The Capital One Cup returns this evening with a bumper coupon, as Liverpool face Derby, Everton take on Norwich and Leicester face Chelsea at the Walkers Stadium.
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Liverpool will continue their quest to win a first trophy since 2012 when they take on Derby County in the third round of the Capital One Cup. For up to date team news please visit the Official Liverpool Website.
The 2016 runners-up got their campaign off to the perfect start last time out as they beat Burton Albion 5-0. Daniel Sturridge grabbed a brace in that game while Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino were also on target.
Derby meanwhile struggled in their tie with Carlisle, drawing 1-1 in regular time before winning 14-13 on penalties.
The Rams have made a slow start to the season and currently sit in the bottom half of the Championship table, a few short months after reaching the Championship play-offs as new manager Nigel Pearson looks for a significant improvement.
Derby have only secured one victory all season in the Championship, away at Preston, and Rams fans have yet to taste success at home.
While the prospect of a shock is always on the cards, Derby will find things difficult against a Liverpool side that holds the edge over their rivals.
The Reds have not lost against Derby since a 3-2 defeat in 1999. Since then they have won 7 and drawn 1 of their 8 meetings. They have scored 22 goals in those meetings with a 6-0 success from 2007 their last meeting the stand out result.
Their last meeting was in December 2007 when Liverpool won 2-1, club legends Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres scoring the all-important goals.
The clash of 2016 are still finding their feet under Jurgen Klopp and while there is no midfielder of the class of Gerrard and a forward at the level of Torres, the signs are that Liverpool are on the up.
Klopp is unlikely to make too many changes to his side although Loris Karius could come into the side. Origi will hope he gets a run out while Ragnar Klavan and Kevin Stewart will both hope to start.
Emre Can could be involved as he build match fitness while Marko Grujic will hope to start.
It should be an intriguing contest, with Liverpool offering plenty going forward.
Elsewhere Everton will be looking to continue their tremendous form as they take on Championship side Norwich City, who themselves have started well. Ronald Koeman is doing good things at Goodison at the moment, although he will be missing in form Romelu Lukaku, who is out with a toe injury.
Alex Neil will be looking to catch Everton cold, and with the side currently second in the Championship, they could prove a popular selection at 7/1.
The ties kickoff at 19:45.
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