The Reds will be looking to respond in emphatic fashion this weekend, putting Monday night’s 1-0 defeat away to Swansea City behind them as they bid for cup progress.
Taking on a West Brom side who, after going four months without a victory at the end of last year, have won two, drawn two and lost one in their last five games, Liverpool will be wary of another upset.
Liverpool were held to a 0-0 draw by the Baggies back in December, but can they improve and return to winning ways in the FA Cup?
Check This Is Anfield for the latest team news ahead of the match.
The match gets underway at 7.45pm (GMT)—or 2.45pm in New York, 11.45am in Los Angeles, 6.45am (Sunday) in Sydney, 11.45pm in Dubai and 10.45pm in Nairobi.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ FA Cup fourth-round clash on the following channels worldwide:
SuperSport 3 Digitalb, SuperSport 3 Africa, SuperSport Select 2 Go, DIRECTV Play Deportes, DIRECTV Sports Argentina, Setanta Sports Eurasia +, DIRECTV Sports Caribbean, ESPN Australia, WatchESPN Australia, EuroSport Deutschland, Eleven Sports 2 Belgium, SportKlub 1 Serbia, Watch ESPN Brasil, ESPN Brasil, Diema Sport 2, Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World, DIRECTV Sports Chile, DIRECTV Play Deportes, PPTV Sport China, DIRECTV Sports Colombia, Sportklub 1 Croatia, Nova Sport 1, DIRECTV Sports Ecuador, Viasat Sport Baltic, Viasat Football HD, Viaplay Finland, beIN Sports 2, Sport 2 Hungary, Stod 2 Sport, BT Sport 2, Fox Sports HD, DAZN Japan, SBS ESPN Korea, Astro Supersport 4, Fox Sports Go, Fox Sports 4, ESPN Pacific Rim, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, Viaplay Norway, Viasat 4 Norway, DIRECTV Sports Peru, Eleven Sports 1 Poland, Sport TV3, DIRECTV Sports Puerto Rico, Telekom Sport 1 Romania, Digi Sport 1 Romania, Match TV Football 1, NTV+ Sport Online, SportKlub 1 Slovenia, SuperSport 3, SuperSport Maximo, Movistar+, Eurosport Player Sweden, EuroSport Nordic, DIRECTV Sports Uruguay, DIRECTV Sports Venezuela
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the evening.