Reds fan Mahirul thinks Liverpool will make amends for their „pathetic” showing in the first leg but thumping the Romanians 5-1 tonight.

Mick McLaughlin is backing the Reds to go through on away goals tonight with a 3-2 defeat in Romania.

Skysports.com’s very own Elliot Ball has been in touch with his view, and he welcomes the decision to hand a rare start to explosive striker Ryan Babel.

Andrew Bonnett in Scunthorpe reckons Torres will come off the bench to make the difference in a tight affair with both sides fielding strong teams.

Reds fan Keith Hitchcock is growing tried of Benitez’s team selection and is unhappy to see Torres, Kuyt and Aquilani warm the bench tonight. He’s calling for the Spaniard’s head.

Got any thoughts on how the teams will get on here tonight at the at the Steaua Stadium? Let me know your predictions for the game by e-mailing jamie.casey@bskyb.com.

Unirea, meanwhile, make one change from the Anfield tie which saw David Ngog separate the sides with the only goal of the game, as Valeriu Bordeanu replaces the suspended Pablo Brandan.

So, Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun and striker David Ngog return to the starting line-up for the second leg of their Europa League last-32 clash against Unirea Urziceni in Bucharest.

Dirk Kuyt takes a rest on the bench alongside the returning Fernando Torres, who can expect to feature at some point in a bid to up his fitness regime.

Unirea Urziceni: Arlauskis, Maftei, Galamaz, Bruno Fernandes, Bordeanu, Paduretu, Paraschiv, Apostol, Onofras, Bilasco, Frunza. Subs: Tudor, Mehmedovic, Rusescu, Nicu, Semedo, Vilana, Marinescu.

Liverpool: Reina, Carragher, Agger, Skrtel, Insua, Babel, Gerrard, Lucas, Mascherano, Benayoun, Ngog. Subs: Cavalieri, Aquilani, Torres, Aurelio, Kyrgiakos, Kuyt, Kelly.

Team news is in and will be with you in a moment.

Live updates will appear here from 1800 GMT…

From surging Spireites to the latest Notts County twist… Peter Beagrie talks Football League.

Guillem Balague assesses the futures of Manuel Pellegrini, Manolo Jimenez and Thierry Henry.

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Unirea Urziceni

Reds fan Mahirul thinks Liverpool will make amends for their „pathetic” showing in the first leg but thumping the Romanians 5-1 tonight.

Mick McLaughlin is backing the Reds to go through on away goals tonight with a 3-2 defeat in Romania.

Skysports.com’s very own Elliot Ball has been in touch with his view, and he welcomes the decision to hand a rare start to explosive striker Ryan Babel.

Andrew Bonnett in Scunthorpe reckons Torres will come off the bench to make the difference in a tight affair with both sides fielding strong teams.

Reds fan Keith Hitchcock is growing tried of Benitez’s team selection and is unhappy to see Torres, Kuyt and Aquilani warm the bench tonight. He’s calling for the Spaniard’s head.

Got any thoughts on how the teams will get on here tonight at the at the Steaua Stadium? Let me know your predictions for the game by e-mailing jamie.casey@bskyb.com.

Unirea, meanwhile, make one change from the Anfield tie which saw David Ngog separate the sides with the only goal of the game, as Valeriu Bordeanu replaces the suspended Pablo Brandan.

So, Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun and striker David Ngog return to the starting line-up for the second leg of their Europa League last-32 clash against Unirea Urziceni in Bucharest.

Dirk Kuyt takes a rest on the bench alongside the returning Fernando Torres, who can expect to feature at some point in a bid to up his fitness regime.

Unirea Urziceni: Arlauskis, Maftei, Galamaz, Bruno Fernandes, Bordeanu, Paduretu, Paraschiv, Apostol, Onofras, Bilasco, Frunza. Subs: Tudor, Mehmedovic, Rusescu, Nicu, Semedo, Vilana, Marinescu.

Liverpool: Reina, Carragher, Agger, Skrtel, Insua, Babel, Gerrard, Lucas, Mascherano, Benayoun, Ngog. Subs: Cavalieri, Aquilani, Torres, Aurelio, Kyrgiakos, Kuyt, Kelly.

Team news is in and will be with you in a moment.

Live updates will appear here from 1800 GMT…

From surging Spireites to the latest Notts County twist… Peter Beagrie talks Football League.

Guillem Balague assesses the futures of Manuel Pellegrini, Manolo Jimenez and Thierry Henry.

Read the article on Sky Sports

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