It's Liverpool, but not as we know it.
Neil Critchley's Under-23 squad will be tasked with taking on Shrewsbury Town at Anfield in tonight's FA Cup fourth round replay, while Jurgen Klopp and his senior stars enjoy a mid-winter break.
So does that give us a betting opportunity? We asked our Chief Liverpool Writer Ian Doyle what he expects at Anfield tonight, and where the clever money should be going.
Win, lose or draw?
Liverpool 3-2 Shrewsbury. Expect a lot of goals with so much of the unknown surrounding this tie. It'll be like nothing Anfield has seen before. For a start Liverpool are Evens to win, in a home game against League One opposition. Over 4.5 goals is a huge 16/5 shout .
Who’s a good bet for 1st scorer?
Harvey Elliott will no doubt have his supporters but it's hard to look beyond Curtis Jones for the first goal. Both are 13/2 to score the first goal and 21/10 to score at any time.
Who’s on the naughty step?
The Liverpool defence is likely to come under an awful lot of pressure and the youngsters will have a lot of work to do. Sepp van den Berg, the centre-back, might well have to take one for the good of the team. Otherwise, you're looking at Pedro Chirivella in the engine room.
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Who’s on pens?
Harvey Elliott scored a penalty earlier this season - Rhian Brewster, now out on loan, scored all the others - so probably best backing the 16-year-old. He's a 21/10 anytime scorer tip.
Will the Reds keep a clean sheet?
Liverpool's first team have been keeping out goals for fun, but young goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher has conceded 10 goals in his last two senior appearances behind a makeshift defence. It would be quite something if Shrewsbury don't score. Both Teams To Score is a solid 8/15 tip with thepools.com.