Wolves Vs Liverpool – Predictions And Match Preview

Wolves Vs Liverpool – Predictions And Match Preview

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Wolves vs Liverpool – Liverpool face Wolverhampton Wanderers in their Third-Round replay at Molineux tonight (Tuesday, January 17), risking their FA Cup title defence.

In their first meeting, Julen Lopetegui’s team drew 2-2 at Anfield, although they would have been disappointed not to have qualified.

Wolves center-back Toti felt he had eliminated FA Cup champions Liverpool at Anfield on January 7, but the offside flag was raised and VAR failed to help him.

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Before the camera angle dispute, Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah, Hwang Hee-chan, and Goncalo Guedes scored in the Merseyside thriller, giving Wolves a second chance to eliminate one of the big boys.

Wolves lost to Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup quarterfinals four days after holding Liverpool, but they returned to Premier League action on Saturday with a 1-0 victory over West Ham United, thanks to a beautiful goal from Daniel Podence.

Wolves vs Liverpool – Betting Analysis

16th-placed Wolves are two points clear of the dotted line in the Premier League after scoring in their last four games, ending a four-game losing streak in all competitions.

Liverpool travel south with more than one point to prove after Wolves’ two FA Cup Third-Round eliminations since 2016 came in replays after opening stalemates.

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Jurgen Klopp looked sad as Brighton beat his team 3–0 on Saturday afternoon. Brighton outplayed, outclassed, and destroyed his team.

After getting to halftime at 0-0, the floodgates opened as Solly March scored twice and Danny Welbeck finished off the Reds, who can forget about a top-four charge as they fight to even stay in Europe.

Liverpool is now ranked eighth, seven points behind the top four teams. They have lost three straight games in all competitions and given up eight goals, making it seven games since they last kept a clean sheet.

In the past 11 seasons, the reigning FA Cup champions have only lost one third-round match, to Wolves in 2018-19. The Wolves also eliminated the Reds in round four of the 2016-17 season.

Liverpool had won seven straight league games against Wolves until this month’s tie, but Klopp’s unfavorable sentiments on replays may soften if history favours the Reds.

Wolves vs Liverpool: Head-to-Head


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