Liverpool fans VOTE on preferred cup win this season — poll results

Liverpool are still in the hunt for four trophies this season and could be on course for an unprecedented season.

As it stands, the Reds are top of the Premier League table, in the fourth round of FA Cup, into the last 16 of the Europa League and in the semi finals of the Carabao Cup — with the second leg against Fulham taking place at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night.

Should Jurgen Klopp's side hold on to their advantage from the first leg, when Curtis Jones and Cody Gakpo scored second-half goals to complete a comeback and give Liverpool a 2-1 win, they will book a date at Wembley on 25 February against Chelsea.

That fixture would be a repeat of 2022's showpiece final, which the Reds won penalties, with Caoimhin Kelleher scoring the decisive spot kick.

While a do-over of that final would be welcomed by fans, the Carabao Cup is actually the cup competition supporters are least keen on this season.

While the Premier League is clearly the biggest honour for the Reds, Anfield Watch asked its followers which of the three cup competitions would mean the most to them this season in a poll on X.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, given Liverpool's connection to continental success, the Europa League took the win, with a 43.9% share of the nearly 8,000 votes cast.

The Europa League is also the only major trophy that the Reds have entered but not yet won under Klopp — suffering defeat in the final against Sevilla back in 2016.

BASEL, SWITZERLAND - Wednesday, May 18, 2016: The UEFA Cup trophy on display before the UEFA Europa League Final between Liverpool and Sevilla at St. Jakob-Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Second in the voting was the option 'all at the same level' with 34.4%, while the FA Cup (more surprisingly) only picked up 11.1%, narrowly beating the League Cup (10.5%).

The results perhaps show the diminished importance of England's domestic cups in recent years, when compared to continental and league glory.

Regardless, making Wembley for the Carabao Cup next month — marking a tournament-record 14th appearance in the final — would be a major achievement for Liverpool.

If the club can combine add a few new numbers to the famous Champions Wall at the end of the season, there will be few complaints.

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