Capital One Cup: Liverpool v Notts County match preview
A look ahead to tonight’s Capital One Cup second round fixture at Anfield
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Brendan Rodgers will rotate his squad for the second round clash at Anfield against the League One side who have only picked up one point in their opening four matches.
Fabio Borini, Raheem Stirling, Andre Wisdom and summer signing Luis Alberto are all vying for a starting place in the Liverpool side whilst Notts County manager Chris Kiwomya is sweating over the fitness of several first-team players, including captain Dean Leacock, who sat out their weekend loss against Stevenage. New-signing Enda Stevens, 23, is eligible to play for County after joining on-loan from Aston Villa today.
KICK-OFF: Tuesday, 7.45pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
Liverpool 4 Notts County 0, Division 1, 1992
Notts County 1 Liverpool 2, Division 1, 1991
Notts County 0 Liverpool 0, Division 1, 1984
Liverpool have won their first two opening Premier League fixtures for the first time since 2008.
Notts County have failed to beat Liverpool in their previous 12 meetings, in a run stretching back to 1956.
The two sides have never met in the League Cup.
Liverpool to win: 1.17
Notts County to win: 21
TV: Live on Sky Sports 1 at 7.45pm, highlights on BBC1, Wednesday at 11.35pm
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