Striker Enoch Showunmi hopes to achieve a childhood dream of scoring at Anfield.
As a youngster, Showunmi was a big Liverpool supporter and he could make his first ever appearance at their home venue on Tuesday night.
The former Tranmere Rovers man has already faced the Reds twice during his career.
Showunmi first took on Liverpool in 2006, when he came off the bench for Luton Town in an thrilling 5-3 FA Cup loss.
In 2009, he then made a substitute showing for Leeds United in a 1-0 defeat at Elland Road.
Should he recover from the back injury that kept him out of the weekend's game against Stevenage, he hopes to play a part in an upset in the Capital One
He told Magpie Player: "It would be great to score against them, I've obviously played against them a couple of times in my career so far.
"I haven't managed to score yet but maybe it will be third time lucky.
"It's a great stadium, I've gone to Anfield to watch Liverpool a few times and their fans are unbelievable.
"Hopefully our fans can go there and make as much noise as them and push us on.
"I think it will be a great occasion for every player and as a team it's about working to your maximum.
"I think if we just perform like we did in some of the pre-season games against top teams then we'll able to hold our own.
"It should be a great occasion for Notts County and the fans, and hopefully we can go there, play well and show what we can do against a Premier League team."
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