Let's go through the previews first:
Everton V Liverpool Preview | Vital Football
"Everton face city rivals Liverpool in the 219th edition of the Merseyside Derby at Goodison Park on Sunday. In what is shaping up to be a big game for both sides..."
Everton v Liverpool - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
-- Facts and Figures: We all know that this fixture has the most red cards in the Premier League, but eight of the last 10 reds have been Everton players. We have also gotten six players sent off in the last seven matches in Goodison while playing Liverpool.
Everton Focus - Moyes’ boys facing tough Liverpool test
"Everton go into this weekend’s Merseyside derby with Liverpool as the form team, and many observers’ favourites to take the victory in what is the biggest test to face David Moyes’ side since the opening game of the season against Manchester United."
And on to other news and analysis:
Hibbert Over Coleman vs. Liverpool | Opta Stats Analysis
"A quick look at why restoring Tony Hibbert to the Everton starting line-up for Sunday's Merseyside derby is the most sensible option for David Moyes."
Fellaini expected to be fit to face Liverpool in Merseyside derby - Goal.com
-- Marouane Fellaini is expected to be fit to face Liverpool in Sunday's Merseyside derby after training for the past two days.
Everton FC’s Victor Anichebe desperate to break his Merseyside derby duck - Liverpool Daily Post
"Victor Anichebe admits he is desperate to break his derby duck against Liverpool on Sunday."
Mersey Beat: Goodison Park curse | Mail Online
"The Merseyside derby: A game to stir the emotions, a collision that generates national fascination but a fixture that, for new Liverpool managers heading to Goodison Park, have proven to be nothing short of a nightmare."
Nikica Jelavic says his one-touch finishing is instinct, not practised - Liverpool Echo
"His deadly talent may be clinical one-touch finishes but you won't find Nikica Jelavic agonising over the finer points of his art."
Why Everton will beat Liverpool (Squarefootball :: original football articles)
Everton and Liverpool clash in the Merseyside derby this Sunday but Everton fan David Rubin believes Liverpool shouldn't bother turning up as they are only going to get thrashed.
Why Liverpool will beat Everton (Squarefootball :: original football articles)
"Merseyside giants Everton and Liverpool lock horns this Sunday in a game that will divide the city, but Liverpool fan Dave Disciascio believes there will only be one winner, Liverpool."