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Live Reporting

Neil Johnston and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    No winner at Goodison Park.

    But this could still be a week of celebration for Liverpool if Manchester City slip up against Burnley on Monday (20:00 BST).

    We'll be back to bring you live text commentary from that match.

    In the meantime, the Reds are one point closer to the title.

    Thanks for your company. Stay safe.

  2. 'We can't take Alisson for granted'

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    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on Alisson's late save from Dominic Calvert-Lewin: "We should not take it for granted. Absolutely outstanding. That is what a world class goalie is - nothing to do for pretty much 90 minutes and then he was there. He saved us a point, it was not the first one."

  3. 'We didn't want an open game'

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    Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti: "It was not an open game because we did not want an open game. The performance was good against a strong team. We showed good personality and character. A draw is fair."

  4. 'We have to be ready for Palace'

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    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking in the post-match news conference: "The point is one we deserve. When I think of all the derbies here, they looked pretty similar - the result is similar. At Anfield the games are slightly better. Everton were well organised so we had to run a lot but we looked fit and ready.

    "Now we've got three days. Crystal Palace looked good on Saturday and we have to make sure we are ready for Wednesday.

    "Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was lively, Naby Keita looked absolutely good."

  5. Milner set to miss Palace

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    Jurgen Klopp says James Milner suffered a hamstring injury and is unlikely to be available for Wednesday's match with Crystal Palace.

    He says Joel Matip hurt his toe and that "hopefully it's nothing serious".

  6. 'Close to winning it'

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    Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti, speaking in his post-match news conference: "Honestly we were really close to winning but it was a tough game, difficult game. We performed really well. We were focused, we sacrificed. We had opportunities to score at the end.

    "Liverpool played a good game, they had more possession but defensively we were really good.

    "Offensively we tried to build from the back. They pressed really high and it was difficult to find a solution from the back so we decided to play more long ball."

  7. 'A step closer'

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    Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was very intense. Both sides created small opportunities, they had the big one against the post.

    "Everyone is just happy to be back, we didn't lose and it is another point towards our goal.

    "It was tough. No one knew what to expect, it was good to be back out there. It's a step closer. We will try and improve."

  8. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Sean Turner: If custard was a game of football, I think we've just watched it.

    London Money: Well I'm glad I didn't try and get a ticket for THAT.

    Rizwan: A typical post lockdown derby!

  9. 'We weren't smart enough'

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    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking to Sky Sports:

    "It was a real fight. Both teams showed they understand it is a derby. Intense, physical, all players were all in.

    "We didn't have enough chances. Most of the time we were dominant but they had the biggest chance.

    "Everton defended really well and we were not smart enough to use the space. That is normal when you start to play again.

    "Football looks slightly different, but I take that."

  10. 'Not a lot of football'

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp is talking to Sky Sports.

    "Both teams understand the idea of a derby," says the German. "Each team is fighting like crazy but there is not a lot of football. Physically it was really intense. I will take that."

    More from the Liverpool boss coming up.

  11. Five points needed

    Everton 0-0 Liverpool

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at Goodison Park

    Everton came close to securing their first Merseyside derby victory in more than a decade - but had to settle for a point against Premier League champions-elect Liverpool at Goodison Park.

    Liverpool, who now need five points to be sure of top spot, can still clinch their first title in 30 years against Crystal Palace at Anfield on Wednesday - but only if Manchester City fail to beat Burnley at Etihad Stadium on Monday.

    The Reds dominated possession against a very well-organised Everton, but it took a superb late save from Alisson to keep out Dominic Calvert-Lewin's flick before Tom Davies struck the rebound against the post.

    Read Phil McNulty's match report here.

  12. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Fl BinBagJez: This weekend has proven that footballers need fans rather than the other way round to make a game entertaining. I'm sure clubs will take note where the value is and reduce ticket prices next seaso.... oh.

    Ash: Richarlison can put this 0-0 draw inside his trophy cabinet alongside with his "I Once Dribbled Past Van Dijk" Award.

    Imran Sheikh: A rusty draw for Liverpool but ok performance. Hopefully Milner and Matip will be ok.

  13. Stats of the day

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    • Everton are the only Premier League side to remain unbeaten on home soil in 2020 across all competitions (P5 W2 D3 L0).
    • The average age of Everton’s starting XI for this game was 24 years & 356 days – the Toffees’ youngest starting line-up for a league match against Liverpool since February 1986.
    • Liverpool’s James Milner made his 535th Premier League appearance in this game, the joint-fifth highest total by a player in the competition’s history, alongside Gary Speed.
  14. 'We should have backed ourselves more'

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    Dominic Calvert-Lewin, speaking to Sky Sports: "We had a few chances but it wasn't our day.

    "It was not as sharp as you would expect. The players are rusty. We should have backed ourselves more in the battle.

    "It was a strange game. It was bizarre with a game of this magnitude. This place is usually bouncing and it was hard to get used to."

  15. Post update

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    Liverpool have failed to score in four consecutive away fixtures in all competitions for the first time since September 2006 under Rafael Benítez.

  16. Post update

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    Everton stay 12th after a hard-earned point but they will be frustrated at how close they came to winning it when Tom Davies hit the post late on.

    Twenty-two matches now without a win over Liverpool.

  17. Post update

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    What does this result mean?

    If Manchester City drop points at home to Burnley on Monday, Liverpool can still win the title on Wednesday against Crystal Palace at Anfield.


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  19. Post update

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    Here comes Fabinho to take it...good save by Jordan Pickford who tips it over his bar and it's out for a corner.

  20. Post update

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    What's Richarlison doing?

    He brings Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain right outside the Everton penalty area.

    That was a needless foul - and Liverpool have a decent chance to win this.