The rivalry between Chelsea and Liverpool has produced some absolute crackers since the turn of the millennium and ahead of the showdown at Stamford Bridge on Friday, The Hard Tackle looks back at three of the greatest clashes between the two sides.
Liverpool kick-start their journey in the EFL Cup for the 2016-17 season with a visit to Championship side Burton Albion on Tuesday.
The League Cup comes to a head on Sunday as Liverpool take on Manchester City in the finals. The match will see the Ivorian brothers Kolo and Yaya Toure come face to face, and the former has said that he isn't going to hold back.
Manchester United have played 17 matches in the last twos months, and manager Louis van Gaal is expected to wring in the changes, as his side face a potentially dangerous Middlesborough FC side, at the Old Trafford, on Wednesday night.
As Manchester City welcome Crystal Palace to the Etihad Stadium, the Blues would be aware of the giant-killing that took place on Tuesday night.
Manchster United completed a drab goalless draw in their home match against Manchester City, this weekend, but they would certainly be looking to get a victory over a high flying Middlesborough FC.
Eden Hazard squandered the decisive penalty as Stoke City FC exacerbated Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho's misery with victory in the League Cup on Tuesday, while second-tier Sheffield Wednesday FC stunned Arsenal FC 3-0.
While Sheffield Wednesday FC wait to host Arsenal FC at Hillsborough, on Tuesday, both the Championship side and the Premier League club would know that they are going into this match on the back of a good run of form.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has urged the fans to maintain their faith after they suffered a humiliating defeat against MK Dons in the League Cup.