By Harvey Byrne
Leeds have been handed a draw at Anfield with Liverpool at the quarter-final stages of the EFL Cup – and supporters were delighted with the draw on Twitter.
The fixture will see Garry Monk’s team travel to Merseyside on the week commencing November 28.
Leeds fans will be eagerly anticipating the tie against a big Premier League side away, as the famous club have been out of England’s top flight since 2004.
Fans on social media were happy with the exciting draw, with many seeing it as two of England’s famous clubs squaring up.
Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:
The two clubs last met at Elland Road in 2009, which saw David N’Gog score in a 1-0 victory in the League Cup.
Leeds haven’t travelled to Anfield since 2003 and the last time the two side’s met, Liverpool ran out comfortable winners.
Goals from Michael Owen, Danny Murphy and Florent Sinama-Pongolle ensured the Reds victory, with Alan Smith scoring for Leeds in a 3-1 loss.
Monk’s team will have won eye on their league campaign, but with a clash at Anfield set to be play, his players will be motivated to feature in the famous ground.
The former Swansea boss has made a lot of changes to his line-ups in previous rounds, but his star players are likely to be unhappy if they are left out against Liverpool.
In other Leeds news,their midfielder has revealed that he held talks with Monk.