Liverpool looks keen on making their way back into the top four this week in the Premier League when they face Wolverhampton Wanderers. The match schedules for Monday at Molineux Stadium with a kickoff at 11 pm.
The champions fall from grace and currently sit eight on the table after a dreadful start. The side now sits eight points clear of their opponents following a peak of performance in recent weeks.
It was a moment of celebration in the reverse fixture when the two sides met in the reverse fixture just over three months ago, with 2,000 fans allowed back at Anfield. The side run riot with a 4-0 win, which leaves them at the top of the table.
Fast forward to the present day; fans remain banned from attending, while Liverpool with six losses in their last seven Premier League matches. The side currently finds themselves 25 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City.
After booking a spot in the Champions League quarter finals after a 2-0 home win at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, Jurgen Klopp might contend with it. Nuno Espirito’s side is winless in their last three outings.
Their only loss at Manchester City is their only defeat in their last seven league outings, having lost four of their previous six and have gone eight matches without a win before that.
Wolves vs. Liverpool Head to Head
Both sides have 13 games against each other, with Wolves with three wins while Liverpool with nine wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Aston Villa 0-0 Wolves
Man City 4-1 Wolves
Newcastle 1-1 Wolves
Wolves 1-0 Leeds United
Southampton 1-2 Wolves
Liverpool 2-0 RB Leipzig
Liverpool 0-1 Fulham
Sheffield United 0-2 Liverpool
Liverpool 0-2 Everton
Leicester City 3-1 Liverpool
Wolves Team News
Nuno Espirito remains without Raul Jimenez, while Monday’s game comes too soon for Fernando Marcal and Daniel Podence. Fabio Silva pushes for a recall while Willian Jose waits for his first Wolves goal.
Liverpool Team News
Roberto Firmino faces a late fitness issue ahead of this match, having missed the last two games with a knee injury. Consistency in the backline is a major issue for Klopp, who might choose Nat Philips and Ozan Kabak. Fabinho resumes his role in midfield after making it back during their midweek encounter.
Prediction and Odds
It is a matter of time till Liverpool changes their poor run of form in league with time running out.
Both Teams to Score
Goals Over 2.5