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Jurgen Klopp expects a "proper fight" in Sunday's Merseyside derby, claiming Everton are transformed under Marco Silva.

Liverpool were beaten 2-1 by Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night and fans slammed one of their men on Twitter following the game.

As for Everton, Marco Silva has no fresh injuries to report following the 1-0 win over Cardiff last weekend so the Toffees boss has virtually a fully-fit squad to choose from at Anfield.

"We need to turn up on Sunday and do our talking on the pitch". There's no need for that.

"It's a special game". Since I am in, it's always felt it, it always was different in the preparation. The only bad thing is that we never have enough time to really prepare for it. You have a great game and then three days later you play the next game. In an ideal world, we would have a week to prepare for it. "And in the best case, against the same opponent again".

"The games were always hard in the past few years, but the improvement of Everton is obvious".

It would be not too nice for all the other managers [if I said that]. It is the best-tuned squad. Gomes came in this year.

"Absolutely. The players had the whole week together". Now everything is there - creativity, speed, good organisation.

Kevin Campbell scores for Everton against Liverpool in 1999
Kevin Campbell earned a name for himself in Merseyside derby folkore Credit getty images

Jonjo Kenny could be back in contention for a place in the squad after playing for the U23's this week having overcome a knock but the young defender won't start as Silva will no doubt stick with Seamus Coleman at right-back. Mina, brilliant player and very important for their build-up and everything. It would be in all leagues in Europe a European team, I am sure. "In England it's quite hard, yet their development and improvement is obvious".

New Customers can get Liverpool at an enhanced 25/1 to beat Everton. That's what we want to use, and of course the crowd at Anfield. They defend really, really good. We have all that as well, so it will be a fight, nothing else.

"Yes, we could have scored more goals and been more creative". We will not and if anyone else would do that I can't believe it.

"Are they ready? We will see".

I am not a bit interested.

"We won't change our ambition or style of play". Was it in a very busy period of whatever? The most exciting one was the late victor of Sadio at Everton, that was really great and felt unbelievable.

"The moment you sign a contract for Liverpool, you know that you understand 100 percent the responsibility for these games".

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