Liverpool welcome Leeds United to Anfield for a Football League Cup quarter-final scheduled to kick-off at 19:45 GMT on Tuesday, November 29 and you can find all the live stream information including kick-off time in our match preview right here.
Though they are second in the Premier League table and trail Chelsea by one point, it is the Reds who are playing like the best team in the country and are no doubt benefitting from a lack of mid-week European football.
So far in the EFL Cup, Jurgen Klopp's side battered Burton 5-0, destroyed Derby 3-0 and edged Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 to book themselves a place in the final eight against Leeds.
Leeds are vying for a play-off place in the Championship as they are comfortable in fifth place, however, their form and results returned are very hit and miss.
Though they have drawn just two of their 18 league games so far this season, they have won nine, leaving them with seven losses which means they can be beaten and they can be beaten easily.
Nobody has done that yet in the EFL Cup but Leeds have suffered a number of scares.
For instance, lowly Fleetwood forced Leeds into extra-time and a penalty shoot-out in the first round, ahead of a slim 1-0 win over Luton later in August. They trumped Blackburn 1-0 in the third round ahead of another extra-time and penalty shoot-out against Norwich City in October.
Eventually, their luck will run out and they will be asked constant questions by an imposing Liverpool attack emboldened by the cheer of their own fans in Merseyside.
Liverpool take Leeds on in the League Cup on Tuesday at 19:45 GMT.