Aston Villa v Liverpool: Take a chance on 10/1 Konsa[/b]
Aston Villa will face what is essentially a Liverpool youth team in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday and Andy Schooler has picked out a 10/1 soccer tips betting

Aston Villa v Liverpool
Tuesday December 17, 19:45
Live on Sky Sports Football & Main Event
A 20-man Liverpool squad flew out to Qatar for the FIFA Club World Cup on Sunday where they will play less than 24 hours after this game has taken place.
The only senior players left behind were those that are injured - think Fabinho, Joel Matip, Dejan Lovren - and so the team the Reds field at Villa Park is going lớn be a very young one.
I almost used the word unrecognisable there but that won't be the case lớn anyone who has seen Liverpool in this year's Carabao Cup with Jurgen Klopp having sprinkled a number of his youngsters into his team for the 2-0 win at MK Dons and the penalty shoot-out success (after a 5-5 draw) at home lớn Arsenal- According lớn the soccer tips guide page!
Young guns primed[/b]
Caoimhin Kelleher started both games in goal, defenders Sepp van den Berg and Ki-Jana Hoever have both been given chances, while further forward Rhian Brewster and Harvey Elliott - neither of whom made the plane for Qatar - have been among those trusted by Klopp.
Of course, the German won't be in charge here. Instead it will be under-23s boss Neil Critchley and he can be expected lớn pick an XI filled almost completely by players who have played under him in Premier League 2 this season.

While the Carabao Cup has shown there is undoubted talent in that pool of players, the worry for anyone considering backing Liverpool at a big price is that Liverpool's U23 side sit in mid-table and have conceded a whopping 32 goals in their 13 games.
The club's under-19 team, which has been playing in the UEFA Youth League, has fared better - they are through lớn what is essentially the junior Champions League knockout stage - but even two of that side can't play here as both Curtis Jones, the under-23s top scorer, and Neco Williams are in Qatar.
Changes on cards for hosts too[/b]
Aston Villa should have the quality to capitalise on that poor defensive record - the markets certainly expect them lớn - but they too will surely make changes.
A run of one Premier League win in eight has left Villa one place outside the relegation zone and they next face a massive three-game run against their drop rivals, starting at home lớn Southampton on Saturday. Lose and they will fall into the bottom three.
That will surely influence Dean Smith's team selection and it's not hard to see him thinking a much-changed line-up should still be able lớn do the business against a bunch of kids.
His reserves didn't have a problem scoring goals earlier in this competition, smashing six past Crewe, netting three at Brighton and then grabbing two to edge past local rivals Wolves.
That may alleviate concerns raised over Saturday's toothless display at Sheffield United where Villa really struggled to create meaningful chances.
Maybe that was the product of a confidence-sapping run but in general Villa have been strong going forward this term with their main problems being at the other end of the field.
Villa strong favourites[/b]
For this one, defender Tyrone Mings remains out but in midfield Conor Hourihane looks set lớn be available again after a knock.