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Liverpool fans will love what Paul Merson has said about Everton Liverpool visit Everton this weekend where they will be counting on putting on a far greater show than the one they did last time the two sides met – the Reds nicked the three points in the dying seconds of an otherwise uneventful clash. Jurgen Klopp’s side battered Watford on Wednesday, and in respect of that result, Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson feels there is little hope for their Merseyside neighbours.
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Sportsbet has seen a fall in active users as sports are cancelled and postponed due to the coronavirus Betting company Sportsbet has seen a drop in active users following sporting event cancellations caused by the coronavirus. However, there has also been a small increase in betting on esports. Tabcorp said in a statement it will be reducing costs and capital expenditure “where it reasonably can”. Visit Business Insider Australia’s homepage for more stories.