Liverpool league video game unlikely to move for EFL Cup connect

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Liverpool might be ‘not able’ to play Carabao Cup tie – Jurgen Klopp

The Premier League is unlikely to enable Liverpool to move any top-flight games to accommodate their Carabao Cup quarter-final at Aston Rental property.

The last-eight ties are due to happen in the week commencing 16 December, when the Anfield side remain in Qatar for the Club World Cup.

The Reds’ Premier League match at West Ham United has currently been held off due to the fact that of the Fifa competition.

The club and the EFL are in talks over an alternative date for the Rental property game.

There seem no potential slots in December, a month when Liverpool currently have eight components arranged – five in the Premier League, their final Champions League group match and 2 Club World Cup games.

There is a midweek window after the FA Cup 3rd round on the first weekend in January – but that would mean playing the Rental property tie when the very first legs of the EFL Cup semi-finals are because of take place.

Another midweek slot is potentially available in the week beginning 13 January, prior to the 2nd legs take place in the week beginning 27 January.

The EFL Cup last is on 1 March.

There have likewise been reports about Liverpool playing the Rental property tie on 17/18 December and the Club World Cup game on 18 December by fielding 2 different teams in the competitions.

Liverpool’s fixture pile-up (Premier League unless specified)
4 December Everton (h)
7 December Bournemouth (a)
10 December Red Bull Salzburg (a) Champions League
14 December Watford (h)
16 December Week of EFL Cup quarter-finals
18 December TBC (Qatar) Club World Cup
21 December TBC (Qatar) Club World Cup
26 December Leicester City (a)
29 December Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)
2 January Sheffield United (h)
4 & 5 January FA Cup 3rd round
6 January Week of EFL Cup semi-final first legs
11 January Tottenham Hotspur (a)
19 January Manchester United (h)
23 January Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)
27 January Week of EFL Cup semi-final 2nd legs
1 February Southampton (h)

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