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Liverpool to use 2 squads for League Cup, Club World Cup

Seattle Times Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Liverpool will use two different teams in the Club World Cup and League Cup quarterfinals in order to play the games on consecutive days and avoid a scheduling pile-up. Liverpool announced Tuesday that its League Cup quarterfinal against Aston Villa will go ahead on its original date of Dec. 17 — […]
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Liverpool will use different squads in the Club World Cup and their Carabao Cup quarter-final after it was confirmed they will play two fixtures on consecutive days. After lengthy discussions regarding how to schedule the Reds' last-eight clash against Aston Villa, the EFL has agreed to keep the...

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