Liverpool vs Wolves: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Top-four chasing Liverpool welcome Wolves to Anfield in the Premier League on Wednesday just three-and-a-half weeks after their 3-0 capitulation in the Black Country (8pm kick-off, UK time).
Liverpool vs Wolves: Betting tips
- Pablo Sarabia to score or assist @13/5 with Paddy Power
- Darwin Nunez 4+ shots on target @6/1 with Parimatch
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Liverpool vs Wolves: Predictions
Liverpool vs Wolves: Predictions
|BTTS?||Yes||5/6 with Matchbook|
|Correct score||2-1||8/1 with Bet UK|
|First Goalscorer||Mohamed Salah||19/5 with Midnite|
Indeed, Liverpool looked to have got their season back on track with successive wins over Everton in the Merseyside Derby and top-four rivals Newcastle, but their form just came to a brief halt over the weekend as Klopp’s men played out a 0-0 stalemate with Crystal Palace. They are now nine points below fourth-placed Tottenham, but The Reds do have two games in hand.
Wolves, meanwhile, followed up their 3-0 demolition job on Liverpool by beating Southampton 2-1 despite playing the majority of the match with 10 men. However, since then, Julen Lopetegui’s side have lost to Bournemouth and drawn with Fulham, leaving them just three points above the relegation zone.
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Liverpool vs Wolves match stats
Pablo Sarabia could prove one of the signings of the January window if he continues with his fine form in the Premier League. The former PSG attacker has created more chances (seven), had more shots on target (three) and played more passes into the box (29) than any other Wolves player since his debut.
For Liverpool, Darwin Nunez has started to showcase a bit of elite form in recent outings, following his strike versus Newcastle and a world-class flick against Real Madrid in the Champions League last week. In fact, only Erling Haaland (43), Harry Kane (42) and Marcus Rashford (31) have had more shots on target than the Uruguayan in the Premier League this term.
Liverpool vs Wolves: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Liverpool 2-1 Wolves
Recommended bet8:00 pm Wednesday March 01
- Bookmaker Odds Betting Tip
- 8/1 Claim Here
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Liverpool vs Wolves head-to-head
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Craig Dawson — playing in his first game for the club — and Ruben Neves both scored for Wolves in their victory over Liverpool last month — with Joel Matip also scoring an own goal. The last Wolves player to score both home and away league goals against The Reds during the same season was John Richards way back in 1972/73.
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