Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool visit Russian Premier League champions Spartak Moscow on Tuesday night in their first Champions League away game of the 2017/18 campaign.
The Reds were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Sevilla in the opening game whilst Spartak drew 1-1 away at Maribor.
Not including qualifiers, Liverpool have failed to win a Champions League away game since November 2009.
Rafael Benitez's side beat Hungarian outfit Debrecen 1-0 in the final group game but it wasn't enough to progress to the last 16.
We've taken a look at the eleven who started the last time Liverpool secured an away win in the Champions League.
Not a single player of the 18 can be found at Liverpool FC today.
Pepe Reina -
The Spanish goalkeeper spent nine years at Anfield and, at 35, is still the number one for Serie A giants Napoli.
Glen Johnson -
He left Liverpool for Stoke in 2015 and is still a regular in the Premier League at the age of 33.
Daniel Agger -
The Liverpool fan favourite retired at the age of 31 after returning to Denmark in 2014.
Emiliano Insua -
Insua, 28, failed to make the grade on Merseyside and has been plying his trade with German club Stuttgart since 2015.
Jamie Carragher -
The one-club man, who won the Champions League with Liverpool in 2005, retired in 2013 and is now a respected pundit on BT Sport.
Lucas Leiva -
The Brazilian midfielder left the club for Lazio over the summer after an 10-year stay in Liverpool.
Javier Mascherano -
The Argentine defensive midfielder was signed by Barcelona in 2010 and has since won four La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues.
Steven Gerrard -
Returned to the club as a youth coach after retiring from professional football in 2016. Arguably the club's greatest ever player, Gerrard also now works as a pundit on BT.
Fabio Aurelio -
The left-footed Brazilian left Liverpool for Gremio in 2012 but retired in 2014 after being plagued by injuries.
Dirk Kuyt -
He left Liverpool in 2012 and enjoyed very successful spells at Fenerbahce and Feyenoord before retiring in the summer of 2017.
David N'Gog -
The 28-year-old Frenchman is currently a free agent following unsuccessful spells at Swansea City, Rennes and Greek club Panionios.
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