EPL: Liverpool pick point at Everton

EPL: Liverpool pick point at Everton

EPL: Liverpool pick point at Everton

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp left injury doubt Salah out of his squad altogether, with one eye on Tuesday's UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg against Manchester City, which they lead 3-0 on aggregate.

But it wasn't all negative for the Reds, with several stars producing strong displays across the pitch.

And despite paying a starring role in yet another clean sheet for Liverpoool, Karius thought the post-match talk should rather have been about the fact that Nathaniel Clyne played his first match of the season and Ragnar Klava gave a good account of himself at left-back.

Liverpool striker Danny Ings was handed his first start as Juergen Klopp named a stronger lineup than anticipated.

Inevitably, given those changes, Liverpool did not click as they usually do. We started it with the first pass which was not good and the second was not better.

Jordan Pickford (Everton): He produced two impressive saves to keep out Dominic Solanke and James Milner to improve his chances of being England's number one at the World Cup.

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Phil Jagileka began the second half with a crunching challenge on Solanke to give Liverpool a free kick that came to nothing before Milner hooked in another risky cross that Everton scrambled away.

While Everton's biggest threat in the first half a attractive curling effort from range by Yannick Bolasie that went inches wide.

Cenk Tosun can't convert a late chance for Everton at Goodison Park.

Calvert-Lewin's deflected effort from an angle span away from his waiting colleagues and, with the final 10 minutes approaching, Allardyce made another change as Tom Davies was replaced by Beni Baningime. Liverpool were prepared to show aggression, with Ings involved in a confrontation with Coleman that needed the intervention of referee Michael Oliver and both captains to sort out.

And despite their healthy league position, that means there is little scope for taking their foot off the pedal when they go to Goodison Park.

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