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Goalkeeper Brad Jones is set to make his first start for Liverpool since December 2010 as Jose Reina and Alexander Doni are both suspended.
Daniel Agger and Glen Johnson are pushing for starting places having made their comeback from injury in the midweek win at Blackburn.
Everton manager David Moyes is set to recall Leighton Baines, Tim Cahill and striker Nikica Jelavic.
Darron Gibson is also set to return but Steven Pienaar is cup-tied.
Australian goalkeeper Jones will make only his fourth Liverpool appearance in the semi-final at Wembley, but manager Kenny Dalglish is certain he will be ready.
“He’ll be excited, as everyone else is, about playing. It’s credit to Doni that he kept himself fit and active and sharp, and Brad’s the same.”
Everton manager David Moyes said his side will enter the game on top form.
He said: “I have talked a lot about how the new players who have come in have made the difference, but the players already here have stepped up to the mark and they are in good form now.
“I want them to continue doing it and make it as tough a game as possible for Liverpool.”
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Liverpool v Everton
This will be the fifth FA Cup semi-final between these two Merseyside giants. Everton won the first (in 1906), but Liverpool have since progressed through the last three.
No other fixture in FA Cup history has seen more than three semi-finals.
On all three occasions Liverpool have beaten Everton in an FA Cup semi-final, the Reds have gone on to lose the final.
Liverpool and Everton have been drawn together 16 times before in FA Cup history, with The Reds emerging victorious on nine occasions and the Toffees on seven.
The Reds are appearing in the semi-finals of the FA Cup for the 23rd time. Of the previous 22, they have made it to the final 13 times and been eliminated nine times.
Since 1986, however, Liverpool have won seven of their eight FA Cup semi-final ties, with Crystal Palace (1990) the only team to eliminate them from the last four in this period.
Everton have appeared in 24 FA Cup semi-finals, progressing to the final 13 times.
David Moyes’ side have been eliminated at the semi-final stage more often than any other team in the history of the competition (11).
The Toffees have reached the final the last six times they have made it to the FA Cup semi-finals: three times in extra time and once on penalties (vs Man Utd in 2009).
Only Manchester City (seven) have played more FA Cup semi-finals since they were last eliminated at this stage than the Toffees (six).
Liverpool v Everton has seen more red cards than any other Premier League fixture (20), while the Reds were reduced to 10 men in their last FA Cup tie against the Toffees.
Everton have won four and lost none of their last five matches in all competitions.
Only three teams have previously won the League Cup and FA Cup in the same season: Arsenal in 92/93, Liverpool in 00/01 and Chelsea in 06/07.
With a victory against Everton, Liverpool would be take one step closer to becoming the first team to achieve two FA/League Cup doubles, after they won both cups in 2000/01.
Liverpool have only kept one clean sheet in their last 12 games in all competitions, but that was against Everton (3-0 in the Premier League).