Liverpool will look to take revenge on Wolves after they sunk to a 3-0 thrashing at the Molineux as recently as the 4th February. A Joel Matip own goal, Craig Dawson and Ruben Neves heightened the pressure on Jurgen Klopp, and their fortunes haven’t turned since. They beat Everton and Newcastle convincingly, before an embarrassing 5-2 defeat to Real Madrid and a dull goalless draw vs Palace. This will be a real test against a Wolves side that seem to be well into their turnaround under Julen Lopetegui already.
Below, I’ve assembled my latest Premier League stats pack which features the inside track on a number of metrics from Liverpool and Wolves’ top flight campaigns to date. Use the info below along with the tips in my Stats Pack Guide to construct savvier bet builders for the game.