LEAKED: Details Emerge Online About Colours & Style of Liverpool's 2017/18 Away Kit

Ollie Knight

​Liverpool have had their away kit for the upcoming 2017/18 season 'leaked' by ​ ​FootyHeadlines​, via ​Jack Henderson on Twitter.

The shirt will be based on the famous 1995/16 away shirt, which featured quarter-panels of white and green cubes.

Stan Collymore of Liverpool and Gary Pallister of Manchester United

It is also rumoured that the new kit will be embroidered with a special edition  125-years anniversary crest.

Last time Liverpool wore a green and white kit was when they finished third in the Premier League, behind Newcastle and eventual champions Manchester United in '96.

The Reds will be hoping for a similar finish this season, as they currently occupy third spot with six games left to play.

They sit eight points behind second-placed Spurs and two points above Manchester City in fourth, but Pep Guardiola's side do have a game in hand.

Jurgen Klopp's side travel to West Brom on Sunday as they aim to cement their spot in the top-four, they will be hoping of another away win after beating Stoke 2-1 last weekend.

Ian Rush of Liverpool

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