Oct 28, 2012 at 1.30pm UK at ​Goodison Park
Everton
2-2
Liverpool
Naismith (35'), Osman (22')
Osman (20'), Neville (45'), Jagielka (57'), Coleman (86')
FT(HT: 2-2)
Baines (14' og.), Suárez (20')
Sterling (29'), Agger (69'), Suárez (71')

Phil Jagielka: 'We have started better than Liverpool'

Jagielka: 'We have started better than Liverpool'
© PA Photos
Phil Jagielka says that form "goes out the window" in Merseyside derby matches.

Everton defender Phil Jagielka has said that there are no favourites ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby with Liverpool.

The Blues welcome Brendan Rodgers's team to Goodison Park on Sunday looking for a first win over their bitter rivals since 2010.

"We've had a good start," Jagielka told Sky Sports News. "We have had a better start than Liverpool have, it's obvious when you look at the league.

"If you compare squads, you compare how much we've spent with how much they've spent, I don't think there that's much of a favourite.

"As far as form, obviously we are going into the game with more points so that's a simple answer to the question. But I've seen enough derbies to see that the formbook goes out the window and derbies are slightly different."

Everton currently sit fourth in the Premier League, while Liverpool languish in 12th.

Edin Dzeko
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