Liverpool’s season rolls on – and towards Burnley’s Turf Moor as the Reds aim to keep pace with Manchester City at the Premier League summit.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are riding high after the Merseyside derby victory over Everton, with Divock Origi’s stoppage time winner sending Anfield into rapture.
It’s back on the road now for Liverpool however, as they face the prospect of a cold, wet Wednesday night against the Clarets.
Sean Dyche’s men are in the relegation zone after an awful run of form, but could they spring a surprise?
How can I watch?
However, we will be blogging the match live on our website, with James Pearce and Ian Doyle at Turf Moor and Theo Squires and Paul Gorst tucked up warm at Echo HQ in Old Hall Street.
All highlights can be seen on Match Of The Day, Wednesday 10.45pm, BBC One.Stuart Attwell will take charge of Wednesday’s game.
The 36-year-old will be taking charge of his second Liverpool game this season after overseeing the Reds’ 4-1 win against Cardiff in October.Attwell has brandished 22 yellow cards in seven Premier League games this season.
Liverpool will take to the field on Wednesday for the third time in a week and after two tough games: away at PSG and home to Everton, Klopp could look to make changes.
Jordan Henderson is back from suspension and could come into the side while Daniel Sturridge could replace the struggling Roberto Firmino.
Despite his derby heroics on Sunday Divock Origi is expected to start the game on the bench.
Burnley currently find themselves second bottom in the Premier league, a million miles away from the seventh place they achieved last season.
The Clarets have only won two of their first 14 games so far and have the second worst defensive record in the league – not what you want with Mo Salah and company coming to town.
Liverpool and Burnley have met on 118 previous occasions with the record currently standing at:
The last time the sides met at Turf Moor in January Ragnar Klavan’s last minute goal earned Liverpool a 2-1 victory.