Liverpool will look to close the gap between them and Manchester City to just three points when they face Leeds in this rescheduled game.
The Reds were at one stage 12 points behind City, but they have now closed the gap on the defending champions.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have been brought back into the title race after Tottenham thrashed City 2-3 at the weekend to blow the race open.
Liverpool added Luis Diaz to their attack in the January transfer window and they now have one of the strongest squads in England.
The Colombian has not needed time to get used to playing for them and he would be keen to ensure keeps doing well when selected.
Leeds are struggling in this campaign and would still spend most of it battling to remain in the Premier League.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side heads into this game with no win from their last four games and three of them have been losses.
They also have a poor record against Liverpool with no wins from their last five head to heads. The Whites have also lost four of those fixtures.