Liverpool booked their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win over Everton on Friday, but who could they be drawn against on Monday?
Goals from James Milner and debutant Virgil van Dijk earned a Merseyside derby victory at Anfield, cancelling out Gylfi Sigurdsson’s equaliser on the break.
Liverpool are one of 32 sides in the fourth round, and will be hoping to surpass last season’s effort, having lost 2-1 to Wolves at the same stage in 2017.
Jurgen Klopp has shown considerably more respect to the FA Cup this time around, with his team selection against Everton indicative of this.
And having already dropped out of the League Cup away to Leicester City in September, this could provide the Reds with their best chance of silverware this season.
The draw for the FA Cup fourth round will take place at around 7.10pm (GMT) on Monday night, before kickoff in Brighton‘s home clash with Crystal Palace.
It will be shown live on both BBC Two and BT Sport for UK viewers, and here’s who Liverpool (ball 4) could face on the weekend of January 27 and 28:
FA Cup Fourth Round Draw
1. Sheffield United
3. Birmingham City
5. Brighton or Crystal Palace
7. Bournemouth or Wigan (Subject to replay)
9. Newport County
12. Nottingham Forest
13. Notts County
14. MK Dons
15. Manchester United
16. West Brom
20. Fleetwood or Leicester (Subject to replay)
22. Cardiff or Mansfield (Subject to replay)
23. Manchester City
24. Shrewsbury or West Ham (Subject to replay)
25. Wolves or Swansea (Subject to replay)
26. Stevenage or Reading (Subject to replay)
31. Norwich or Chelsea (Subject to replay)
32. Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday (Subject to replay)
Liverpool have won the FA Cup seven times in their history, with their last triumph coming in 2006 under Rafa Benitez.
But they have failed to make it past the fourth round in both of the last two seasons, losing to West Ham in a replay in 2016 and to Wolves last year.
Their last appearance in the FA Cup final came in 2012 against Chelsea, but Kenny Dalglish‘s side lost 2-1 at Wembley, with Andy Carroll the sole goalscorer for the Reds.