Probable starting eleven: Liverpool: Mignolet; Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Cissokho; Gerrard; Henderson, Coutinho; Suárez, Sturridge, Sterling Swansea: Vorm; Ramgel, Flores, Williams, Davies; Britton, Shelvey; Dyer, Hernández, Routledge; Bony I see a potential surprise here. Liverpool are big favorites, but it is dangerous Swansea to be underestimated. They are playing very good at the moment. I have doubts when the club officials decided to sack Michael Laudrup. The new manager Garry Monk was inexperienced. But Swansea started to play very good. They have one win and one draw in Premier League since then: 12.02.2014. Stoke City – Swansea 1:1 08.02.2014. Swansea – Cardiff 3:0 But something else was the key reason for my pick. I watches Swansea on Thursday, against napoli in UEFA Europe League. The match have finished with a goalless draw, but I was impresses by Swansea performance. Napoli are one of the strongest sides in Serie A, They played even in Champions League and were eliminated only due to goal difference. But Napoli were very inferior against Swansea. Liverpool, meanwhile, are playing a good season. Suarez and Sturridge are in excellent form. Luis Suarez has scored 23 goals in 21 match, while Daniel Sturridge has scored in his last seven successive Premier League matches. But Liverpool have some problems in the defense. Both full-backs were injured. Glen Johnson has recovered, most probably he will play here, but Luis Enrique is still sidelined. His rehabilitation is not going well and he will go to United States for some additional procedures. Daniel Agger was also out for a longer period. He has recovered, but he is not fully prepared yet. Finally, Mamadou Sakho (hamstring) and Lukas Leiva (knee) are also sidelined. At the end I will mention that Liverpool have only one win against Swansea on the last five matches. Just look the results; 16.09.2013. Swansea – Liverpool 2:2 17.02.2013. Liverpool – Swansea 5:0 25.11.2012. Swansea – Liverpool 0:0 31.10.2012. Liverpool – Swansea 1:3 – Capital One Cup 13.05.2012. Swansea – Liverpool 1:0 I expect Swansea to stay unbeaten at Anfield.