Liverpool are vulnerable, declares Everton striker ahead of derby

Romelu Lukaku claims that Liverpool are "vulnerable" heading into Saturday's Merseyside derby

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Romelu Lukaku claims that Liverpool are “vulnerable” heading into Saturday’s derby clash with Everton.

The Reds have lost three of their opening five Premier League games and slumped to successive defeats after last weekend’s 3-1 reversal at West Ham United followed the 1-0 loss to Aston Villa.

And Everton striker Lukaku believes that the Toffees’ trip to Anfield is the perfect opportunity for Roberto Martinez’s men to kick-start their season.

“Everyone is talking about Everton and no one is talking about Liverpool. They are vulnerable. I am not here to criticise,” Lukaku told the Daily Express.

“I respect them like they have to respect us. We have a good team and when we start getting into winning ways it will be difficult to stop us.

“This game is an opportunity to turn the season around.”

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