Published: Tue, March 05, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Liverpool vs Everton player ratings: Origi invisible and Salah to be dropped?

Liverpool vs Everton player ratings: Origi invisible and Salah to be dropped?

Pep Guardiola's side had won their game against Bournemouth the previous day, and now have a one point lead at the top of the Premier League table.

The Reds have now kept 17 clean sheets this season and it's hard to see how Van Dijk won't win the Player of the Year award if Liverpool claim the title. "There are nine games to go and we don't lose our nerves, not like you, obviously". Liverpool has beaten Everton on their own turf just twice in that span, however, drawing five times.

Liverpool had just three shots on target out of a total of 10 attempts, the best two falling to Mohamed Salah who was denied first by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and then a perfectly-timed interception by Michael Keane.

Dejan Lovren is still an injury concern for Liverpool and looks likely to remain sidelined alongside defensive comrade Joe Gomez, while Everton will be without the services of Leighton Baines.

Liverpool now is in second place in the Premier League standings, just one point behind leader Manchester City with nine games remaining, and the race for the championship is shaping up to be the best in recent years.

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"It [the earth's gravitational field] was tough for us today", Klopp told FourFourTwo.

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Ten search teams from various agencies combed the rugged, hilly area while the U.S. The girls were found "in good spirits, not injured", he said .

"I'm really disappointed about your question, really disappointed, I have to say".

"We need to constantly show stability - that's what we did again - and fight for the result".

"We take all the risks, but you can not take more than 100 percent risk". We are offensive enough.

The player was not expected to return to competitive football this season after rupturing his knee ligaments, but has made excellent progress with his rehabilitation.

With the sort of displays Javi Martinez has given in midfield during the past few games for Die Roten, it would be hard for Niko Kovac to snub him for the Liverpool game if they are to physically dominate their opponents.

"Now City can say we win every match, we are going to be champions". We can't change that at the moment - all we can do is win games.

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