Liverpool v Everton odds : Enhanced 4/1 on Liverpool home win causing stir amongst punters

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We’re all set for another Merseyside derby as Betfred announce they are enhancing the price on the Liverpool home win from 8/11 to 4/1, which has already sent pulses racing amongst punters and fans alike.

One of the most highly anticipated Liverpool and Everton derby clashes of recent years will take on Tuesday with both sides jostling for fourth place.

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The Reds and Toffee’s are both enjoying stunning seasons to date and with 22 games played they are almost neck and neck with just one point and two places separating them.

Liverpool currently hold the advantage in the race for the Champions league but with Tottenham also in the mix, sandwiched nicely in between them, there is no margin for error.

Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has yet to win a Merseyside derby since taking charge at Anfield with all three fixtures to date ending in a draw. The most recent of those shared spoils came in the 3-3 in November when Everton came from 2-1 down to lead 3-2 with just a minute to go before Daniel Sturridge rescued a point for Liverpool.

The club will head into the game on the back of a keenly contested 2-0 win away to Bournemouth in the FA Cup. The result extended Liverpool latest unbeaten run to five games and they remain unbeaten in 2014.

The only drawback form the clash with the Cherries was the fact that given the size of Liverpool’s squad and the large injury list currently affecting the club, Rodgers was unable to give some of his stars a rest.

Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge all played the full 90 minutes while Philippe Coutinho played 83 minutes.

All four are set to start on Tuesday while Simon Mignolet will return in goal in place of Brad Jones.

Martin Kelly is likely to continue at right back in place of Glen Johnson with Jon Flanagan not match fix after a spell out.

Raheem Sterling could come in for Victor Moses despite his goal on Saturday while Kolo Toure will continue alongside Martin Skrtel with Mamadou Sakho and Daniel Agger both still out.

Lucas and Luis Enrique are also out while Joe Allen is a doubt after missing the clash with Bournemouth.

Everton meanwhile also eased their way into the fifth round of the FA when they beat Stevenage 4-0 thanks to goals from fringe players Steven Naismith (2), John Heitinga and Magaye Gueye.

The win came with a cost however with defender cum winger Bryan Oviedo suffering a double break to his leg and out for an extended spell out.

Heitinga is also potentially out of Tuesday’s clash with reports claiming he is closing in on a move to Turkish side Galatasaray.

Tim Howard and Romelu Lukaku were both rested for the full 90 minutes.

Long term absentees Arouna Kone, Darron Gibson (both knee) and Gerard Deulofeu (hamstring) are all out while Seamus Coleman, Antolin Alcaraz, Steven Pienaar and Ross Barkley are all struggling to make the derby clash.

New signing Lacina Traore won’t feature as he completes the final pieces of his move from Monaco.

Like Liverpool, Everton are also unbeaten in 2014 winning three and drawing two of their 5 games so far.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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