Liverpool predicted starting line-up vs Leicester - new captain named amid 10 changes - gallery
Liverpool begin their Carabao Cup campaign when they welcome Leicester City to Anfield in the third round this evening (19.45 BST).
The Reds have a stellar reputation in the competition, having won it a record nine times - most recently in the 2021-22 season. While a Premier League top-four finish is Liverpool’s principal aim this term, a cup run will be welcomed. Assistant manager Pep Lijnders pointed out while conducting pre-match media duties that consistent game time will bring the best out of the squad.
Changes will be made from the 3-1 victory over West Ham, which delivered Jurgen Klopp’s side a sixth successive victory in all competitions. But Liverpool will be fielding a side that is capable of defeating a Leicester outfit who are top of the Championship and full of confidence.
With all that in mind, here’s the Reds team we predict to line-up.
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