Liverpool host West Bromwich Albion in the FA Cup on Saturday hoping to put last Monday’s Premier League embarrassment at Swansea City firmly behind them.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is expected to make changes to the side that lost 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium, with the German likely to use the fourth round tie as an opportunity to rest his key players.
Simon Mignolet could return in goal, while James Milner, Adam Lallana, Dominic Solanke and Trent Alexander-Arnold are all likely to start.
Danny Ings came off the bench against Swansea and is also in contention, but Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno remain on the sidelines.
Baggies’ boss Alan Pardew will field a strong side for the trip to Anfield, with Salomon Rondon expected to lead the line against the club he has been linked with in recent days.
Gareth McAuley could replace Jonny Evans at centre-back, while Matt Phillips will also hope to feature in a wide position.
Liverpool are priced at 2/7 to win the game, with West Brom on offer at 9/1. The draw is available at 9/2, but make sure you check out this double your odds at Titanbet offer before wagering on the game.
Klopp will be expecting a response from his team following Monday’s disappointment, with result ending an unbeaten run that stretched back three months.
Liverpool beat their Merseyside rivals Everton 2-1 in the third round of the competition earlier this month, and they can be backed at 15/2 to repeat that scoreline on Saturday.
The Reds haven’t won the FA Cup since 2006 and the competition represents their most realistic chance of silverware this season.
Liverpool have won just two of their last seven home games in the FA Cup and West Brom held them to a goalless draw at Anfield when the teams met in the league during December.
Pardew appears to slowly be making a difference at the Hawthorns and his team head into the tie on the back of a 1-1 draw at Everton last weekend.
Albion’s last victory at Anfield came back in 2013 when they triumphed 2-0 and they are priced at 66/1 to match that feat this weekend.
It is a tough assignment for Pardew’s side at Anfield, but their confidence will be high after a run of just one defeat in six games.
Liverpool should progress to the fifth round, but West Brom (+2) at Evens in the handicap market looks a decent value bet.