LIVERPOOL will wear the ‘Seeing is Believing’ logo on their shirts for tonight’s clash with West Brom at Anfield.

The Reds will be showing their support for sponsors Standard Chartered’s global charitable initiative aimed at tackling avoidable blindness in developing countries.

The limited edition shirts worn by the players will be signed after the match and auctioned off with every pound raised matched by Standard Chartered.

It will be the second time Liverpool have worn the ‘Seeing is Believing’ logo with the final home game of last season against Chelsea generating more than £86,000 for the cause.

Reds MD Ian Ayre said: “We’re once again proud to display the Seeing is Believing logo on our home shirt.

“Since Standard Chartered became the club’s shirt sponsor, we’ve worked closely with them to raise awareness for Seeing is Believing, both in the developing world and here in the UK. It’s a fantastic initiative and we hope to raise as much as possible from the shirts to cure avoidable blindness in developing countries.”

After this evening’s match, fans will be able to bid for the shirts at the official website