Liverpool travel to Preston North End for their last-16 clash in the Carabao Cup.
Jurgen Klopp's men handed Manchester United a battering last time out, so the Reds will be extremely confident heading into this one.
While Liverpool are currently second in the Premier League, Preston are 19th in the Championship, and have only won once in their past nine league games.
Klopp's side are the clear favourites, and with a fairly big squad, it gives the German manager a chance to rotate and give minutes to those who have been benched recently.
A place in the quarter-final is up for grabs, so Klopp is unlikely to give a chance from the start to youth players, but someone like Kaide Gordon, who featured in the last round, may get an opportunity off the bench, depending on the scoreline.
How Liverpool will line up against Preston
Alisson will, of course, be rested, and thanks to Caoimhin Kelleher's illness, it will be Adrian who steps up.
Neco Williams hasn't been afforded much game time this season, so it'll be him flying down the right flank, and Kostas Tsimikas on the left.
Partnering in the middle will be the two who didn't play against Man Utd - Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.
Fabinho, Thiago, Harvey Elliot and James Milner will all miss out through injury - Milner is a doubt - so a trio of Curtis Jones, Jordan Henderson, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the most likely combination.
Mohamed Salah has arguably been the best player in the world this season, so he'll be given a chance to rest and prepare for the Premier League, as well Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino.
Sadio Mane, on the other hand, didn't start at Old Trafford, and with progression into the next round key, the Senegal forward could well be deployed in the forward line.
Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino will join him, in an attack that will cause Preston problems.