results in Europe. They are hard to break down and Udinese have struggled for goals. You might want to take first goal after 27 mins at BetVictor’s 39/40 and Liverpool to score first 8/15 at the same firm.

    If Suarez plays he is 6/5 to score in 90 minutes, which may be a great bet, seeing as ne netted a hatrick at the weekend and is thirsty for goals. There is no reason why the half time result should be a draw, which pays 5/4 at Bet365 and also total goal minutes 5/6 for less than 120 minutes.

    If Liverpool want to sort themselves out, they need to put a strong line up out.

    Recommendation: *subject to team news*

    First goal after 27 mins at BetVictor’s 39/40
    Half time draw – 5/4 Bet365

    * William Hill – The Punt predictions *
    Ron Atkinson – No bet
    Derek McGovern – Udinese +1 13/10