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9th Jan, 2017 | 6:31pm

Warnock shares who he wants Liverpool to draw in the FA Cup fourth round

By Harvey Byrne

Current Wigan defender Stephen Warnock has shared that he’d “love one final visit to Anfield” in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The 35-year-old broke through the Liverpool youth ranks, marking his debut in 2004 against Austrian side Grazer AK.

He went on to feature in 63 matches for the Reds’ senior team before completing a £1.5million deal to Blackburn in 2007.

He has since played for a number of other clubs including Leeds and Aston Villa before current side Wigan, who enter the fourth round draw on Monday evening after a 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest.

This has led to the now experienced Warnock sharing on his personal Twitter account on Monday that he is hoping Liverpool draw Wigan in the fourth round.

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Of course, Jurgen Klopp’s side are not yet in the FA Cup fourth round fully after being held to a 0-0 draw against League Two side Plymouth at Anfield on Sunday.

However, they are strongly expected to win the replay at Home Park with the two sides set to meet again on 18 January.

The draw will be conducted on BBC One at 7.10pm with Liverpool given the number 17 ball and Wigan number 11.

In other Liverpool news, this referee has been selected for the Reds’ clash against Manchester United.