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Summary

  1. Everton without a derby win since 2010
  2. Salah misses out, Firmino on bench
  3. Gueye on bench for Everton, Keane starts
  4. Manchester City can win Premier League this afternoon

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good afternoon

    Right then, that is your lot from me for now.

    But there's plenty going on elsewhere this afternoon of course. Like Manchester City could win the title for example? Build-up to that one from 16:00 BST.

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    Until the next time!

  2. 'It wasn't to be'

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Everton

    Everton defender Seamus Coleman speaking to BBC Sport:

    On their performance: "Especially in the first half they out played us, we couldn’t really match them.

    "We addressed that at half time, I thought we brought the game to them, and with the fans behind us at the end we thought we could win it."

    On his late chance: "I like to get in those positions, but I was stretching and knew I was going to miss it, if it was a yard closer I would have got it, but it wasn't to be."

  3. 'Not best day but let's carry on'

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BBC Sport: "A point is OK. Everton were always ready to fight but we didn't give them the opportunity until the late stages, we stopped playing football and were a bit lucky. But that is what we have to take. I think it's an absolutely deserved draw.

    "For 75 minutes we were completely in charge. I am absolutely OK, it's not the best day in my life but let's carry on. Now we have to focus immediately and be ready again on Tuesday, let's fight for the next round."

  4. 'Unlucky'

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    Everton

    Everton manager Sam Allardyce speaking to Sky Sports:

    "I think that in the end when you finish the game as strongly as that and put Liverpool under pressure, you can say we're unlucky, particularly the Tosun Cenk header and Dominic Solanke's chance.

    "The basis of our performance was nullifying Liverpool's attack to create chances but when you miss those chances, it really is disappointing because if they had gone the other way, we could've been looking at a different game.

    "I think we got apprehensive about chasing the ball too much and then giving it away too easy. In the second half, we played much better, we took it to Liverpool and ran at them to create chance after chance."

    On bringing Wayne Rooney off: "Dominating the last 15 minutes could have given us the opportunity to win it but we needed more legs. That's the way the game goes. Wayne's bound to be disappointed to be brought off in a Merseyside derby but I make the decisions and I thought we did the right thing to make those changes to give us a better chance."

  5. 'Completely fine with the result'

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    Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky Sports:

    Happy with the result? "Absolutely. We controlled the game for around 60 minutes, then everything got a bit emotional. In those times we have to control the game, but we didn't.

    At the end there were two crosses that were close, so I am completely fine with the result. Clean sheet, good defending, but last 20 minutes, we need to play and we didn't do that."

    On Loris Karius' save: "Nice one. Honestly the ball changed direction and I wasn't sure why, but it was him, I could see it on the screen, so very good.

    "Very important result so lets carry on, another point away, not a long drive home, so now we prepare for the next game."

    On second half capitulation:"That's completely normal, until then it was not the game the people wanted, but that was not our job to do that, not our 1A solution but our 1b and we take that."

  6. Post update

    FT: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Everton

    Sam Allardyce is asked whether the draw feels bitter after those two big late Everton chances. He reckons Dominic Calvert-Lewin's one - fired over the bar from inside the box - was "the biggest chance of the match". It's a decent shout.

    On taking Wayne Rooney off after 57 minutes, he says: "As good as he is and was, we needed more legs. Nobody is too big to come off. I make the decisions."

    Full quotes to come.

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    #bbcfootball or 81111 on text

    Reece: What a terrible game of football. I would have believed you if you said that this was a game from the lower English leagues. Dreadful from both teams. Ought to be ashamed of that performance.

    Rob: I used to look forward to the Merseyside derby but I don’t remember the last time we witnessed a quality game of football.

  8. 'A fair result'

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    Liverpool

    Liverpool keeper Loris Karius, speaking to Sky Sports: "I thought we did really well first half, at the end we were hanging on a little but it's normal, we played an intense game. I think it's a fair result."

    On his save from Yannick Bolasie:

    "I was just happy I got a fingertip on it, it's good to get a save like this but the most important was to get the clean sheet. The back four was new, so that's really pleasing for us. I don't feel like I am on trial. If I believe everything I read then we are going to have 10 keepers at the club next season. I don't listen to what is on the outside."

  9. Post update

    FT: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp sounds happy enough with a draw - apart from taking issue with his side's last 20 minutes. Pretty happy with Loris Karius' save on Yannick Bolasie too.

    Full reaction to come.

    Jurgen Klopp claps the Liverpool fans
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    Brexscheisse: From the dizzy heights of Champions League football to a bore draw with Everton.

    Ekemini: No Salah, no party

  11. Post update

    FT: Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    An odd game that only briefly threatened to entertain. Shame for a derby match.

  12. FULL-TIME

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    And the final whistle goes!

  13. Post update

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    Phil Jagielka contests but the flag was up for offside anyway...

  14. Post update

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin fouled in the middle of the park. Every Everton shirt in the box. There is time to take it.

  15. Post update

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    Jordan Pickford launches up top. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is squeezed out by the corner flag.

    Time is running out...

  16. Post update

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    An Everton lump forward is gathered by Loris Karius. Jordan Pickford then has to come out smartly to claim an ambitious through ball.

  17. Post update

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Foul by Roberto Firmino on Theo Walcott. Free-kick whipped in but cleared by the Brazilian.

    THREE minutes added on.

  18. SUBSTITUTION

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    Liverpool hanging on after dominating for so long. Now they're lucky not to be behind. Trent Alexander-Arnold comes on for Danny Ings for Liverpool.

    Trent Alexander-Arnold gets ready to come on for Liverpool
  19. CLOSE!

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    Another massive chance! A bouncing cross is deflected into Dominic Calvert-Lewin's path, again the goal is at his mercy, but the striker fires over!

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin reacts to missing a big chance for Everton
  20. CLOSE!

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    Again it's with Theo Walcott. The cross is high this time, excellent ball to the back post. Cenk Tosun muscles his man, nods back across goal but Seamus Coleman's boot is a whisker away from connecting, the goal gaping open. Two yards out.