This week sees the beginning of the third round of the 2022/23 FA Cup, with Premier League sides taking their place in the competition.
Some of the best matchups include Manchester United v Everton, Manchester City v Chelsea, and Liverpool v Wolves.
When Is Liverpool V Wolves On?
The two Premier League sides meet on Saturday 6 Jan at Anfield (kick-off 20.00)
How To Watch Liverpool V Wolves?
The game will be shown live on ITV 4, with coverage starting at 19.15.
You can also view the match live on ITVX, the channel's online player.
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Liverpool's resurgent league form was brutally torn asunder during their 3-1 loss to Brentford on Monday, and the prevailing opinion among some fans is that their is a mini-crisis in the club due to a lacklustre defence - made worse with a serious injury to Virgil van Dijk - and a lack of options in midfield.
However, spirits may be lifted as their new star signing Cody Gakpo is available to make his debut for the club.
Wolves are languishing in a nasty 19th position in the Premier League, but they have shown vast improvements under new manager Julen Lopetegui, with four points from their last three matches.
Similar to their opponents, they also have a new star signing - Brazil's Matheus Cunha - ready to make his first start for his new team.
What The Managers Are Saying
Jurgen Klopp on Cody Gakpo: "He looks really promising and fit. The sessions are intense for him because they're different. I'm very positive about him. Coming from a new league is always difficult, but we expect a positive impact."
"There have been easier moments to sign for Liverpool. This year we can't guarantee CL football, but Cody never asked. He knew the decision. He can see the table. But he wants to push the train, that always helps."
Julen Lopetegui on his side's quick turnaround compared to Liverpool: "They have had five days, I prefer not to repeat it. We have to be ready. Despite the situation we have to prepare for the cup in the best way we can.
“It’s very important but Liverpool have had two days more to prepare and rest.