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Wolves and Liverpool prediction match and lineup




The visitors are struggling with a number of injury concerns en route to this match.

Virgil van Dijk, Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota and Arthur Melo are all sidelined with injuries. Meanwhile, Klopp has confirmed that Darwin Nunez is returning. That said, the Uruguayan is unlikely to be at risk here. The Reds are expected to play in a 4-3-3 formation with Alisson Becker in goal.

Trent Alexander Arnold and Andrew Robertson are likely to be used at the back and Joe Gomez will support Ibrahima Konate in the heart of defence.

Jordan Henderson put in a shocking performance against Brighton and is likely to be replaced by Harvey Elliott in the middle of the park. The youngster will work with Fabinho and Thiago Alcantara.

Cody Gakpo is expected to lead the line again with Mohamed Salah and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain either side of him.

Probable lineup (4-3-3): Alisson; Alexandre-Arnold, Gomez, Konate, Robertson; Elliot, Fabinho, Thiago; Salah, Gakpo, chamberlain

players to watch

Mathus Nunes

The Portuguese midfielder excelled against Liverpool last week and could be a key player for Wolves again.

The Reds have been vulnerable in the middle of the park all season and their midfield has been repeatedly overrun by opposition players.

Nunes should have plenty of time and space here and could dictate the pace of play for Wolves.

the forecasts

Wolves 2-1 Liverpool

Liverpool are undoubtedly the best team on paper, but they are sorely lacking in form and confidence at the moment.

The Reds have lost three of their last four home games and it will be a tough game for them. On the other hand, Wolves will be quite optimistic going into this game after their last two appearances: at Anfield and against West Ham. The hosts have the qualities to pull off a positive result here and Hard Tackle are expecting a narrow 2-1 victory for them.

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