Liverpool have made the trip to Portugal today to face SC Braga in the last-16 round of the Europa League.
The team travelled with Andy Carroll, who is expected to make a full debut at Braga’s ‘Quarry’ stadium tomorrow night.
"It's been a long process rehabilitating him - about eight or nine weeks - but we are happy with the result," said Dr Peter Brukner, the head of sports medicine and science for the club.
"He'll play some more minutes against Braga and hopefully he'll be involved more and more with each game
However, the Reds will be without the likes of Steven Gerrard. The skipper did not travel to Portugal with the team for undisclosed reasons. Gerrard has been dealing with a groin issue but still managed the full 90 minutes against Manchester United last Sunday.
Fabio Aurelio and Daniel Agger are also out with injury.
Meanwhile, Braga may seem to struggle against the Reds. The Portuguese side has lost seven out of 10 times against English teams. They are currently sixth in the Portuguese Liga.
This will be the first time Liverpool and SC Braga meet in a UEFA competition.
Kick-off is at 6pm and will be shown live on Channel 5 in the UK.