Liverpool FC Manager Klopp is expected to start his big guns in tonight’s FA Cup 3rd round clash against Plymouth Argyle. The league two side held the Reds where the coach played the youngest starting line-up in Liverpool’s history in the original tie at Anfield.It will be a giant killing if The Pilgrims somehow wins against Liverpool. Here are the expected Starting XIs, match time and Live streaming, TV broadcast details. The winners will host Wolves in the FA Cup fourth round. Catch Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool FC FA Cup action live.
Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool FC Live Streaming, Match Time, Starting XI
This FA Cup 3rd round match starts 7PM local time and 1:15 IST. You can watch Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool FC live from Home Park on BT Sport 2. Unfortunately no channel are broadcasting the match in India. The Live streaming however is available on BTSport.com or the BT Sport app.
Klopp is expected to make changes to the lineup as their youngest side was held at Anfield in original tie. For Liverpool, keeper Loris Karius is set to start while Right-back Clyne (rib) and midfielder Lucas (knee) who missed Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Manchester United may not feature. Start player Philippe Coutinho has been included in the Liverpool squad.
For Plymouth Argyle, Conor Smith is out after picking up an injury against Stevenage. Craig Tanner and Arnold Garita are available after extending their loans while Striker David Goodwillie won’t feature after being involved in a civil case. Here’s how the Starting XI for both teams may look like:
Liverpool FC Starting XI (4-3-3): Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Lucas, Moreno, Stewart, Ejaria, Coutinho, Woodburn, Origi, Sturridge
Substitutes: Mignolet, Klavan, Randall, Williams, Alves, Ojo, Wilson
Plymouth Argyle XI: McCormick; Threlkeld, Songo’o, Bradley, Purrington; Fox, Carey, Donaldson; Jervis, Slew, Garita
What managers has to say?
Plymouth coach Derek Adams: “The Liverpool line-up could change, although I don’t see it changing a lot from the team that played against us.
“I think they might put in a bit more experience in the team, but I can’t see it shifting too much.
“The only difference for them will be that the changing rooms are not as luxurious as Anfield. But the playing surface is excellent, it’s a nice stadium, so I don’t see it being a problem.”
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: “I don’t think the line-up was a mistake.
“I always choose line-ups to win the game. We didn’t think about the age. They are important players in our squad.
“We could have done better, 100%. In the first half we lost patience too early – crossing at the wrong moment, making the wrong pass.
“We had the ball all the time. It was boring, not the most exciting game.”
Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool FC Betting odds
Prediction: Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Liverpool