Wolves v Liverpool: match preview

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Wolves’ small squad is stretched to the limit by injuries but Bruno Lage’s team still have the potential to make life difficult for Liverpool. To claim any points Wolves will have to be far more clinical than they have been in a season when they have created – and wasted – plenty of chances. It will be up to Wolves’ valiant defence to ensure that Liverpool, the Premier League’s top scorers, do not put on another lesson in expert finishing. Chances are that Diogo Jota will thrive on his return to Molineux. Paul Doyle

Saturday 3pm

Venue Molineux

Last season Wolves 0 Liverpool 1

Referee Chris Kavanagh

This season G6 Y24 R2 4.33 cards/game

Odds H 7-1 A 1-2 D 4-1


Subs from Moulden, Ruddy, Hoever, Dendoncker, Bueno, Cundle, Campbell, Podence, Silva, Traoré, Bueno

Doubtful Podence (Covid-19)

Injured Jonny (knee, unknown), Mosquera (hamstring, unknown), Neto (knee, unknown), Marçal (Covid-19, unknown), Boly (match fitness, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y26 R01


Leading scorer Hwang 4


Subs from Kelleher, Pitaluga, N Williams, Phillips, Matip, Tsimikas, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Milner, Morton, Origi, Minamino, Gomez, Keïta

Doubtful Gomez (calf), Keïta (hamstring)

Injured Firmino (hamstring, 16 Dec), Jones (eye, unknown), Elliott (ankle, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y17 R0


Leading scorer Salah 13

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