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Liverpool v Wolves Preview: Team News, Form Guide And TV Info

Liverpool v Wolves Preview: Team News, Form Guide And TV Info
Kevin Dowling
By Kevin Dowling
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Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool welcomes Julen Lopetegui's Wolves in what will be their fourth game against each other this season. Here is everything you should now about this Liverpool v Wolves game.

When is Liverpool v Wolves?

The game will be played on Wednesday the 1st of March at 8pm. It will he held in Liverpool's Anfield Stadium.

Due to FIFA's blackout rule, the Premier League has chosen to not broadcast this game.

Form Guide

Both teams have not lived up to their expectations. Liverpool and Wolverhampton are not in the place they wanted to be in the league at this stage of the season.


The Reds sit in the seventh place in the table entering this game. Their hopes of winning the title are now gone and they are fighting for a European spot.


Sitting more than twenty points behind league leaders Arsenal, this is a season to forget for Liverpool.

Klopp's men have not been consistent in their results. They were knocked out of all domestic cups and they lost the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions league at home to Real Madrid 5-2. It is crucial that this team must now have all their attention towards the league.


In their last Premier League game against Crystal Palace (0-0), Liverpool did not manage to score against a very well organised Palace side. Their lack of finishing has proven costly as that is the main reason they are in the middle of the table.

They are five points off a guaranteed place in the Europa League group stage. A win could get them closer to Europe however a defeat could make them go down to 9th position in the table if results go against them in other matches. Brighton and Brentford are only one point behind the reds and could sneak ahead if they both win their next games.

On the injury side, Thiago Alcantara and Luis Diaz will not be featuring in this game. Darwin Nunez, Ibrahima Konaté and Joe Gomez are also unlikely to play as they are not one hundred percent fit.



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