Liverpool v Everton live stream and confirmed line-ups – talkSPORT coverage

first_img The Reds have never beaten their rivals at home in the FA Cup 1 Liverpool will be hoping to progress to the fourth-round of the FA Cup when they welcome neighbours Everton to Anfield – LIVE on talkSPORT.CLICK HERE TO STREAM LIVERPOOL V EVERTON LIVE COMMENTARY ON TALKSPORT, KICK-OFF 19:55BST.The Reds have never beaten their rivals at home in English football’s oldest cup competition and will be without the injured duo of Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho.Everton have failed to progress past the third-round in the last two seasons and will be keen to change that record on Merseyside tonight.However, Cenk Tosun is unavailable to play in the fixture due to the timing of his £27million transfer to Goodison Park.Take a look at the confirmed teams belowLiverpool XI: Karius, Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Can, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Mane, FirminoSubstitutes: Ward, Wijnaldum, Lovren, Klavan, Ings, Solanke, Alexander-ArnoldEverton XI: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Jagielka, Schneiderlin, McCarthy, Rooney, Bolasie, Sigurdsson, Calvert-LewinSubstitutes: Robles, Williams, Niasse, Davies, Vlasic, Lookman, Baningmelast_img read more

Bale’s uncertain future, Man United eye Wan-Bissaka, Welbeck’s shock Arsenal deal

first_img 3 LATEST FOOTBALL GOSSIP ON talkSPORT.COM Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LATEST Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Arsenal are considering giving injured striker Danny Welbeck a new contract. The 28-year-old on course to return to training before the end of the season. (The Independent)Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has admitted he has become accustomed to fans calling for him to be sacked. (Daily Express)United are refusing to agree to Ander Herrera’s £200,000-a-week wage demands, which means they may lose the 29-year-old in the summer when his contract expires. Spaniard Herrera has reportedly been approached by Paris Saint-Germain. (Daily Mirror)Barcelona have made contact with Juan Mata’s father and agent about a possible move for the Man United midfielder, whose deal is also up in the summer. (The Sun) Could Gareth Bale be on his way back to Tottenham this summer? The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Gareth Bale’s future at Real Madrid will be decided at the end of the season, manager Zinedine Zidane has revealed. The 29-year-old Welsh star has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham – FULL STORY Manchester United could make a £35million bid for Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the summer. (Daily Mail)Tottenham’s new stadium will help attract more top players to the club, believes former midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron, who played for Inter Milan’s legends team against Spurs at the weekend. (Daily Mirror) 3 RANKED rounds up all the latest gossip from Monday’s newspapers and online after another eventful weekend of Premier League action… REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade IN DEMAND targets Wan-Bissaka has been one of the Premier League’s best full-backs this season Leicester City are considering a £40m bid to sign on-loan midfielder Youri Tielemans permanently from Monaco. (Daily Mail)Manager Marco Silva wants Everton to sign on-loan Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes on a permanent deal, with Inter Milan also interested in the Portugal international. (Liverpool Echo)Seamus Coleman wants the Toffees to spend big in the summer if they seal a return to European football. (The Independent) Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti 3 targets Getty Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January LIVING THE DREAM moving on Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summerlast_img read more

Guy Turcottes lawyer challenging parole eligibility ruling for convicted murderer

first_imgMONTREAL – A lawyer for an ex-cardiologist who murdered his two children argued in court Tuesday his client should not have to serve 17 years in prison before becoming eligible to apply for parole.Guy Turcotte fatally stabbed his three-year-old daughter and five-year-old son in 2009.He was found not criminally responsible at his first trial and was sent to a psychiatric hospital in Montreal and released in December 2012.An appeals court overturned the verdict and Turcotte had to stand trial again. He was found guilty in 2015 of second-degree murder and later sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 17 years.Defence lawyer Pierre Poupart said Tuesday the judge who handed down the sentence did not take into account Turcotte’s mental state at the time of the killings.And Poupart said he has never seen in his lengthy career such unanimity among experts when it comes to evaluating a person’s mental distress.Poupart said several times his client “does not pose a risk to the public.”“The person the most terrorized by what he (Turcotte) did is himself,” the lawyer told the panel of three Quebec Court of Appeal justices.The Crown contended during the 2015 trial that Turcotte killed his children as an act of vengeance against his then-estranged wife, Isabelle Gaston, because she was having an affair with one of his friends and because he could not handle the notion of being replaced by another man in their lives.Defence lawyers said Turcotte was suicidal at the time and drank windshield washer fluid to kill himself. They argued that when he felt he was dying, he decided to take his children with him so they would not have to discover his body.The trial came down to duelling expert witnesses.Experts on both sides agreed that Turcotte was suffering from mental issues — an adjustment disorder with symptoms of anxiety and depression.Defence experts said Turcotte was incapable of telling right from wrong, while prosecution experts countered he was in control and responsible for the acts.The Crown and defence also disagreed on when the accused consumed the windshield washer fluid and the impact it had on his actions.The Crown said Turcotte wanted to commit suicide but that he killed the children before consuming the liquid.One of the three appeals court justices, Justice Allan Hilton, told Poupart on Tuesday the “real victim targeted by these acts is Madame Gaston,” a reference to the children’s mother.Gaston, who was present in court, told reporters she was not impressed with the defence’s arguments.“I’m still convinced that 17 years is not a lot for killing two children just because of a separation,” she said.Crown prosecutor Rene Verret argued the 17-year minimum is in line with society’s values.“There are no words to describe the circumstances surrounding these offences,” he said.The appeals court panel took the matter into deliberation.last_img read more