Meanwhile, Frank Lampard believes the Premier League are setting a unsafe precedent with the use of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) after technology intervened to give Watford a late penalty in Chelsea's 2-1 win at Vicarage Road.
"I never thought for a second about the Man City game and the Aston Villa game together", he said. "We made 11 changes but as a squad you still gain momentum just from being there, even the lads who didn't play", he said.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports will also be televising Liverpool's last-eight tie with Aston Villa at Villa Park, although the date of that fixture is still to be decided.
"We worked yesterday on that and then if you can use it in a very decisive moment then it's really good. Now we have to collect the bones and prepare for the next challenge against Genk".
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Trezeguet had opened the scoring for Villa but Liverpool maintained their six-point lead at the top of the Premier League ahead of Sunday's visit of second-placed Manchester City.
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However, Andy Robertson nodded Liverpool level with just three minutes to go and Sadio Mane's flick following a corner in the fourth minute of injury time completed a turnout what was partly the fruit of Liverpool's faith and ambition.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says Liverpool players will dive to win games - just days before the two teams meet at Anfield. "When teams start arguing with each other you normally know you've got them".
"We play Genk (in the Champions League) and then we play Man City". Everybody can be compact and they are allowed to be really deep, that makes it really hard and you want to come in behind their last line. "Maybe there will be a crossing championship next week, we will see!"