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What channel is Liverpool vs Leicester City? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is looking to win the League Cup for the first time in his career but his team must overcome Leicester on Wednesday evening first Liverpool are hoping to forget about their Premier League woes when they host Leicester in the League Cup on Wednesday evening. Jurgen Klopp 's side failed to win at Tottenham on Sunday afternoon to slip three points behind champions Manchester City in the title race. The German coach has never won the League Cup before, losing the 2016 final to City on penalties, but his Liverpool team have enjoyed convincing wins against Norwich and Preston in this season's tournament. Leicester, meanwhile, are perhaps lucky to be participating in the quarter-finals - needing a shootout to overcome Premier League rivals Brighton in the previous round. Brendan Rodgers' Foxes are a bit of a cup team, winning the FA Cup last term. They also have a great record in this competition, lifting the trophy in 1964, 1997 and 2000. Prediction! Which team will reach the League Cup semi-finals? Tell us in the comments here. Caoimhin Kelleher is confident Liverpool can win the League Cup this season ( Image: Action Images via Reuters) Caoimhin Kelleher is expected to be in goal for Liverpool after keeping clean sheets against Norwich and Preston. "I think it has been a while now since [my] last game, so just looking forward to getting back out there – especially now a home game in front of the Liverpool fans," Kelleher told the club's website. "It will be a special night for all of us. Obviously every competition we enter or we’re in, we’re in it to win it. We’re taking it very seriously. "It’s a competition as well where, as you’ve seen over the years, youngsters get a chance and an opportunity to play. "When they’re in and especially when I’m in, we take it as seriously as we can. We want to go all the way and try to win it. We’ve not won it for a few years so it would be nice to try to win it this year." Leicester, meanwhile, are struggling with their own Covid crisis, as Jannik Vestergaard, Ayoze Perez, Kelechi Iheanacho, Ademola Lookman, Vontae Daley-Campbell and Filip Benkovic all returned positive tests last week. Liverpool vs Leicester: live stream and TV details, team news and predicted XIs ahead ahead of Carabao Cup tie Liverpool can move within one victory from Wembley when they host Leicester City in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday night (19.45). The Reds haven't made it to the national stadium since being beaten in the final of this competition by Manchester City in 2016. But with potential silverware on the horizon, Jurgen Klopp could be eyeing a crack at the competition. Liverpool head into the game on the back of a 2-2 draw with Tottenham last Sunday, which ended their eight-match winning streak. Leicester's previous two matches - against Spurs and Everton - have both been postponed because of Covid-related reasons. In their last outing, they thrashed Newcastle 4-0. Thiago Alcantara missed the Tottenham clash and he's now self-isolating along with Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho and Curtis Jones. Jordan Henderson was ill for the Spurs game - although not with Covid - and could again be absent. Klopp will be hoping that Divock Origi returns from his setback so the likes of Mo Salah or Diogo Jota could be rested. Harvey Elliott (ankle), Nat Phillips (cheekbone) and Adrian (calf) are unavailable. Klopp's likely to shuffle his pack and hand minutes to fringe men such as Neco Williams and Takumi Minamino. Roberto Firmino could also make his first start after returning from a hamstring injury. Johnny Evans could return to action at Anfield having pulled up early in the win over Newcastle. Fellow centre-back Caglar Soyuncu is sidelined with a similar problem but this game could come too soon for him. Ricardo Pereira (hamstring) could return in some capacity and Brendan Rodgers may include James Justin in his squad if fit enough. Liverpool vs Leicester City latest news as players out of isolation The Carabao Cup quarter-final at Anfield is scheduled to go ahead as things stand, with first-team operations resuming at Seagrave after a 48-hour Covid circuit breaker Hopes of Leicester City fulfilling their Carabao Cup quarter-final trip to Liverpool have been boosted after players returned to training this weekend. City closed down first-team operations at their Seagrave base last Thursday as a circuit breaker, with Covid spreading through the squad. Cases first emerged in the build-up to City’s trip to Napoli a fortnight ago, and further positives on Thursday morning prompted the Premier League matches against Tottenham and Everton to be called off, with the club taking drastic action to try to stem the virus. After 48 hours of closure, City’s Seagrave base opened up again on Saturday, with the players who are not currently isolating getting back into action. City had seven players absent for the Europa League game in Italy because of illness or Covid. Daniel Amartey was the first of those players to return, making his comeback to training on Wednesday before the shutdown, while the others, if well, will also be able to train again after completing their isolation periods. Among the group that missed the match in Naples were Kelechi Iheanacho, Ademola Lookman, Ayoze Perez, and Jannik Vestergaard. With players returning to the squad, hopes of City being able to take on Liverpool in the last eight of the League Cup are growing, and the game is scheduled to go ahead as things stand.