Liverpool have confirmed they have moved their pre-season friendly with Tranmere.
Jurgen Klopp’s men were scheduled to take on the recently-promoted side at Prenton Park on Wednesday July 11.
But the fixture has been brought forward 24 hours and will now kick off at 7:30pm on Tuesday July 10.
The encounter has been moved to avoid a clash with England’s potential World Cup semi-final.
It comes after the Reds confirmed they would not be changing the time of their first pre-season encounter with Chester this Saturday.
Naby Keita and Fabinho could both make their debuts in the fixture this weekend.
But the 3pm kick-off clashes with England’s quarter-final with Sweden.
There had been calls for it to be moved but Chester stated they were unable to change at such a short notice.
A statement read: "Following England’s victory in the World Cup last night, we made every attempt to move the game, but logistically this proved a major challenge given all match tickets had been sold, and other aspects relating to matchday arrangements were unable to rearrange at short notice."
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