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Picks, predictions, and how to watch the Merseyside Derby between Everton and Liverpool

 Picks, predictions, and how to watch the Merseyside Derby between Everton and Liverpool

We go over everything you need to know for Everton vs. Liverpool on Matchday 6.

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The next Merseyside derby will begin on Saturday when Liverpool travels to Goodison Park to face Everton. The Reds just defeated Newcastle 2-1 after finding their rhythm over a previous couple of games. The most recent of the Toffees' three league games, against Leeds, finished in a 1-1 tie. They have yet to pick up their first victory of the year.

At DraftKings Sportsbook, Liverpool is the clear favorite and is listed at -255 on the Moneyline, while Everton is listed at +700 as the underdog. This derby game will begin at 7:30 a.m. ET and be broadcast on the USA Network. On fuboTV, a Livestream will be accessible with a premium membership.

Everton v. Liverpool
Date: Saturday, September 3
Time: 7:30 a.m. ET
TV channel: USA Network
Live stream: fuboTV

Odds, picks & predictions
Everton: +700
Draw: +400
Liverpool: -255

Pick on the Moneyline: Liverpool -255

Liverpool had lost all three of their games to start the season, but they had a stunning turnaround on Matchday 4 when they tied Bournemouth for the largest EPL win with a resounding 9-0 triumph. Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, and Fabio Carvalho each contributed a goal, and Luis Diaz and Roberto Firmino both scored a hat trick. Early in the second half, Bournemouth defender Chris Mepham was also given credit for an own goal.

Everton has failed to record a victory this season, losing their first two games and drawing their last three. When Liverpool travels almost one mile from Anfield to Goodison Park, they'll be hoping to at least get a point, but if the Reds have anything to say about it, they'll be departing their rivals' stadium with all three points.

The Toffees just avoided relegation last season, and if the first five games are any indicator of how Frank Lampard's team will do through all 38 games, they appear to be in danger once again this year. With only three points, they are currently in 17th place, whereas Liverpool has moved up to a fifth place with eight points. Support the Reds.

Highlights of the Everton vs. Liverpool matchup: Even in a fun goalless Merseyside Derby, honors were awarded.