Probable starting eleven: Stoke City: Butland; Cameron, Shawcross, Wilson, Pieters; N’Zonzi, Whelan; Walters, Adam, Pennant; Crouch Liverpool: Mignolet; Toure, Skrtel, Sakho, Cissokho; Henderson, Gerrard, Lucas, Moses; Coutinho, Luis Suarez I expect a draw at Britannia Stadium. Liverpool are better, no doubt about that, but Stoke have the home advantage and we should not underestimate that fact. So, the draw is most probable outcome here. I will start my preview with the team news. Stoke are very handicapped as the regular goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is injured. He has broken finger and will be out for some period. The important central defender Robert Huth is also injured. The absentees of Begovic and Huth is big handicap for Stoke’s defend. Andy Wilkinson and Oussama Assaidi are still unavailable for this match. Thomas Sorensen is doubtful because of an Achilles injury. The striker Daniel Sturridge will probably play as a substitute on this match after he returned on training from six weeks recovering. The defender Daniel Agger will be missing this match due to a calf strain. The manager Rodgers has a few available players for his position, so it will not be a problem for Liverpool. Glen Johnson, Joe Allen, Jose Enrique and Jon Flanagan are still on the injured list. Stoke have only one defeat at home in this season and five of their matches ended with draw. Liverpool have only three wins from ten matches as a guests so far. I believe that this match will finish without winner.