Liverpool will be battling the Ligue 1 side following a disappointing 1-1 draw away to Luton Town in the Premier League. The Reds were close to leaving Kenilworth Road with no points but thanks to a 95th-minute header from Luiz Díaz, they escaped with a point.
While they weren't in the best of form against the newly promoted side, Liverpool have been pretty much perfect in Europe with three wins in three games. They've scored 10 goals and conceded just two goals during their Europa League campaign as they look to add the trophy to Jürgen Klopp's ever-increasing collection of silverware at Anfield.
The Reds will surely be confident ahead of the trip to Toulouse who they trashed 5-1 at home last month after the stellar performance against the struggling Ligue 1 outfit.
They sit 12th in the French league and are without a win in their last four games in all competitions having lost 3-0 away to Montpellier in their last outing. Toulouse are struggling to reach the heights of last season where they won the Coupe de France in what was their first-ever top-flight title.
They've won just two league games so far this season which is the third-joint lowest amount of victories in the league. Despite their poor form, they sit third in Group E with four points as a chance remains for them to progress to the next stage of the competition.
While even a loss against Liverpool will still provide a chance for them to qualify for the knockout stages, granted they defeat Union Saint-Gillioise and LASK in their last two games, they'll be hyped for the game against one of the world's biggest clubs arriving in their stomping ground.
LFC Globe Verdict
Liverpool's Europa League has impressed this season and has rarely been in danger against their opposition as I expect another victory from the Reds who'll leave Toulouse with a 2-0 triumph in the bag.