Everton make the journey across Stanley Park this Saturday in search of their first win at Anfield this century. Everton's wretched away record against their bitter rivals has spanned nearly 22 years, but this Saturday, they might just have their best opportunity to get one over their neighbours ever since.
Way back in September 1999 was the last time that Everton came away from Anfield with three points as a Kevin Campbell strike separated the teams in a 1-0 win for the Toffees. Walter Smith's Everton were above their neighbours, going into the game in sixth place, with Gerard Houllier's team languishing in 12th. Despite Campbell providing the decisive match-winner for Everton, the match is remembered much more for a fight, three red cards, and Liverpool defender Steve Staunton having a 15-minute stint in goal, so in other words, it was very much a Merseyside derby to the fullest.
We take a look at Everton's last victory at Anfield, why Saturday might be their best chance in years, and what they have to do to get that winning feeling again.