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Sam Allardyce Manager of Everton argues with the fourth offical during the Premier League match between Everton and Huddersfield Town at Goodison Park

Punters may wish to use their free bet to back Everton to get a result in the Merseyside derby, as despite their struggles this season the players will be keen to impress Allardyce and Liverpool also have a midweek European game and still have some work to do to qualify.

Harry Charsley and Fraser Hornby made their bows from the start, with Morgan Feeney impressive on his first start for the club.

"We have done that as such with some players getting their debuts".

Both players are products of the Everton youth system.

The Toffees, already eliminated from the competition, face Apollon Limassol in Nicosia this evening.

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Harry Charsley - Capped by Ireland at Under-21 level, Charsley is an energetic and versatile midfielder who has regularly weighed in with goals for Everton's age-group sides.

Nathan Broadhead - Perhaps the most technically proficient of those mentioned, Wales youth global Broadhead plays along the forward line and has a penchant for the spectacular.

Everton have not finished about Liverpool in the league since the 2004/05 season, and that doesn't look like changing any time soon, with Jürgen Klopp's men now sitting comfortably in fourth position in the table, whilst Sam Allardyce's side occupy 10th spot.

The chances of that record improving here appear slim given the under-strength squad sent out to Cyprus, and the attention being paid to Sunday's Merseyside derby at Anfield. This team is doing well in the domestic competition and at home, I think they will fancy a win over Everton.

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