Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge
The duo of Gerrard and Sturridge will be crucial for Liverpool to help them progress further in the competitionReuters

After Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by Bolton Wanderers at Anfield, the Reds will be travelling to Marcon Stadium for a FA Cup fourth round replay later tonight.

Crystal Palace awaits the winner of the clash between the two sides for a fifth round tie.

When these two teams met last week at Anfield, both got their share of chances to win the game, but failed to find the back of the net.

Liverpool, who dominated the game primarily, were unlucky not to see through the game at their home turf considering their chances in front of goal.

It has been Liverpool's story this season, where goals have been hard to come by.

But, the Reds have received a huge boost with the return of Daniel Sturridge, who just took 12 minutes against Aston Villa after coming on as a second half substitute to score his first goal since his injury.

Brendan Rodgers will be expecting his team to fire on all cylinders, as the FA Cup could prove their biggest chance of winning any silverware during the season.

Rodgers has a tough choice to make as he needs to pick a strong side, which can defeat Bolton and also keep in mind the tough fixture list during February.

Liverpool play Everton, Tottenham and Southampton in the English Premier League, while they also face Besiktas in the Europa League. In addition, if they win tonight, the fixture list will be even more cramped with FA Cup fifth round tie.

"When you have so many games you have to plan forward and look at that but I always believe the next game is very important and I will always pick a team I think can win the game," Rodgers said.

"It will be a tough game for us. We have a big month coming up and we want to continue in the cup competitions as well as keeping the momentum going in the league.''

Steven Gerrard is also set to feature in his 700th game for the club after recovering from a tight hamstring, which saw him miss the win over West Ham at the weekend.

Bolton have a problem of their own with seven of their players brought in not allowed to feature in the tie as they were not registered for the first tie at Anfield.

Bolton will not be at full strength as Darren Pratley and goalkeeper Adam Bogdan have been ruled out od the game and to make things even worse for the crucial tie, strikers Craig Davies and Emile Heskey have hamstring problems.

Where to Watch Live

The FA Cup fourth round replay is scheduled for a 7.45 pm GMT (1.15 am IST, 2.45 pm ET) start with live coverage in India on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports HD2.

The match can also be watched via live streaming online on

BBC One and BBC One HD will show the FA Cup fourth round replay live in the UK with the option to live stream on BBC IPlayer. Audience in the UK can also listen to the game live on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC local radio.

Catch all the FA Cup action in the US live on Fox Sports 1 or via a live stream on FoxSoccer2Go.

Australia viewers can watch the match live on ESPN or Watch ESPN.