Liverpool will look to boost their hopes of qualifying for next season's Champions League when they return to Anfield to take on Crystal Palace on Sunday.
The Reds picked up priceless back-to-back wins at Stoke City and West Brom to keep Manchester United and Arsenal at arm's length in the race for the top four.
They will now hope to continue their good form at Anfield, where they have not been beaten in the English top flight since January.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
Sunday, April 23, 2017
16:30 GMT, 11:30 ET
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
In the UK, the match will be available to watch live on television on Sky Sports 1 and by stream via Sky Go.
UK TV channel
Sky Sports 1
In the US, the match will be available to watch live on television on NBCSN and by stream via NBC Sports Live.
US TV channel
NBC Sports Live
SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
Mignolet, Karius, Manninger
Clyne, Lovren, Gomez, Moreno, Matip, Klavan, Alexander-Arnold
Milner, Coutinho, Lucas, Can, Wijnaldum, Stewart, Grujic, Woodburn
Firmino, Sturridge, Origi
Lucas Leiva, Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan are all doubts for Liverpool with minor niggles and muscle problems. Adam Lallana has trained individually but is not ready to feature, while Danny Ings is running again after a serious knee injury but not close to a return.
Adam Bogdan, Sadio Mane, Jordan Henderson and Ovie Ejaria all remain sidelined.
Crystal Palace players
Speroni, Hennessey, Mandanda
Ward, Delaney, Kelly, Tomkins, Fryers, Van Aanholt
Cabaye, Zaha, Lee, McArthur, Sako, Ledley, Puncheon, Townsend, Flamini, Schlupp, Milivojevic
Campbell, Benteke, Remy
Pape Souare and Connor Wickham are long-term absentees for Palace, while Scott Dann is not expected back from a knee injury for another couple of weeks and Mamadou Sakho is ineligible to play against his parent club.
There is better news regarding Loic Remy and James Tomkins, however, who are both back in the squad after calf strains.
BETTING & GAME ODDS
Liverpool are 1/2 favourites to win at home, according to Oddschecker, with Crystal Palace priced at 6/1 and the draw available at 15/4.
Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino are joint-9/2 favourites to score first, with Philippe Coutinho priced at 11/2 and Christian Benteke 10/1 against his former club.
While they were the superior side on paper in both games, six points out of six was no guarantee for Liverpool from visits to Stoke City and West Brom in their past two Premier League outings.
That they return to Anfield with maximum points in the bag is a huge boost to their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League, and also a major step in the right direction as far as the bigger picture goes. Jurgen Klopp's men have played indifferently away from home against mid-table opposition for much of the season, but are now showing an ability to win ugly on their travels.
The path back to Europe's top competition is clear: taking care of home games against Crystal Palace, Southampton and Middlesbrough and getting something from winnable fixtures at Watford and West Ham will surely be enough.
That is not to say that it will be entirely straightforward, given that Klopp is dealing with another end-of-season injury pile-up that gives more credence to the claims that his high-energy style of play has its consequences, but the finish line is in sight.
As long as the German can put a consistent back four and Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino on the pitch, the Reds should have enough. Palace have taken three points against Chelsea and Arsenal in recent weeks, however, and would no doubt love to do so again to edge closer towards confirming their survival.