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QUIZ: Chelsea and Liverpool's Last League Cup Winning Teams

Can you name the Liverpool and Chelsea players who last won the League Cup?

In the previous 179 encounters between the two sides, Liverpool have won seventy-seven, Chelsea have won sixty-two and the remaining forty fixtures have resulted as a draw. These fierce Premier League opponents lock horns once again on Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup, making for an unpredictable battle as they hold thirteen League Cup wins between them.

As any cup competition is likely to fuel excitement among football fans, we've created a quiz where you need to identify the players who featured in League Cup wins for each side the last time they won it. For Liverpool, they haven't won it since back in 2012, where returning boss and club legend Kenny Dalglish made up for a dull eighth place finish with the club's first piece of silverware since 2006.

Meanwhile, Chelsea last clinched the League Cup back in 2015, where Jose Mourinho came to the club for his second stint as manager, seeing out their fifth win in the competition and completing a season which also had them winning the title.

Our quiz is made up of a total of thirty-six players to correctly identify including all named substitutes. You have ten minutes to complete the quiz so have a go, send it to your mates, and tweet us your best attempts at @FootyAccums!

Liverpool play Chelsea twice in four days

Both teams are yet to lose in competitive meetings this season, with Liverpool winning all seven of their games and Chelsea winning six and drawing one in their last Premier League game away to West Ham United. Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool were always expected to look capable of challenging for the league after spending so heavily in the summer, but what was expected to be a teething period for Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge has started in far more forceful style, making them a force to be reckoned with over the next seven months.

They will meet again on Saturday in the league, playing at Stamford Bridge rather than Anfield, where it could be even more crucial that either team wins, as it indicates their league fortunes over the coming weeks.