Liverpool face Arsenal for the second time in a matter of days tonight when they host the Gunners at Anfield in the Carabao Cup.

Jurgen Klopp's men triumphed 3-1 to make it three wins from three in the Premier League on Monday night, recovering from a Alexandre Lacazette opener to score through Sadio Mane, Andy Robertson and Diogo Jota.

It was a vital three points for the Reds, who had lost their last two previous matches to Mikel Arteta's Arsenal side.

Klopp and Arteta are both now likely to make a number of changes for tonight's Carabao Cup game, which is a repeat of last year's meeting, a game that finished 5-5 before Liverpool advanced on penalties.

Jota, who opened his Liverpool account in on Monday, will be in line for a start. As will the likes of Divock Origi, Harvey Elliott, Marko Grujic, Curtis Jones and James Milner. Kostas Tsimikas is carrying an injury so will not play, but teenage defender Billy Koumetio could be in line for a debut.

"The kids should be proud of themselves"

Paul Merson says Liverpool’s ‘kids should be proud of themselves’

The pundit also suggests they can now get a bit of a rest come December when the quarter-finalists - including title rival Manchester City play their fixtures.

How impressive was this?

Paul Merson is asked in the Sky Sports studio how impressive Willock’s winning penalty was.

His two word reply will please many LFC fans.

“Not very”

Leno understandably man of the match

The Arsenal goalkeeper is man of the match, deservedly so, not for his shootout heroics. There wouldn’t have been one without his efforts in normal time.

“It was a very tough game. We had a few changes.

“It’s a chance to win another trophy so we want to progress that’s our target.

“Luckily we won in a penalty shootout. I prefer to win this game without penalty shootout but we win it with one.

“It was not the best penalty (Willock’s winner) but the ball was in.”

If you still want to know...

Well Liverpool are frustratingly not in the hat for the quarter-finals.

But if you still want to know who will face who in the next round, you can follow our dedicated live coverage of the draw here

Late opportunity

Free-kick to Liverpool after a Gomez pass strikes an arm. Wilson will float this one in. Decent opportunity late on, this...

Decent strike

Decent strike from Williams but it’s straight down the middle and comfortable for Leno. We’re inside the final five minutes, will there be a winner? Saka is off for Ainsley Maitland-Niles for Arsenal as they make their final sub.

Half a chance for Arsenal

Half a chance for Arsenal as Pepe finds some space before firing into the stands with his weaker right foot.

Plenty of positives

Whatever happens in these closing moments, there are plenty of positives to take from Liverpool’s performance, not least the two Williams in defence, Grujic in midfield - even if he’s just putting a few million on his asking price - and the fact a much-changed team can produce such a display of quality on the ball.