Liverpool will look for revenge for their FA Cup final defeat by Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday when the two sides meet again in the Premier League at Anfield on Tuesday night.
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Reds boss Kenny Dalglish and his side will still be hurting after they failed to show up for the first hour of the showpiece of the famous old cup competition in the capital.
The impact of striker Andy Carroll was a big boost to his side when he came on against the Blues and he may well have earned himself a place in the starting line-up for Tuesday's rematch.
With his ability to unsettle defenders and at last, signs of quality in front of goal after a barren spell for the Merseyside outfit, Carroll looked more like the player Liverpool invested so much money in over a year ago.
The former Newcastle frontman was unlucky not to score the equaliser at Wembley, with his header in the dying stages of the game cleared off the line by Petr Cech, who has been superb between the sticks in recent months.
With the likes of David Luiz and Gary Cahill still out of action through injury, Carroll should be able to produce another dominant performance if he can recreate that same energy as he did for the cameras at Wembley.
Luis Suarez failed to make a real impact in the cup final but he has looked in good form of late and the makeshift Chelsea backline will be fully aware what the Uruguayan international is capable of.
As for Chelsea they go into this game on a high after their first trophy of the season and they will be looking to make it a historic double if they can overcome Bayern Munich in their own back yard in the Champions League final on May 19.
Following their defeat to Newcastle last week, Chelseas chances of finishing in the top four took a serious blow and now their best chance of playing Champions League football next season, is by winning the prestigious tournament this term.
For this reason we may well see a much-changed Chelsea outfit fielded by interim manager Roberto di Matteo, who will certainly have one eye on their showdown in Munich less than two weeks away.
Fernando Torres, who started the FA Cup final on the bench, could be given a starting role against the club he left for a British transfer record of £50m.
The former Reds striker has started to show glimpses of the form that made him an exciting prospect on Merseyside and having scored the goal that seal Chelsea’s place in the Champions League final after a torrid season, it would be no surprise to see Torres pop up with a goal against his former employers.
Recent games between these two teams would suggest this match is bound to be another exciting encounter but with Chelsea distracted by European matters, Liverpool might just get the revenge they want after a disappointing weekend.