Its Liverpool v Swansea from the Capital One Cup this evening with the latest live stream, betting odds and match preview from Anfield as Liverpool look to stop the rot.
Liverpool will be out to ensure that Brendan Rodgers reunion with Swansea is a happy affair.
The former Swans boss has endured a difficult start to the season with the club currently sitting 7th in the league table after winning four of their opening 9 games.
The Capital One cup offers the Northern Irishman a real chance of silverware this season however they face a tough task against a Swansea side, level on points but a place above them in the league.
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Swansea are of course by Rodgers former player at the Liberty stadium, Garry Monk. The young manager has impressed since taking charge at the club and he hopes he can replicate the result from his side’s last visit to Anfield in the cup.
On that occasion Swansea won 3-1, one of a number of stunning performances on their way to winning the cup and Monk is looking forward to the chance of repeating that famous night.
“Anfield’s always a special place to play and we did well in the cup game that we played there before.
“Hopefully we can take that sort of performance (versus Leicester) up there, but it’s one that we’ll go up and enjoy.
“Liverpool will obviously be favourites, but hopefully we can put a performance on that will make everyone proud.
“We have to take it [the League Cup] seriously. It’s a cup that we’ve done very well in in the past, having won it in recent history, and it’s one that we’d like to do well in again.”
Swansea beat Liverpool cross town rivals Everton in the last round while the Reds needed penalties, lots of them to dispose of championship outfit Middlesbrough.
Liverpool could make some changes to their side with the likes of Kolo Toure, Rickie Lambert, Lazar Markovic and Jordan Rossiter set to start while Wilfried Bony, with 4 goals in 3 games, and Jonjo Shelvey will be out to make an impression. Shelvey is a former Liverpool player while Bony has been linked with the Reds following the poor start made by Mario Balotelli.