Curtis Jones could make Liverpool history tonight if he is handed the armband to lead his side out at Anfield.
Jones is one of the standout young players breaking out of the Academy and into Liverpool's first team this season.
He sealed a 1-0 derby win over Everton in the FA Cup with a fine strike and has been involved with the senior squad on numerous occasions already this season.
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Neil Critchley, who will be managing the team in Jurgen Klopp’s absence, confirmed that he would “toss a coin” to decide if Jones or Pedro Chirivella will lead his side out.
But regardless of whether it is heads or tails, Jones could break another Liverpool record held by Luis Suarez.
As well as his screamer against the Blues back in January, Jones also opened the scoring when the two sides at New Meadow in the first game, meaning if nets again tonight then he will be the first Reds star since Suarez to score in three successive FA Cup ties.
Back in 2012, the now Barcelona man scored against Brighton & Hove Albion in the fifth-round at Anfield before netting against Stoke City in the quarter-finals.
Suarez then scored in the semi-final victory over Everton at Wembley, cancelling out Nikica Jelavic’s first half opener for the Blues.
The Reds would go on to be beaten in the final by Chelsea who, rather ironically, the Reds will face in round-five should they overcome Town at Anfield tonight.