Liverpool are unbeaten at home since April 2017 when their former striker Christian Benteke scored the winner for Crystal Palace, the Eagles seeing out the game 2-1.
Anfield has become an enviable fortress, with the men in red clinging on to that record as they approach the jam-packed Christmas period, keeping the Premier League title firmly in their sights.
But their clean sheets have disappeared, with one or two close calls threatening to put a stop to their remarkable run – Manchester United almost claimed all three points earlier this season, but Adam Lallana managed to ease away from the opposition’s defence for a simple tap-in.
And Everton will be well aware of this when they make the short trip across Stanley Park for the Merseyside derby.
Sign up Amazon Prime Video
Liverpool v Everton will be available to stream live on Wednesday, December 4 on Amazon Prime Video as part of the service’s brand new football package.
You can either choose between the monthly membership, which costs £7.99, or sign up for an entire year at £79, which works out at £6.58 per month.
It’s the first time an entire round of games will air live in the UK, and they’ll all be available to members for no extra cost.
Find out how to watch the Premier League on Amazon Prime Video here.
You can see the full fixture list below.
If you’re still umming and ahhing over signing up to Amazon Prime Video, you can try it out for free.
The trial period lasts for 30 days, during which time you’ll need to cancel your subscription if you don’t want to continue. After that period, you’ll be charged.
And the beautiful game isn’t the only thing on offer to Prime subscribers.
Amazon Prime Video membership perks
As well as Amazon’s TV and movie content, you will also be able to access Amazon Prime Music (you can currently get four months for just 99p) which has more than 1 million tracks.
All of that information and more is available to read here.
There’s also a Prime Video membership that costs £5.99 per month, but doesn’t include all of those extras.
How to watch Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video is compatible with loads of devices, all of which can be found on Amazon’s support pages.
If you have a Smart TV that is fairly new, a set-top box or a modern console, you can log straight in to Amazon.
The app is free to download from whatever app store is available to you.
If you don’t have a Smart TV, there’s always the Fire TV stick with Alexa Voice Remote, which costs £39.99. That also allows you to download content from Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Vevo and My5.
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will be hoping to make headlines for all the right reasons when the festive period kicks off.
Countless teams have had a go, Liverpool have conceded goals at home in every home game this season