Liverpool v Everton Odds : Gerrard looking too big to ignore in first goalscorer markets

Latest Liverpool v Everton Odds, betting and free bets from Anfield (KO 20:00 GMT).

One of the highlights of the Premier League season takes place on Tuesday night as Everton and Liverpool go head-to-head at Anfield in the Merseyside Derby.

In this part of the world, the result means so much to both sets of supporters and it is all about which side can take the bragging rights until they meet again.

David Moyes does not have the best record against the Red half of Merseyside though as he has been on the winning side just once in the Premier League since 2006. The Scot will now be desperate for all three points on home soil.

Those hoping to back the Toffees to taste derby success can take the best price on the hoem win at 8/5 with Bet365.

As for Liverpool, they did manage only their second victory of the league campaign on Saturday when they beat Reading 1-0 at Anfield, but they will be content by dominating big spending Anzhi Makhachkala with a 1-0 win in the Europa League midweek.

Brendan Rodgers will hope that victory can give his men some much needed confidence for this one. Another three points would be a sign that the Reds can really start to climb up the table, as things start to look a little rosier at Anfield.

The bookies make the Reds 7/4 for the away win, and on recent records of Liverpool success at Goodison Park, that price looks plenty big enough to support.

One man who has happy memories of this fixture is Steven Gerrard, who was the hero in the last Merseyside Derby in the league as he scored a hat-trick to secure a 3-0 win at Anfield.

Gerrard is a more than backable 9/1 with Bet365 to find the net first, which looks more than backable, while Luis Suarez is available with the same firm at a best price of 5/1.

The Liverpool captain is likely to be the key man in this one yet again, along with the Uruguayan Suarez – who is the only recognised striker Rodgers has to call upon on Sunday.

The atmosphere will be electric inside Goodison Park and a superb 90 minutes are all but guaranteed.

It all gets underway from 1.30PM.