The Reds head into the fixture after failing to beat Manchester United at the weekend, but it could prove to be a crucial point if they can follow it up with three on Wednesday evening.
A Gerard Deulofeu hat-trick and a Troy Deeney double showcased the free-flowing football manager Javi Garcia has them playing. The Hornets currently sit seventh in the league and will certainly be one of Liverpool’s toughest tests in their last 10 games of this season.
Here is all you need to know ahead of the game…
When is the game?
Liverpool and Watford face of on Wednesday February 27.
Where is the game being played?
Liverpool will be the home side as the game will be played at Anfield.
Is the game on TV?
This game is unfortunately not being televised for viewers in the UK.
Can you live stream the game?
Due to the game not being televised, live streams for this game will not be available.
However, you can follow all the latest as it happens on the Mirror Football live blog.
Liverpool team news
Roberto Firmino was subbed of injured in the first half of the game against Manchester United. The forward incurred an ankle injury in odd circumstances as he made a forward pass.
Manager Jurgen Klopp spoke after the game and signalled Firmino could miss the Watford clash: “It was something with his ankle, that’s for sure. It is Bobby, so it will be quicker than with all the others but first we have to know what it is exactly.”
Watford team news
With no fresh injury concerns, Javi Gracia will be highly tempted to start the same team that thumped Cardiff.
He spoke of his delight after their win in the Welsh capital: “Playing away we are getting good results. It was a very good performance. I am very proud of my players.”
Odds supplied by Paddy Power.