The Reds have beaten each of LASK, Union St. Gilloise and Toulouse and now play the return fixture against the latter, with the French club second in the group on four points and stuttering domestically, sat 14th in Ligue 1 after just two wins in 11 this term.
Last time out in Europe, a 5-1 thumping at Anfield saw Darwin Nunez star and Mohamed Salah score off the bench against Toulouse, while Wataru Endo notched his first for the club too. Since then, Liverpool have won twice domestically and salvaged a late draw at Luton at the weekend in the Premier League, to leave themselves third in the table.
While the temptation for Jurgen Klopp may be to rotate once more, getting progression wrapped up early will leave two matches where more changes can be made and opportunities handed to fringe players, if the Reds manage to win in France beforehand.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game and all the latest match odds and tips.
When is Toulouse vs Liverpool
Toulouse host Liverpool in the Europa League on Thursday 9 November, with kick-off set for 5:45pm GMT.
Where can I watch it
As with all Uefa competition club fixtures, the game will be broadcast by TNT Sports in the UK. This game is on TNT Sports 1 and can be streamed on the TNT Sports app for subscribers.
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What is the team news
Liverpool winger Luis Diaz was named in the side to face Toulouse in the Europa League less than two hours after news emerged his kidnapped father had been released in Colombia.
Diaz was one of nine changes from Sunday's draw at Luton, which also saw youngsters Jarrell Quansah and Ben Doak start.
Joe Gomez and Alexis Mac Allister were the only two players to retain their places from the weekend.
Liverpool: Kelleher, Gomez, Matip, Quansah, Tsimikas, Elliott, Mac Allister, Endo, Doak, Gakpo, Diaz
Liverpool to get the job done in routine fashion, needing just one more win to secure top spot in the group. Toulouse 1-3 Liverpool.