There are some derby day crackers to consider in this week’s Predicta competition, as Everton welcome Liverpool in the Premier League and we consider the Milan derby in Serie A, plus four games from Torquay’s National League.

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This week’s Predicta – can you beat Torbay Weekly’s chief sports writer Dave Thomas

EVERTON v LIVERPOOL - Liverpool win 2-1

Ancelotti will try to keep it tight, but Klopp’s men have so much quality and will be on it after that Villa stunner.

BARNET v HARTLEPOOL - A draw 2-2

Pool will fancy this after their good start, but Barnet have cheered themselves up of late and can hold them.

CHESTERFIELD v STOCKPORT COUNTY - Stockport win 2-1

Hot-and-cold Chesterfield still ringing the changes in attack, County getting into their stride - an away win here.

SOLIHULL MOORS v BOREHAM WOOD - A draw 2-2

Moors have goals in them, but they’ll have some defending to do against a Wood side with play-off potential.

TORQUAY UNITED v DOVER ATHLETIC - Torquay win 2-0

If form means anything (Bromley 4 Dover 1, Bromley 1 Torquay 2), the Gulls will have too much for Dover at Plainmoor.

INTER MILAN v AC MILAN - Inter win 1-0

Covid-19 positives hang over the first San Siro derby, but Inter can edge it despite Ibrahimovic’s return for Milan.

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