Séamus Coleman has insisted that Everton are more than capable of ending their eight-year hoodoo against local rivals Liverpool next weekend, and has said that they won't be heading to Anfield looking to settle for a draw.
The Toffees have looked impressive under Marco Silva this season, with the side starting to show signs of gelling after struggling under Ronald Koeman and Sam Allardyce respectively in the previous campaign. Everton's 1-0 win over Cardiff City saw them move to sixth place in the table on Saturday - a point ahead of Manchester United.
Speaking ahead of next weekend's Merseyside derby, Coleman was mindful of his side's recent poor record against the Reds, but was upbeat about his side's chances, and said: "
Meanwhile, Everton boss Marco Silva praised his side for their 'dominant' performance following their win over the Bluebirds, in which the Toffees finished the game with a mighty 71% possession. The former Watford manager said that his team throughly deserved their win, and that he was particularly impressed with Barcelona loanee André Gomes.
Source : 90min