Four days after their 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea, the Reds make the trip to the Britannia Stadium for their fourth in a run of 13 games in 45 days.
Unbeaten in their last six games, including four victories, Jurgen Klopp‘s side can take on the Potters with confidence, despite back-to-back draws in league and Europe.
Stoke suffered a late defeat away to Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon, with Mamadou Sakho turning the ball home in stoppage time, and this will be a blow to their hopes.
The home side have won just twice in their last 10 games in all competitions, with the form charts certainly favouring Liverpool.
Three points are paramount, but can Klopp’s Reds follow the script and produce a comfortable midweek victory?
Check This Is Anfield for the team news ahead of the Reds’ latest clash.
The match kicks off at 8pm (GMT)—that’s 3pm in New York, 12pm in Los Angeles, 7am (Thursday) in Sydney, 11pm in Nairobi and 12am (Thursday) in Dubai.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ Premier League clash on the following channels worldwide:
beIN SPORTS CONNECT Arabia, SuperSport 3 Africa, Flow Sports App, DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Sports Caribbean, Optus Sport, DAZN Europe, SportKlub 1 Serbia, Watch ESPN Brasil, beIN Sports Connect Thailand, Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World, DIRECTV Sports Chile, BesTV, QQ Sports Live, Ssports Live, DIRECTV Sports Colombia, Sky HD, SKY Planeta Futbol, Sportklub 1 Croatia, Cytavision Sports HD, Cytavision Sports 1, DIRECTV Sports Ecuador, Viasat Sport Baltic, Cosmote Sport 1 HD, LeTV Sports Hong Kong, 620 PLTV, Stod 2 Sport, Hotstar, Sport 3, SportsNavi Live, GO Sports 1, SPS HD, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, DIRECTV Sports Peru, Canal+ Sport Online, DIRECTV Sports Puerto Rico, SportKlub 1 Slovenia, Digiturk Play, DIRECTV Sports Uruguay, DIRECTV Sports Venezuela, K +PC
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the night.
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