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The Reds’ four-time dream will be decided by this fixture, Premier League title hopes weigh on Jurgen Klopp’s win and Man City drop points against Aston Villa


Liverpool host Wolves at Anfield in what could be a historic day for the Reds.

The Premier League title is on the line for Jurgen Klopp’s men, but all they can do is beat Wolves and hope Manchester City drop points.

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The quadruple is still on the way for Liverpool

The Reds know that if Steven Gerrard’s side can hold the Citizens level they will be crowned Premier League champions to go along with their Carabao Cup and FA Cup.

If the Reds win and Villa do the business at the Etihad, incredibly, the quadruple will still be alive ahead of the Champions League final next weekend.

Liverpool will be boosted by their incredible record against Wolves, as they have been victorious in the last ten encounters.

Despite an excellent start to the campaign, their opponents have run out of steam in recent weeks and could still finish tenth.

So, you’d think the Reds should be able to do their part against Old Gold, but the pressure can cause problems, and you never know what might happen.

The Reds’ four-time dream will be decided by this fixture, Premier League title hopes weigh on Jurgen Klopp’s win and Man City drop points against Aston Villa

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Bruno Lage will want his team to finish the season well

Liverpool v Wolves: Start date and time

This Premier League clash will take place on Sunday, May 22.

The game at Anfield will start at 4 p.m.

Liverpool v Wolves: TV Channel and Live Stream

This match will be shown on Sky Sports Premier League with coverage from 2.30pm.

Sky Sports customers can stream this live through the app using their mobile devices, tablets or computers.

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Updates will also be live on talkSPORT throughout the afternoon while talkSPORT.com will launch a live blog for all the action.

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The Reds’ four-time dream will be decided by this fixture, Premier League title hopes weigh on Jurgen Klopp’s win and Man City drop points against Aston Villa

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Divock Origi scored a very important goal in a narrow 1-0 win the last time these two met


Liverpool v Wolves: team news

The home side have a few injury concerns to worry about ahead of this massive game.

Joe Gomez is doubtful after suffering a knock against Southampton.

Meanwhile, Klopp has confirmed he won’t take any chances with Mohamed Salah and may choose to save him for the Champions League.

While late form checks will have to be carried out to find out whether Virgil van Dijk and Fabinho have recovered from their respective injuries.

The opposing team should be without Romain Saiss, Nelson Semedo and Max Killman for the trip to Anfield.

Other than that, Wolves have a full squad to choose from and they will be aiming to cause the Reds problems on the final day.

Wolves vs Liverpool: what was said?

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: “It’s been tough but great, a joy to be part of this season. This group is exceptional. In this building, it’s crazy. These people are pure bliss.

“It’s so rare and you can’t plan for it. But the boys did. Fueled by the people here, the fans, it’s a fantastic time.

Wolves manager Bruno Lage: “It’s a pleasure to see how Liverpool play. What Man City and Liverpool do is so difficult for these managers and players, that’s why they are special. Perhaps the best teams in the world.

“It will be exciting to be involved. And to play against a strong team.

Liverpool vs Wolves: Match Stats

  • Liverpool have won each of their last 10 Premier League games against Wolves, including eight clean sheets, since a 1-0 home defeat in December 2010 under Roy Hodgson.
  • Wolves have lost 17 of their last 19 away league matches against Liverpool, winning the other two by a 1-0 scoreline in January 1984 and December 2010.
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six Premier League games under manager Jürgen Klopp (W5 D1), winning the last five in a row. Their last defeat on MD38 came in 2014-15 under Brendan Rodgers, a 6-1 defeat at Stoke City.
  • In their final game of a league season at home, Liverpool are unbeaten in 15 matches (W13 D2) since losing 2-0 to Arsenal in 1988-89 in one of the most famous finals of a league campaign. high flight.
  • Wolves have lost their last game in six of their seven Premier League campaigns, winning the other 2-1 against Sunderland in 2009-10. No current Premier League team has a lower win rate in the final game of the season than Wolves (14%).
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 22 Premier League home games (W17 D5), scoring 53 goals and conceding just 10. If they avoid defeat here, it will be the fifth time they have gone through an entire campaign Premier League without losing at home. , the most common of all teams (Chelsea also 5).
  • Wolves are winless in six Premier League games (D2 L4), their longest run under Bruno Lage. They last had a longer run without a league win between December 2020 and January 2021 (8 games).
  • Wolves have scored just 37 Premier League goals this season but could finish in the top eight in the division. Only two teams have scored less than 40 Premier League goals in a season but finished in the top eight: Fulham in 2008-09 (39 goals, finished 7th) and Burnley in 2017-18 (36, 7th).
  • Liverpool’s Sadio Mane scored six goals on the Premier League final day – only Harry Kane (8) has scored more among players currently playing in the division.
  • Liverpool’s Joel Matip has scored in each of his last two Premier League appearances, as many as in his previous 45 appearances combined. He has only finished on the losing side in three of his last 78 Premier League appearances and has lost just 8% of his games overall (10/125), the lowest ratio of any player with more than 100 games.

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