Rossiter
Rossiter will have a chance against Bolton.Reuters

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed he will rotate his line-up for the FA Cup fourth-round tie against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday 23 January – while 17-year-old Jordan Rossiter will have another chance to prove his worth.

After a difficult star to the campaign following Luis Suarez's move to Barcelona, the Merseysiders have started the new year in better shape.

Rodger's side have indeed only lost once in their last 15 games and put in one of their best performances with the 1-1 draw with Premier League leaders Chelsea in the first leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final last Tuesday.

The manager looks to have found the balance with a 3-4-3 formation and is likely to keep it for Bolton's visit to Anfield.

Rodgers said he will rest some of his starting 11 ahead of next Tuesday's crucial return leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final against the Blues.

"We'll make some changes, but it's a game we want to win and we want to progress into the next round. I'll do what I've done right the way through the season and look at our squad. We've got some very good players and we'll look to make changes, but not too many," Rodgers told the Liverpool official website.

"It's always a balance between consistency and rotation, but it's something we're comfortable with. We'll make changes this weekend, but it shouldn't disrupt the flow of our play."

With Daniel Sturridge still out, Mario Balotelli and Glen Johnson may have the chance to return to action following a spell on the sidelines while Rodgers confirmed teenager Rossiter will be also involved at some point in the game.

"He will be involved. We've got some very good young players that, over the next couple of years, you'll get to see more of.

"They really fit in with the work. Alex Inglethorpe does a wonderful job at the Academy in terms of aligning the players to the philosophy and how we want to work here.

"They train and work a lot with the first team. There's a great relationship there between both. In the next few years we'll see the fruits of that."