Liverpool play Wolves on Thursday as they look to take their unbeaten Premier League run to 40 games.
They currently lead the Premier League table by a considerable margin with two games in hand, whilst their opponents are now a whopping 30 behind them in the table.
Wolves have lost each of their last six Premier League meetings with Liverpool, scoring just one goal in that run, since a 1-0 win at Anfield in December 2010.
The Reds haven’t lost away against Wolves in league competition since August 1981. They’ve won three and drawn three of their six visits to Molineux since, keeping a clean sheet in each of the last four.
This will be Wolves’ first-ever Premier League game on a Thursday. Meanwhile, Liverpool have won just 25% of their Premier League games on this day (2/8), their lowest win rate on a specific day in the competition’s history.
Wolves are unbeaten in their last seven home evening kick-offs in the Premier League (7pm or later), winning five and drawing two since a 0-2 loss against Crystal Palace last January.
Liverpool have won each of their last eight evening kick-offs in the Premier League (7pm or later), scoring 31 goals in these games and conceding just six in return.
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Wolves (3-4-3) Lineup vs Liverpool
- R. Patrício
- L. Dendoncker
- C. Coady
- R. Saïss
- M. Doherty
- J. Moutinho
- R. Neves
- J. Castro
- P. Neto
- R. Jiménez
Liverpool (4-3-3) Lineup vs Wolves
- S. Mané
- R. Firmino
- M. Salah
- G. Wijnaldum
- J. Henderson
- V. van Dijk
- J. Gomez
- T. Alexander-Arnold
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