Liverpool are also the most successful club in the annals of the EFL Cup with eight victories, although the last of those came in 2012 and they have not picked up a single piece of domestic silverware since then.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how Jurgen Klopp could line his side up as they try to take another step towards ending that drought.
Liverpool have injury doubts over arguably the two highest-profile players, and neither Mohamed Salah nor Virgil van Dijk are likely to be risked for this game as a result.
Both are expected to be available if needed, with Salah taking part in training on Monday following his 85th-minute withdrawal due to an ankle injury on Sunday and Van Dijk only suffering from a dead leg, but Klopp will take the opportunity to hand the duo a rest.
Klopp may stop short of handing the likes of Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones starts as he did in the last round against MK Dons, but there should be opportunities for youngsters such as Ki-Jana Hoever and Rhian Brewster to gain some more first-team experience.
James Milner starred at left-back in the previous round and could be handed those duties again, while in goal Adrian will come in for Alisson Becker having already enjoyed more first-team football than he might have expected since his summer move.