Last Updated: 28/10/12 3:35pm
FULL-TIME: The referee brings the game to an end and it finishes 2-2 as Everton fight back from going 2-0 down to earn a share of the spoils at Goodison Park. Controversial end to the game as Suarez has a goal chalked off for offside when replays show he was level.
Sterling finds space on the edge of the box from Allen's quickly taken free-kick, but he curls his shot over the top.
Great run from Suarez as he beats Distin to get in on goal, but his effort is blocked by Baines and Everton finally manage to clear the danger.
Good play from Henderson to keep the ball in down the right and he picks out Gerrard who sees his left-footed shot blocked by Jagielka.
Neville's quickly taken free-kick to the unmarked Naismith is called back by the referee much to the relief of the Liverpool defence who were sleeping.
Fellaini wins a free-kick, but he is lucky as he has kick out at Joe Allen which the referee fails to see.
Shelvey runs unchallenge from deep inside his own half to the edge of the box, but he drags his shot horribly wide. Decent opening for Liverpool that.
Agger is booked for handball even though it looked like the Liverpool defender was impeded by Fellaini.
Great chance for Everton as Baines sends in a great cross and Jelavic gets ahead of his marker, but fails to get his header on target. Lucky escape for Liverpool there
Poor challenge from Coates on Jelavic, but the defender escapes a booking. Good chance for Baines to get a good delivery into the box.
Vital interception from Skrtel after Coleman works a one-two with Fellaini and the full-back's cross towards Jelavic is cut out by Skrtel with the goal at the mercy of the Everton striker.
Fellaini rises highest to meet Coleman's cross, but under pressure from Coates he fails to direct his header on target.
Ambitious effort from the free-kick from fully 35 yards from Gerrard, but his effort is clawed away by Howard.
Jagielka is booked after pulling back Sterling as the Liverpool youngster looks to get clear on goal.
Good run from Suarez as he beats Jagielka and he fires in a shot which is blocked by the Everton defence. Suarez appeals in vain for a penalty feeling the ballstruck the hand of the Everton defender, but the referee waves away the appeals.
Ambitious calls for a penalty from Everton fans as the ball strikes Skrtel inside the box, but the ball never touched the Liverpool's defender's hands.
Jelavic cuts in from the left and fires in a shot which Jones pushes out. Baines gets to the rebound and with Skrtel sliding in Everton fans are calling for a penalty, but their appeals are waved away.
Great chance missed by Liverpool as Enrique plays Sterling in on goal, but the youngster gets his shot all wrong as he mis-hits and his shot goes wide of the target.
Double change for Liverpool as Jonjo Shelvey comes on for Suso and Sebastian Coates comes on for Sahin.
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The referee brings the first half to a close with the score 2-2 as Everton come from two goals down to go in even at the break.
Suarez picks out Gerrard on the edge of the box and he does well to get his shot off, but his effort flies over the crossbar.
Baines's corner is headed goalwards by Distin, but Skrtel manages to divert behind for another corner.
Baines sends in the free-kick, but Distin is adjudged to have fouled a Liverpool player in the box and the visitors win a free-kick.
Everton win a free-kick wide on the left as Suarez catches Mirallas. The Liverpool striker escapes a booking.
Another good run and shot from Mirallas as he fires in a shot which Jones is forced to turn behind for a corner.
GOAL: Everton draw level as Fellaini's cross is fired into the net by Naismith with Enrique failing to pick up the run of the Scot.
Sterling gives away another foul and the Everton fans are calling for the ref to send off the youngster. Sterling is given a talking to by the referee with Steven Gerrard also talking to the official.
Jelavic sends Fellaini in on goal, but he can't control the ball and it runs out of play. Big chance missed that for the home side.
Great effort from Suarez on his left-foot as he fires a shot from the edge of the box just wide of the target.
Jones gets away with one as he fails to collect a cross under pressure from Distin, but he is relieved to see the referee award him a free-kick.
Everton fans are fuming after Mirallas goes down on the edge of the box under a challenge from Wisdom, but the referee waves play on.
GOAL: Osman fires home from the inside the box for Everton after Jones punches the ball straight out to the midfielder.
GOAL: Suarez makes it 2-0 as he heads home Gerrard's inviting free-kick. Poor defending from the home side.
Suarez appeared to dive in his celebrations in front of David Moyes after the Everton boss condemned the striker earlier this week.
GOAL: Liverpool break the deadlock as Suarez scores for Liverpool as his shot takes a flick off Baines and into the net.
Mirallas's corner is pushed behind for another corner by Jones who is under pressure from the Everton attackers.
Naismith tries to send Jelavic clear on goal, but Jones is quickly off his line to collect the ball at the feet of the striker.
Suso fires over a cross from the left, but it is too close to Howard and the Everton keeper collects the ball.
Gerrard's corner is too deep, but Sahin picks the ball up only to send his cross straight out of play.
Agger rises well to clear Baines' corner. Liverpool almost catch Everton on the break, but Enrique fails to pick out Sterling.
Great ovation from both sets of fans for former Everton star Kevin Sheedy who has made a successful recovery from bowel cancer.
Ten minutes from kick-off as we prepare for the 219th Merseyside derby. Who will be the key players on both sides today?
Brendan Rodgers claims Pepe Reina is not 100 per cent right to play so he starts on the bench and he did not want to take any risks on Glen Johnson with a hamstring problem, but hopes the defender will be fit next week.
Massive boost for Everton to have Marouane Fellaini back from injury. Could he be the difference between the two sides?
Andrew O'Brien is expecting an exciting encounter with Liverpool winning 3-1 and a sending off from each side.
Liam Faulkner is tipping a 2-1 win for Liverpool and he is hoping the flair of Sterling, Sahin and Suarez can prove the difference for the Reds.
Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini returned after missing two matches through injury to take his place in the starting line-up for the 219th Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.The Belgium international and Steven Naismith featured as Everton showed two changes to the team that drew at QPR a week ago, with the suspended Steven Pienaar and Victor Anichebe missing out.Liverpool made just one change from last weekend's league win over Reading but it was not the expected return of goalkeeper Jose Reina, who was a substitute,but left-back Jose Enrique's first league start since October 2 after Glen Johnson failed to recover from a back spasm.
Iain Kemble is going for a 3-2 win to Liverpool with Raheem Sterling being the key player for Liverpool.
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The 219th Merseyside derby sees Liverpool come into the derby with successive 1-0 wins over Reading and Anzhi Makhachkala. The Reds are 7/1 to win 1-0 with 2-0 boosted from 11/1 to 14/1. Raheem Sterling has caught the eye recently and it's 33/1 for him to net first and either Liverpool to win 1-0 or 2-1. The influential Marouane Fellaini returns and is 45/1 to score first and Everton to win 1-0. A win for either team is 13/8 with the draw 23/10.
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Everton starting XI: Howard; Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines; Naismith, Neville, Fellaini, Osman, Mirallas; Jelavic
Liverpool starting XI: Jones, Enrique, Wisdom, Skrtel, Agger, Gerrard, Allen, Sahin, Sterling, Suso, Suarez.