Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Match Analysis & Prediction
01/03/2023 11:00 pm
Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers will renew hostilities when they face each other in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
The Reds labored to a point in a 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace on Saturday, before which Julen Lopetegui’s men came away from their meeting with Fulham with a point of their own in a 1-1 stalemate.
Liverpool was shell-shocked after losing to Real Madrid 5-2 on their patch and could not shake off the cobwebs when they met Crystal Palace in a Premier League match on Saturday, as both sets of supporters left the stadium without getting their money’s worth.
Diogo Jota, Jean-Philippe Mateta, and Mohamed Salah rattled the woodwork three times, but neither team looked like scoring in London, quickly ending Liverpool’s purple patch in which they saw off the threat of Everton and Newcastle United.
Wolves suffered a late defeat at Craven Cottage on Friday night after Fulham’s super-sub Solomon scored with 64 minutes on the clock.
The Israeli attacker has been instrumental off the bench for Slavisa Jokanovic’s side this season, curling home a delightful equalizer with 64 minutes on the clock to deny Wolves back-to-back away wins in the Premier League.
The side took seven points from their four fixtures in February, allowing the West Midlands crop to create breathing space between themselves and the drop zone.
Liverpool vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers Head to head
Both sides have 19 games against each other with hosts taking thirteen wins while visitors with four wins and two draws.
Liverpool Team News
Despite recovering from a shoulder injury in time to face Real Madrid, Darwin Nunez experienced a fresh bout of pain before the draw with Palace and could not take part at Selhurst Park. Thiago Alcantara and Calvin Ramsay are also expected to miss out against Spurs on Wednesday.
Liverpool's Last 5 Matches
Wolverhampton Wanderers Team News
Wolves lost midfielder Matheus Cunha to an ankle injury in their match against Fulham. The results of his MRI scan have not come through yet, but Cunha will surely miss the trip to Anfield alongside Hwang Hee-chan, Sasa Kalajdzic, and Chiquinho. Boubacar Traore is closing in on a return from a groin injury and has a slim chance of making the squad for this one.
Wolverhampton Wanderers's Last 5 Matches
Liverpool vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers: Odds and Predictions
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