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The Merseyside derby will have a very different feel to it this time around with no fans present. Goodson Park usually has a boisterous atmosphere but Everton and Liverpool’s latest clash is being played behind closed doors as part of the Premier League’s restart following the coronavirus-enforced hiatus.

Asked how it might affect the game, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp said: “We will see.

“If you measure it and compare it with the perfect situation, how it would be usually, then you think, ‘Oh, that’s different and that’s different’, but we know that already.

“We’ve done pre-activation with the players now for three weeks and pretty much everything happens in a tent, if you are not on the pitch.

“So far we were not allowed to use the dressing rooms, so using the dressing rooms could be allowed from Saturday but in a different way, but yes, we can change inside, we can change at home.

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“So Sunday then, yes things will be different but we try to make it as complicated as possible for us in our preparation [so] we arrive there and are not surprised.

“We are happy that we are allowed to change and allowed to play, and all the rest we take like it is.”

Carlo Ancelotti, though, feels his team will be at a disadvantage without a packed Goodison Park.

The Everton manager said: “Everyone in football says your supporters are the 12th man.


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Existing customers can live stream the action via the Sky Go app.

However, there is also a way to watch the match for free.

Sky has made the game free-to-air on its Pick channel, which can be found on Sky (channel 159), Freeview (channel 11), Freesat (channel 144) and Virgin Media (channel 165).

Those watching on Freeview can stream the action using built-in Freeview TV or the mobile app.

Or for those streaming on NOW TV, free-to-air games will be shown on Sky One, which is available on the Entertainment Pass.

Fans can also sign up for a seven-day free NOW TV trial here.

Everton vs Liverpool team news

The Toffees have a raft of injuries in midfield, with Morgan Schneiderlin, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Fabian Delph all sidelined.

Defender Yerry Mina and winger Theo Walcott are also ruled out but Andre Gomes is available.

Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns, with goalkeeper Alisson fit after a hip problem.

Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson are expected to play after overcoming fitness concerns.

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