Everton host Liverpool on Wednesday at Goodison Park in a Merseyside derby that could have an impact on both sides of the table.

Here are the top five Merseyside derbies:

5.) Liverpool 0-2 Everton (February 2021)

Prior to this match Everton had last won a game at Anfield in 1999 which was 22 years prior.

It also ended an 11 year wait for a victory against Liverpool.

Prior to the match Liverpool’s defence was hampered with injury with Virgil Van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip all injured.

Ex Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti also boasted a superior winning record over Jurgen Klopp defeating the German four times.

Richarlison had Everton 1-0 after three minutes and a late Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty sealed the historic win.

Although, there was no crowd as the game took place during the Covid 19 pandemic.

4.) Liverpool 1-0 Everton (December 2018)

Deep into stoppage time Liverpool forward Divock Origi scored an iconic last-minute winner to break a resilient Everton defence.

Virgil Van Dijk struck an ill volley that hit the crossbar and rebounded back into the box for Origi to hit.

Everton had a plan to defend the entire game and the game was not particularly rememberable apart from the memorable winner.

3.) Everton 3-0 Liverpool (September 2006)

In this game Everton played in spectacular fashion to blow Liverpool away and register a famous win.

Heading into the game both teams were of similar ability for the past 20 years.

Everton were in third in the Premier League and Liverpool had won the Champions League the previous season.

A Tim Cahill opening goal and an Andy Johnson brace saw Everton record their biggest win over Liverpool in the Premier League era.

2.) Everton 2-3 Liverpool (April 2001)

This Merseyside derby proved to be an all time classic as Gary McAllister scored a free kick in added time to give Liverpool the win.

Moreover, the game included a red card for Everton midfielder Igor Biscan.

There were 12 yellow cards in the match and a penalty.

1.) Everton 3-3 Liverpool (November 2013)

A standout game which saw both teams aspiring in that season to achieve European football.

Everton were in fifth and Liverpool were stood firm in third.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and Everton manager Roberto Martinez both instilled attacking based football for their sides.

Luis Suarez scored an outstanding free kick in the first half for Liverpool to help the reds lead into half time 2-1.

Romelu Lukaku shone in the second half of the game scoring twice for the Toffees to give them a 3-2 lead.

However, the reds struck back late in the game with Daniel Sturridge scoring a header in the 89th minute.

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