Liverpool would be looking to continue their resurgence under Jurgen Klopp but they are up against Crystal Palace, a team in fine form this season.
After getting the better of Chelsea last week, can Liverpool now go on to conquer Palace is yet to be seen. Jurgen Klopp has injected a fresh breath of air in this Liverpool side but a lot more has to be done if Liverpool are to return to the top four.
Liverpool can jump to eight position in the league table with a win at home against Crystal Palace but the visitors will not make it easy for them.
Crystal Palace would be considering themselves unlucky after not getting the three points against Manchester United last week and they would be hoping for a better luck this time around when they travel to Anfield to take on another Premier League giants in the form of Liverpool.
Liverpool will recall a few first team players who were rested for their Europa League clash.
Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel and Lucas are expected to return in the starting eleven for the clash but captain, Jordan Henderson is still out and is weeks away from returning to full fitness.
Crystal Palace could be without striker, Dwight Gayle, who has been struggling with a hamstring problem. Other two strikers, Connor Wickham and Marouane Chamakh are already on the sidelines leaving Palace short of options up front.
This could force Alan Pardew to either play Zaha as an out and out striker or he could use him as false nine against Liverpool this Sunday.