The final squads for Sunday's All-Star charity match at Anfield have now been confirmed after 10 Liverpool players joined the teams captained by Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher.
Organised by the Liverpool FC Foundation, the encounter has been arranged to raise crucial funds for the Reds' official charity and various others providing pivotal help in the community.
It's also a rare opportunity for a stellar cast of elite names from across European football to exhibit their skills at a ground that every professional thrives on experiencing.
Xabi Alonso, Didier Drogba, Thierry Henry, Pepe Reina, Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres are just some of the stars set to participate in a match that will be broadcast on LFCTV HD and LFCTV GO.
Gerrard and Carragher began the process of selecting their squads earlier in the month and the groups are now finalised - with Liverpool players not on international duty and Academy talents complementing the options.
Glen Johnson and Rickie Lambert have joined Gerrard's line-up, while young midfielder Joao Carlos Teixeira returns from his loan spell with Brighton & Hove Albion to feature.
Seven new faces have been added to Carragher's side, managed by Roy Evans - namely Jose Enrique, Alberto Moreno, Lucas Leiva, Fabio Borini, Jon Flanagan, Mario Balotelli and Jerome Sinclair.
A trio of youngsters from the Liverpool Academy - Cameron Brannagan, Joe Maguire and Lawrence Vigouroux - have also been included as additional substitutes.
Brad Jones, Glen Johnson, Kevin Nolan, Scott Dann, Ashley Williams, John Arne Riise, Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Rickie Lambert, Xabi Alonso, Thierry Henry, Charlie Adam, Ryan Babel, Jay Spearing, John Terry, Stephen Warnock, Anthony Gerrard, Joao Carlos Teixeira.
Jose Enrique, Luis Garcia, Didier Drogba, Craig Noone, Harry Kewell, Alvaro Arbeloa, Alberto Moreno, Stewart Downing, Lucas Leiva, Gael Clichy, Jamie Carragher, Pepe Reina, Fabio Borini, Peter Gulacsi, Jonjo Shelvey, Martin Kelly, Jon Flanagan, Craig Bellamy, Mario Balotelli, Jerome Sinclair.
Cameron Brannagan, Joe Maguire, Lawrence Vigouroux.
LFCTV HD will broadcast the match live and exclusively in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, and the game will be available for fans around the world to watch on LFCTV GO.
For a comprehensive guide on how to tune in to live coverage of the game, click here.
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