Sinclair to be youngest ever Red
Liverpool teenager Jerome Sinclair is set to become the club's youngest ever player aged 16 years and six days.
The England Under-17 striker will travel with the senior squad to the Hawthorns for Wednesday's Capital One Cup clash with West Brom.
He has been drafted into the squad along with 19-year-old German defender Stephen Sama after he impressed for the Liverpool U-18 side in a NextGen series match with Inter Milan last week.
Sinclair only turned 16 last week so - if he makes it off the bench - he will beat the club record of 16 years and 250 days set by Jack Robinson when he made his debut against Hull City in May 2010.
Liverpool are expected to field a side featuring 11 changes from Sunday's clash with Manchester United, with Brad Jones, Andre Wisdom, Jamie Carragher, Suso, Samed Yesil and Dani Pacheco all likely to feature.
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