When and where: The Barclays Premier League match kicks-off from Anfield at 3 p.m. ET. Coverage of the match will be provided by the Fox Soccer Channel. An online stream will be available in delayed form via FoxSoccer2Go.
Preview: Just three days after the FA Cup final at Wembley, Liverpool and Chelsea meet once again on Tuesday. While there may not be the enticement of a trophy presentation at the conclusion, Chelsea, at least, still has plenty to play for in the Premier League encounter.
Wins from their final two games of the season could still be enough for the Blues to qualify for the Champions League without having to depend on winning the final of this year's competition against Bayern Munich later in the month.
While all at Chelsea must already have half an eye on the final at the Allianz Arena, neither interim-coach Roberto Di Matteo nor the players can afford to take their eye off the ball against Liverpool.
Liverpool's objectives for the remainder of the season are far more abstract. Their Premier League campaign has been a big disappointment and all that remains now is to try and salvage some local pride by finishing above Merseyside rivals Everton in the table. The Reds, in ninth, currently sit four points back of seventh-placed Everton.
Team News: Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is likely to start with Andy Carroll up front on Tuesday. The striker made a hugely positive impact when he came on as a second-half substitute in the FA Cup final, scoring one and coming inches away from grabbing a late equalizer.
Mikel John Obi and Raul Meireles will both miss the trip to Anfield as they join David Luiz and Gary Cahill on the Chelsea sidelines. Di Matteo will be reluctant to make too many changes with Champions League qualification through the league still a possibility.
Liverpool (probable, 4-4-2): Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Enrique, Kuyt, Henderson, Gerrard, Downing, Suarez, Carroll.
Chelsea (probable, 4-2-3-1): Cech, Bosingwa, Ivanovic, Terry, Cole, Essien, Lampard, Ramires, Mata, Kalou, Torres.
Prediction: Andy Carroll troubled the Chelsea backline on Saturday and could well do the same if given an opportunity from the start at Anfield. But Chelsea has far more incentive going into the match and coupled with the psychological edge of their FA Cup triumph should do enough to get the three points.
Liverpool 0-1 Chelsea