Everton will be out for revenge after narrowly missing out on a point at Anfield earlier this season.
Divock Origi’s 96th minute winner proved the difference in the last derby as the Belgian was first to the rebound when Virgil Van Dijk’s scuffed shot came off the bar.
And Sadio Mane’s masterclass against Watford will again leave the Reds feeling like they have the upper hand.
Everton’s position mid-table reflects their inconsistency this season, but the Merseyside derby has been a tight affair of late. They will believe they have the willpower to overcome the odds.
The Blues go into the clash quietly confident after hammering Cardiff City 3-0 – Marco Silva will be looking to main man Gylfi Sigurdsson to step up to the plate.
What time is kick-off?
The match takes place on Sunday, March 3.
Kick-off is at Goodison Park, at 4.15pm.
Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
This Merseyside derby will be shown straight after Fulham vs Chelsea on Sky Sports Main Event, Football and UHD.
Alternatively, you can watch it on Now TV – day passes are available for £8.99 if you don’t already have a subscription.
As per usual, we will be running our dedicated LIVE BLOG so you can keep up with all the action with us, right here at SunSport.
What is the team news?
Jurgen Klopp will assess Roberto Firmino’s ankle injury ahead of Liverpool’s game against Everton.
If the Brazilian is unable to return it is likely that Sadio Mane will continue down the middle after his brace against Watford.
Dejan Lovren has returned to training after a hamstring injury but is not set to return just yet.
For Everton, Kurt Zouma is available following his suspension after he was sent off after the final whistle at Watford.
Leighton Baines is out with a rib injury while Yerry Mina’s condition is slowly improving.