Here we arrive at yet another Liverpool game, they seem to be playing every second day and that’s great for Liverpool fans, but not so much for opposing teams.
This will be Liverpool’s fifth game in just 12 days.
That’s a huge amount of games in such a short space of time, you would think a team would begin to tire but The Reds look like they are just getting better and better.
Bet 1: Liverpool to win – 1/4
Liverpool are unbeaten at Anfield since April 23 2017, a huge amount of time without losing and this doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are coming off the back of a massive 4-0 away win v Leicester, in which they produced what was probably their best all-round performance of the season and it’s hard to see just who is going to stop them.
They just seem to be getting better every week and are really hitting their stride as of late, including getting plenty of their much-desired clean sheets.
Wolves have had a decent season so far and are unbeaten in their last 7 games away from home, a very good record in the Premier League, but you have to believe this is where that run comes to an end. It really is very difficult to see Liverpool not winning this, even if they do have some rotation in the squad.
Bet 2: Wolves Under 0.5 goals – 10/11
Wolves have scored in their last 8 league games away from home, but I reckon they are going to be shut out on Sunday.
As we’ve seen in recent interviews with Klopp, he always states just how important clean sheets are to him and the team.
Liverpool may have went through a very frustrating period of not keeping a blank card, but they have managed to secure three consecutive clean sheets in the league and four out of five in all competitions, excluding the cup game against Aston Villa where the kids played.
Back them to have a no-nonsense performance against Wolves on Sunday and win the game to nil.
Bet 3: Mohamed Salah to score first – 11/4
Mo Salah has hit some decent form lately and was very unlucky not to score on Thursday against Leicester.
The Egyptian also got subbed off in the 70th minute, whereas Mane played the full 90.
If there is any rotation for the Wolves game, I believe that Mane will be the player who is benched and given a well-earned rest. Salah, of course, will be hungry to score and will really want to start closing that gap on Jamie Vardy at the top of the Premier League goals charts.
* All odds correct at time of posting.