ToffeeLinks 25/10/2012: Merseyside Derby News Building Up

What is he doing here? - Mike Hewitt

The information overload has begun as there is only two more days until the Merseyside derby.

Let's all pray that when Moyes assesses Gibson and Fellaini, at least one them is match fit and can play Sunday. I don't think I can take another loss to Liverpool.

(WE WON'T LOSE)

Liverpool looking forward to Anzhi visit | UEFA Europa League - ITV Sport
-- Liverpool do have to play Anzhi Makhachkala today, though it is at Anfield. This is supposed to give us an edge, but any edge is thrown out the window for the derby.

Kevin Mirallas says 'scary' Marouane Fellaini can give Everton FC the edge in Merseyside derby - Liverpool Daily
"Kevin Mirallas believes the return to fitness of Marouane Fellaini can land a psychological [lift] for Everton FC ahead of Sunday's derby."

Everton FC's Tim Howard backs Kevin Mirallas to shine in Merseyside Derby - Liverpool Echo
"Kevin Mirallas can provide the creative spark Everton need in Steven Pienaar's absence for the Merseyside derby, says Tim Howard."

Everton v Liverpool / evertonfc.com
-- Match facts and other information from the official site.

Form will count for nothing in the derby - Liverpool Daily Post
"Football fans can be a superstitious lot, with any omen or portent from history used to predict future success."

Hutch Makes Blues Favourites / evertonfc.com
"Ex-Blue says Everton are favourites to win on Sunday."

Rewind to 1999: The Merseyside slapfest | ESPN.co.uk
"With Liverpool facing a goalkeeping dilemma ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby, we rewind 13 years to a previous meeting of the two famous rivals when the Reds ended up with no recognised shot-stopper"

-- ESPN goes back to an old classic in anticipation of this week's derby.

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