England-born Nigerian attacker Sheyi Ojo and several other Liverpool youngsters are set to start for the club when they face Exeter in the FA Cup later today.
The Reds travel to Exeter and will field a largely youthful side due the injury crisis at the club and Ojo, who was only recently recalled from a loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers is expected to be one of the youngsters to start.
Jurgen Klopp is without several first team regulars ahead of the FA Cup clash and his Liverpool side face Arsenal and Manchester United in the coming week in the Premier League.
“None of the players who played the last five or six games in a row will play at Exeter. It is not possible. We can try to make a team. It is not easy, but we will find one. I have to make the right decision for Liverpool and for my team. I have to make changes,” Klopp said.
Ojo, 18, joined Wolves last summer for a season long loan deal but had to be recalled due the number of injuries Liverpool have suffered in recent weeks, which has seen 12 first team players sidelined.
The attacker has represented England at youth levels but is still eligible to play for Nigeria.