Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are aiming for a fourth straight victory when they take on an improving Wolves side at Molineux on Saturday
Liverpool will look to keep up the chase on table-toppers Chelsea and extend their winning run to four matches when they travel to Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday in the Premier League.
The Reds have scored four goals in their last three victories in the league and most recently defeated Everton 4-1 in the Merseyside derby on Wednesday night to remain within two points of Thomas Tuchel’s side.
Wolves have had an impressive turnaround since the start of the season and have climbed to fifth, just three points outside the top four.
Both sides are struggling with a number of injury concerns ahead of this fixture, while some squad rotation could also take place to help freshen things up.
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When is Wolves vs Liverpool?
Wolves vs Liverpool will kick-off at 3pm on Saturday, December 4, at Molineux Stadium.
The last meeting between the two sides came back in March when Diogo Jota scored on the stroke of half-time against his former club to hand Liverpool all three points in a 1-0 victory.
How to watch
The match will not be televised live in the UK as it falls under the blackout regulations but highlights will be available on Match of the Day at 22:30. This is also available to stream via iPlayer and the iPlayer app.
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Bruno Lage currently has seven of his players out through injury ahead of this game with Liverpool but he is boosted by the return of Ruben Neves from suspension.
Daniel Podence will hopefully have recovered from Covid-19 in time, but the same cannot be said for Fernando Marcal who has recently tested positive.
Jonny Otto (knee), Pedro Neto (knee) and Yerson Mosquera (thigh) all remain out with their long-term injuries, while Hugo Bueno (thigh) and Willy Boly have also joined that list.
Jurgen Klopp has no fresh injury worries ahead of this game and it looks as though he will remain with the same squad from Wednesday as five players are still out.
Naby Keita (thigh) and Joe Gomez (calf) aren’t expected back until next week and Roberto Firmino (thigh) still needs at least a fortnight until he becomes involved again.
There is still uncertainty over how long Curtis Jones will remain out as he recovers from his freak eye injury, while Harvey Elliott (ankle) is ruled out for the foreseeable future.