Jurgen Klopp is set to ring the changes for Liverpool's EFL Cup fourth-round tie against Tottenham on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 7pm.
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The Reds boss confirmed Simon Mignolet will start in goal ahead of Loris Karius, who was between the sticks on Saturday as the Reds extended their unbeaten run to nine matches in all competitions with a 2-1 victory over West Brom at Anfield. Klopp still feels there is work to be done, though.
"We can defend better, we can attack better, we can create better, we can have a better balance in the game - there are a lot of things to improve," Klopp said.
Tottenham are unbeaten in the Premier League this season but missed the chance to go top after they were held to a goalless draw by Bournemouth at the weekend.
Mauricio Pochettino fielded a youthful side in the previous round against Gillingham and again plans to give fringe players an opportunity.
"We believe in them and if my team is the same as against Gillingham or some changes, they need to prove they have quality," Pochettino added. "You know, always the big, big players start their career and they need to make their debut sometimes in a difficult place like Anfield."
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson misses out through suspension but the Reds have no other new fitness concerns.
Danny Ings, who has only made one senior appearance this season, is pushing for a start and so too is Daniel Sturridge after not featuring against West Brom.
Michel Vorm is set to start in goal for Spurs in place of Hugo Lloris while Harry Kane and Toby Alderweireld remain out with injury, as does Marcus Edwards.
Moussa Sissoko will miss out, after Spurs accepted a Football Association violent conduct charge following an incident involving Harry Arter on Saturday.
Liverpool's only previous League Cup win against Tottenham was in the 1982 final (D2 L4), though they did knock Tottenham out on penalties following a draw in December 2004.
L'pool v Spurs EFL Cup quiz
How many of these players do you recognise from last League Cup meeting?
This match pitches together the last two runners-up of the League Cup (Tottenham in 2015 and Liverpool in 2016).
In all competitions, Tottenham are winless in their last eight meetings with Liverpool - five defeats followed by three draws.
Liverpool have reached the quarter-final of the League Cup in the last two seasons. The last time they did this for three consecutive seasons was a run of five between 1979-80 and 1983-84 - a run that saw them win the competition in the last four of those.
Tottenham have lost three of their last four League Cup games against fellow Premier League sides, beating Newcastle 4-0 in December 2014.
With one goal and three assists, Erik Lamela has been involved in more goals than any other player in the EFL Cup this season.
Charlie Nicholas' prediction
You know what, I know we're all excited about the Manchester derby because of all that's going on there, but this is the best footballing game for me.
There will be a few changes and Spurs will probably switch their full-backs as usual, Vincent Janssen should come back in for another chance and Kevin Wimmer could get a game, although it will take him a bit of time to get up to speed.
I'll be interested to see what team Jurgen Klopp goes for. Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi need a game but will he jeopardise the system to incorporate them?
Spurs are well drilled and Liverpool can be frustrated, as we've seen in recent games, failing to break down United then falling over the line at the weekend after we got very excited about them.
I'm finding this one a tough one to call and it could go either way but I'm going forward Liverpool on home advantage.