Liverpool face a tough away test against Wolves on Saturday afternoon, aiming for a fourth straight Premier League victory.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have been on fire since they lost 3-2 in West Ham last month and won four on bounces in all competitions. A 2-0 victory over Porto in the Champions League has ended in three big domestic wins, where the Reds have put four past Arsenal, Southampton and Everton.
Their free-floating attacking football may, however, be questioned at Molineux. Bruno Lages Wolves have now played three games without conceding a goal, even though they have to start finding the net again, after failing to score two goals.
Here’s who Klopp could line up in this.
Strength in the back / Visionhaus / GettyImages
Alisson (GK) – Enjoying a really good campaign so far, having already kept a clean sheet of seven in the Premier League.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (RB) – Ten assists and one goal in his last ten matches for club and country – try to leave him out.
Ibrahima Konate (CB) – Joel Matip started against Everton but Konate could be replaced here, having played so well against Southampton and Porto in recent weeks.
Virgil van Dijk (CB) – Great to see him in full form and typically colossal in the heart of Liverpool’s back line. Set for the 15th Premier League start of the promotion.
Andrew Robertson (LB) – Has been in good shape lately and registered three assists during his last two games.
Jordan Henderson celebrates goal against Everton last / Laurence Griffiths / GettyImages
Jordan Henderson (CM) – Have a good season. After another excellent performance against Everton last time, Henderson should be set to lead the Reds again here.
Fabinho (CM) – A crucial component for the Liverpool team, the Brazilian will hope for a fifth league start in this.
Thiago Alcantara (CM) – Looks really like home in a Liverpool shirt now and has been a joy to see in recent weeks.
Good luck to Wolves / Alex Livesey / GettyImages
Mohamed Salah (RW) – His support at Everton made it 19 goals and seven assists in 19 games for the season – completely insatiable.
Diogo Jota (ST) – Got the winner in this match in March and, after getting four in his previous three matches, he hopes for something similar against his previous employers.
Sadio Mane (LW) – Mane completes Klopp’s terrifying attacking trio, who is looking for a first goal in four games.
You can read 90mins preview of Wolves vs Liverpool here. You can read Wolve’s predicted lineup here.
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