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Five players who have the most to prove in Liverpool vs Arsenal Carabao Cup tie

Liverpool and Arsenal will clash for the second the time in four days this evening when the defending Premier League champions welcome the north Londoners to Anfield for their Carabao Cup fourth-round tie.

The Merseysiders maintained their 100 per cent start to the new season on Monday night with a 3-1 victory over the Gunners.

Both Jurgen Klopp and Mikel Arteta are expected to ring in the changes for tonight’s cup clash, which is a repeat of the pair’s fourth-round tie last season.

And with just four days left before the transfer window closes, the players drafted in will want to make lasting impressions on their managers so they don’t find themselves at risk of being sold.

So which players will be hoping to make an impact in tonight’s cup tie? Starsport has selected five stars who will be eager to impress this evening, all of whom you can see below.

Liverpool and Arsenal will go toe-to-toe again tonight, clashing in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup

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Diogo Jota

Liverpool’s £41million summer signing from Wolves has yet to feature in the starting XI, although he did come off the bench to score in their victory over the Gunners on Monday.

The Portuguese faces an uphill task to become a permanent fixture in the starting XI due to the prolific nature of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.

A strong showing against the north Londoners could force Klopp to reconsider his first eleven or slightly tweak his system.

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