Liverpool vs Cardiff City Live Football Score 06-02-2022

Liverpool is going head to head with Cardiff City starting on 6 Feb 2022 at 12:00 UTC at Anfield stadium, Liverpool city, England. The match is a part of the FA Cup.
Cardiff City head to Anfield in a bid to secure what would surely be one of the greatest upsets in the history of the FA Cup.
Here’s everything you need to know about the clash on Merseyside on Sunday

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Liverpool are facing an anxious wait on the fitness Thiago Alacantara, whose return from a hip injury has been further hampered by a chest infection.
Divok Origi is back in full training, but Sunday may yet come too soon, while Naby Keita has returned following his exploits at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Mo Salah and Sadio Mane are both unavailable given they are preparing to face off in the final in Cameroon, while it remains to be seen if Luis Diaz will play any part following his move from Porto.
One man who will definitely be involved is Harvey Elliott, who is due to be included in the squad after a five-month spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury.
As for the visitors, Cardiff boss Steve Morison will be without Sean Morrison, who has been ruled out for the season, and Alfie Doughty, who is out for up to six weeks, after they were both forced off with injuries during the win over Barnsley in midweek.
Doughty would have been unable to play regardless, given he is already Cup-tied for this fixture, as too are fellow January arrivals Cody Drameh, Uche Ikpeazu and Max Watters.
Joe Ralls and Curtis Nelson are also struggling with knocks and face late fitness tests.

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Cardiff travel to Liverpool for an early kick-off in the FA Cup fourth-round today.
Jurgen Klopp, who does appear to be putting more emphasis on domestic cup competitions this season, welcomes the Championship side to Anfield for what looks like a fairly straightforward game on paper.

Clearly, things very rarely work out that easily but few would doubt Liverpool’s strength in front of their own fans and perhaps they could follow up their reaching of the Carabao Cup final with a reasonably rare run deep in the FA Cup.
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Event details:
NAME: Liverpool – Cardiff City
DATE: 6 Feb 2022
TIME: 12:00 UTC
VENUE: Anfield, Liverpool, England

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: “It’s massive. We are not the most successful FA Cup team since I have been here! We are ambitious.
“Thiago trained with us, unfortunately he has a little chest infection so had to step aside again. We will see how he can use him for Sunday. Naby is fine.”
Cardiff City manager Steve Morison: “We need to go there and enjoy it. You don’t want to leave there with regrets. You don’t want to be thinking ‘I wished I’d tried this or I was too scared to do that’. You’ve got to go there and thoroughly enjoy it.
“You’re standing there in the tunnel and start walking then all of a sudden You’ll Never Walk Alone starts going and it doesn’t matter who you are, the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. It’s an unreal feeling and I’m looking forward to being part of that again.”
Harvey Elliott is expected to make his return in some capacity after he recovered from the nasty fractured ankle he suffered way back in September.
New signing Luis Diaz, meanwhile, only recently linked up with the squad following his exploits on international duty with Colombia, so seems unlikely to make his debut so soon.

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