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Venue Anfield KO 16.00BST/17.00CET:
Stream links http://www.wiziwig.tv/broadcast.php?...15&part=sports
possible Liverpool lineup:
Reina,Johnson, Carragher (captain), Coates, Enrique,Henderson, Lucas, Shelvey, Borini, Sturridge, Coutinho
QPR possible lineup:
Green, Fabio, Samba, Hill, Traore,Townsend, Jenas, Mbia, Hoilett,Zamora, Mackie
Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher will captain the side against QPR at Anfield on his 737th and final appearance before retirement in the absence of Steven Gerrard. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers could make a couple of changes from the side that beat Fulham 3-1 at Craven Cottage on Sunday, with Jose Enrique replacing Andre Wisdom and Fabio Borini could be handed a start after impressing with two substitute appearances lately. Carragher is expected to be partnered by Sebastian Coates at the heart of the Liverpool defence with Martin Skrtel (illness) unlikely to feature.
As for Harry Redknapp's QPR side, Jose Boswinga could have played his last game for the club after being hauled off at half-time of their 2-1 defeat at home to Newcastle last time out, Fabio is expected to replace the Portuguese right-back.
Star striker Loic Remy returned to training on Friday following allegations of rape, and is available for selection, while Christopher Samba could return from a knee injury that has forced him to the Rs last three games as Julio Cesar (back) is expected to remain out.
Jamie Carragher ends his Liverpool career having played, to date, 737 games for the club, scoring five goals. He is 5/1 to score at any time on Sunday.
The Reds legend has the unfortunate record of scoring more own goals than goals however, having sent eight in his own net.
Brendan Rodgers' side have won more top-flight games without Luis Suarez (58%) than with him (39%).
The Rs last won at Anfield back in March 1991 when a Les Ferdinand goal helped them to a 3-1 win.