Is Liverpool vs Shrewsbury on TV? Channel, live stream, kick off time, and team news for FA Cup fourth round replay – The Sun

LIVERPOOL welcome Shrewsbury to Anfield for an FA Cup fourth round replay.

Jurgen Klopp and his senior squad are stepping aside for this one after the German raged at the FA for scheduling fixtures in the new winter break.

  • Kick off at 7.45pm from Anfield
  • Unfortunately, this match is not on TV

    As expected, it is a completely different XI to the side that beat West Ham at the weekend.

    Harvey Elliott starts, while Curtis Jones – who scored a belter against Everton in the last round – is captain.

    No regular first-teamers in the squad.

  • LIVERPOOL will have a new man on the touchline making his Anfield debut for their FA Cup fourth-round replay with Shrewsbury tonight. 

    With Jurgen Klopp and his first-team stars lapping up the sunshine on their winter break, he's passed the task to Under-23 coach Neil Critchley. 

    It is actually the second time Critchley has been in charge after their 5-0 Carabao Cup defeat against Aston Villa while the rest of the squad were at the Club World Cup. 

    The Reds will play an extremely young and inexperienced side for the visit of the League One team following their 2-2 draw in the first-leg. 

    In their clash against Villa, the average age of the squad was just 19 years and 182 days. 

    Shrewsbury will head to Anfield fancying their chances of causing an upset after their stunning comeback in the first-leg. 

    With the backing of 5000 fans travelling to Merseyside, it is the first ever time the club have played the Reds away from home. 

    Jason Cummings was the hero of the first-leg having scored with both of his shots on target when the game appeared dead and buried. 

    They'll need more of that spirit tonight knowing a potential trip to fellow Premier League giants Chelsea await the winner. 

    Shrewsbury will need to prevent teen sensation Curtis Jones from having any sort of impact on the game if they are to achieve success. 

    The 19-year-old scored a stunning winner against Everton in the third round and is likely to captain the team tonight. 

    Another player, Harvey Elliot, is also one to keep an eye on.

    The 16-year-old showed his potential scored a remarkable overhead kick in a youth game against Wolves at the weekend. 

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