sbobet asia Everton's search for a Merseyside derby win extended to 17 games as they played out a 0-0 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday.
Both Jordan Pickford and Loris Karius produced brilliant saves to keep the scores level in the first half, with Dominic Solanke, James Milner and Yannick Bolasie all denied.
Everton missed two glorious chances late on through Seamus Coleman and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and in the end Liverpool were holding on for a point.
The result means Liverpool stay in third in the Premier League, while Everton are ninth.
Jurgen Klopp made five changes from the side that beat City 3-0 on Wednesday, with Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg in mind, as Danny Ings, Solanke, Nathaniel Clyne and Ragnar Klavan all started.
Fresh from their epic midweek win against City, Liverpool had the first chance through Solanke, whose close-range effort was superbly saved by Jordan Pickford as the ball fell fortuitously to him. sbobet asia
Bolasie came close at the other end, but Loris Karius produced one of the saves of the season to tip away his fine, curling shot from 25 yards.
It was a battle of the goalkeepers in the first half, and Pickford did his bit again, getting his fingertips on Milner's goal-bound shot from the corner of the box in front of watching England manager Gareth Southgate.
The opening stages of the second half were dour, and the only flashpoint came when Wayne Rooney was substituted off before the hour mark, looking extremely frustrated as he left the pitch.
It was Everton who nearly grabbed the victory with two fine opportunities late on. First, Cenk Tosun's header across goal evaded the boot of Coleman by inches as he stretched a yard from goal, before Calvert-Lewin miscued his effort wide from 12 yards with the goal gaping. sbobet asia