Oldham Athletic v Liverpool
The FA Cup with Budweiser
Fourth Round Proper
4pm, Sunday 27 January 2013
Boundary Park, Oldham Athletic FC
Live on ITV1
Winning clubs receive £90,000 from The FA's Prize Fund
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Oldham Athletic have been boosted by the presence of their very own bubble this week - but they'll be looking to burst Liverpool's when they host the seven-time winners at Boundary Park on Sunday.
The big freeze which has hit the nation over the last seven days threatened to affect this weekend's FA Cup schedule, but the match at Oldham looks set to go ahead thanks to the installation of a heated bubble.
Head groundsman Chris Bailey, his staff and the club's supporters worked tirelessly to get rid of the snow at the ground earlier the week before blowing up a bubble, which thawed the Boundary Park pitch.
Liverpool will arrive at the League One club on the back of six wins in nine league games, but Oldham manager Paul Dickov has urged his players to attack the Premier League side and cause a shock.
He said: "If we sit off them, especially with the talent Liverpool have in their side, then we will struggle.
"I have told the players that there is a shock in every round of The Cup and, if there is to be one, let it be us.
"All we can hope for is a bit of luck. We need them to be not quite at their best while we play to our maximum potential."
The two sides are familiar foes - they met in the Third Round Proper stage last season when Liverpool came from behind to win 5-1 - and Dickov is well aware of the quality Brendan Rodgers has at his disposal after last season's tussle at Anfield.
He added: "We know we are up against it as Liverpool have a fantastic squad of top players who can all play in the Premier League. And irrespective of the team they put out, it will be difficult.
"When you are playing against top teams you have to take your chances, something they did and we didn't."
The former Manchester City and Arsenal man also dismissed suggestions the Merseysiders will be fazed by playing a lower-league ground, before urging his players to make the most of playing in front of the TV cameras.
He added: "All I can say is that they are top, top professionals who will be able to handle what is put in front of them.
"It is not often clubs at our level play a Premier League club live on national television so hopefully my players can show everybody what good footballers they are."