Liverpool set to make changes for Capital One Cup tie against Swansea
Tuesday 30 October 2012
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will make a number of changes for the visit of former club Swansea in the Capital One Cup.
The likes of Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez are likely to be rested after a busy schedule over the last week, while goalkeeper Jose Reina is still recovering from a hamstring injury.
It means the likes of defenders Jamie Carragher and Sebastian Coates and midfielders Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing are are set to play.
Provisional squad: Jones, Wisdom, Coates, Carragher, Enrique, Henderson, Shelvey, Sahin, Downing, Pacheco, Yesil, Assaidi, Gulacsi, Robinson, Wilson, Coady, Sama, Suso, Sterling, Sinclair.
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