Liverpool host Everton on Sunday afternoon, with both sides desperate to pick up all three points for vastly different reasons.
Jurgen Klopp’s men still have a historic quadruple in their sights, but will be fully aware of how imperative it is for them to keep within touching distance of Premier League leaders Manchester City.
For their part, Everton sit just one point outside of the relegation zone heading into the weekend, and are being chased down by a Burnley side who have taken four points from their last two matches.
Toffees boss Frank Lampard will also be taking charge in his first Merseyside derby, and will be hoping for a considerable improvement on the 4-1 defeat the Blues suffered under Rafa Benitez at Goodison Park back in December.
Jordan Henderson opened the scoring for the Reds in that clash, before a Mo Salah brace and a fourth from Diogo Jota cancelled out a Demarai Gray consolation.
The recent history of the Merseyside derby has been surprisingly balanced given the disparity in the two club’s fortunes of late.
The last four meetings between the two teams have produced two draws and one win each.
Here’s everything you need to know about how watch all of Sunday’s vital showdown...
What TV channel is Liverpool v Everton on?
The game will kick-off at 4.30pm on Sunday April 24th.
Coverage of the clash will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, and will get underway following the conclusion of Chelsea’s meeting with West Ham.
How can I stream Liverpool v Everton?
Sky customers can stream all of the action live via the Sky Go app on their tablet or mobile device.
Customers without access to Sky can purchase a one-off NowTV day pass that will grant them 24 hours of Sky Sports for a fee of £11.98.
How can I watch highlights of Liverpool v Everton?
Sky Sports will share highlights of the Merseyside derby via their social media channels after the game, and on YouTube.