Liverpool are looking to seal a top-two finish in their Europa League group as they face LASK on Thursday night.
Liverpool currently sit top of the Europa League's Group E with three wins and one loss from four games.
The Premier League side have mostly eased through this group, despite one blemish on their record, as they look well on course to reach the knockout rounds.
Their last game in this competition saw them fall to a shock 3-2 defeat against a Toulouse side they beat 5-1 at Anfield so they'll be looking to make amends for that loss here and deliver an impressive performance.
They're entering this game in pretty mixed form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five games in all competitions.
Their most recent game saw them claim a good point in a 1-1 draw away at Manchester City so regardless of their rocky form they'll feel in good shape coming into this one despite that game not ending in a win.
Despite their up-and-down record on the whole their form at home has been impervious as they enter this encounter having won every game they've played at Anfield this season in all competitions.
Liverpool are highly likely to finish in the Champions League places this season but they, and particularly manager Jürgen Klopp, will want to win this trophy considering it's one that has eluded them after they were beaten 3-1 by Sevilla in the final back in 2016.
Providing they win their final two games they'll finish top of the group and it's unlikely they'll fail to take three points from this one.
LASK currently sit 4th in Group E with one win and three losses from four games.
It's been a difficult Europa League campaign for the Austrian side who find themselves bottom of the standings.
All possibilities are still at play for them, however, as they come into this game still with a mathematical chance of making the top two.
That particular event is highly unlikely, but given they're just one point behind Union Saint-Gilloise they can still secure a play-off for the Europa Conference League knockout rounds if they can secure a 3rd place finish.
They're coming into this game in good form overall having won four of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 1-0 win over WSG Tirol at the weekend.
Away from form their form has been much more mixed, however, with LASK having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games on the road.
The Austrian outfit are likely going to have to hope that Toulouse do them a favour on Thursday night and beat USG because the chances of LASK getting anything here are very slim. If Toulouse get the job done in France then LASK can seal 3rd place with a point at home to Toulouse on the final game week - proving Liverpool also beat USG.
For our Liverpool vs. LASK prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.