It's the fourth part of our Special Scouting Report ahead of the 216th Merseyside derby and today Sharpy and Snods are discussing Liverpool's likely style and formation.
The Reds have switched to two up-front under Kenny Dalglish and that move appears to have helped them become more prolific in front of goal.
Liverpool recruited Stewart Downing – already highlighted by the Everton legends as a particular danger - in the summer and Sharp believes a lot of their play revolves around getting the ball into wide areas.
He said: "The criticism from Liverpool fans is that they lack wide players to get supply into the forwards.
"They've addressed that problem by signing Stewart Downing who is a threat down the left and I think they will go 4-4-2 - which could suit us."
"They brought Downing in so they could get the ball wide."
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