Preview: Liverpool vs Wolves – What Channel Is it on? Time? Predicted Line-ups and More

The game will not be shown live in the UK.

It has become a regular fixture for Liverpool facing Wolves Liverpool’s 4th meeting with Wolves in their last 11 games.. Of them games, Liverpool have won one 1-0 and drew 2-2 in the FA Cup with Wolves winning the game at Molinuex Stadium. Liverpool were on the receiving end on of a 3-0 drubbing. Since the loss, the Reds have been hit and miss with positive results against Everton and Newcastle winning both games 2-0. However, after the Newcastle win Liverpool lost 5-2 at home to Real Madrid followed by an underwhelming 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace. Besides this, there are still positives to take with the Reds collecting three premier league clean sheets in a row for the first time this season.

Since the arrival of Julen Lopetegui Wolves have drastically improved. They currently sit in 15th place having only lost 2 of the last 7 in the Premier League games. They have welcomed a few shrewd signings such as Matheus Cunha, Pablo Sarabia, and Craig Dawson.

Wolves are relying on a late fitness test with Cunha with the Lopetegui saying “tomorrow we are going to decide whether he can play or not because he’s better.” Besides Cunha’s injury concern and Wolves have long-term injuries to Hee-Hwang Chan, Sasa Kalajdzic, and Chiquinho.Boubacar Troare’s will have a late fitness test.

Liverpool on the other hand have received positive news with the likes of Darwin Núñez and Ibrahima Konaté returning to full-team training. It looks likely that Núñez will be included in the starting XI. Thiago is said to be “in rehab”. Klopp has said Luis Diaz “looks all really good, but not in team training yet.” Joe Gomez is also out with a “muscle injury”.

Time And Channel UK:

The game will be kicking off at 20:00. It will not be shown live in the UK.

Predicted line-ups:

Liverpool:

Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konaté, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Elliot, Bajčetić, Salah, Firmino, Núñez

Wolves:

Sá, Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Bueno, Neves, Lemina, Sarabia, Nunes, Podence, Cunha

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