IECHost warp testing: how you can help

After imaging around 70 tool disks with IECHost, I stumbled upon an original disk version of “Liverpool – The Computer Game” by Grandslam. Here’s the game’s title screen:

Liverpool - The Computer Game disk dumped with IECHost by Luigi Di Fraia

Liverpool – The Computer Game disk dumped with IECHost

I guess the disk is not copy-protected at all and albeit it was write-unprotected (suggesting some custom data might have been saved to it) I’d be interested in comparing my D64 with the D64 obtained from a different source of the original disk version.
I’ve only been able to find cracked disk versions or tape versions of the game so if you have access to a D64 of the original disk version, please let me know if you’d want to share it for me to compare the two copies. Thank you!

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