It is nearly 11 years since Liverpool last lifted the trophy, with Steven Gerrard’s influential display against West Ham sealing glory in the 2006 final.
League 2 Plymouth shouldn’t cause the Reds too many problems, and unsurprisingly, Klopp has named a much-changed team for the game.
Gomez’s return is hugely pleasing, with the teenager not featuring since the 1-1 draw with FC Sion in October 2015, following a cruciate ligament injury.
Kevin Stewart slots into Jordan Henderson‘s deep-lying midfield role, with the captain not set to return until next Sunday’s Premier League clash at Man United, with Emre Can and Ejaria also starting in the middle of the park.
Woodburn earns his first ever Liverpool start, following his goalscoring heroics from the bench against Leeds United, while Sheyi Ojo is another who is back from injury.
Origi leads the line – Daniel Sturridge is on the bench – and the Belgian will be keen to add to his seven goals so far this season.
It is Liverpool’s youngest ever starting lineup, with an average age of 21 years, 296 days.
Liverpool: Karius, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Lucas, Moreno, Stewart, Can, Ejaria, Ojo, Woodburn, Origi
Substitutes: Mignolet, Klavan, Clyne, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Firmino, Sturridge