Jurgen Klopp praised his "deserving" players as Liverpool booked a place in next season's Champions League. We had him last winter when he had a break in the United States of America (from LA Galaxy) and he had a few sessions with us. The Frenchman's own intentions are unclear and he has gone from saying a decision would be announced in April or May to hinting that discussions will take place in a board meeting after the upcoming FA Cup final.
"I think what is the most important for us is to win the football game we play on Sunday", he said.
Everton head into the contest guaranteed to finish seventh, a spot that gives them a place in the third qualifying round of the 2017-18 Europa League.
Liverpool know a win will guarantee them a top four finish and if they score a bucket load of goals there's a possibility they could overtake City on goal difference should Pep Guardiola's side draw at Watford.
Vincent Kompany headed home in the fifth minute and Sergio Aguero doubled the lead in the 23rd minute.Aguero scored his 33rd goal of the season in all competitions nine minutes before half-time, while Fernandinho and Gabriel Jesus also struck for City.
Indeed, this run started when Arsene Wenger became manager in 1996, beating all five Everton managers he has faced in that time.
"We have watched Middlesbrough's last few games: it was close and they fought hard to stay in the league".
"If we have enough points after this match day then we deserve to go to the Champions League, if not then we won't deserve it".
Whether Wenger is back in charge at the Emirates Stadium next season is yet to be resolved.
"He's a great who changed the game, in terms of the way people think about football, with his scientific approach and the way he developed his scouting network in France and Africa many years ago".
Laurent Koscielny is facing a late fitness test on a calf injury that kept him out of the Sunderland game but the French global trained today so he looks to be winning his race.
Aaron Ramsey is fit despite being forced off against Sunderland in midweek with a thigh strain. Much will be dependent on what happens at Anfield, with a flurry of early Liverpool goals likely to kill off any Arsenal momentum. I have a good record against Arsenal.
It was the least they deserved as Klopp's side have been outside the top four only twice since September, the last slump coming in February. Everton: Joel Robles 6, Mason Holgate 5, Ashley Williams 5, Phil Jagielka 6, Leighton Baines 6, Idrissa Gana Gueye 5, Morgan Schneiderlin 6, Enner Valencia 6, Tom Davies 5, Kevin Mirallas 6, Romelu Lukaku 6.
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