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Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Predictions & Betting Tips: Fans’ Return To Watch The Champions

Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Betting

Anfield is finally opening up for fans again as 2000 reds return to watch the reign Champions for the first time since Jordan Henderson lifted the trophy in July. Liverpool have 64 league games unbeaten at Anfield and will, of course, hope to add to that as Wolverhampton comes to visit on Sunday night.

06th December 2020 – 19:15

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Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Betting Tips


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Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Predictions & Tips

Liverpool To Win By 1 Goal Margin

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Wolves took an impressive victory away to Arsenal last weekend, but much of the headlines was of course regarding Raul Jimenez’ horrible injury. The Mexican striker are feeling better but will most likely miss out on a few more weeks after that nasty collision with David Luiz.

Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence led the attack in style in his absence and against Liverpool on Sunday they will hope to cause more problems as Liverpool, once again, are forced to field a defensive set-up that is far from what would be counted as regular.

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With Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk already out to injuries, Liverpool have now also lost Alisson Becker in goal for a few weeks after a minor hamstring problem. Kelleher came in and played a fantastic game on Tuesday against Ajax, but it’s of course not the perfect situation for Klopp with all the injuries lining up one after the other. Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in all their home games in the league this season, but they’ve also been 1-0 down in three of them so far, with the only clean sheet at Anfield (in the league) coming last weekend against Leicester.

We hope we’ll see a very open and well-played game between two sides that have the qualities of “playing” football and we think that’ll pay off with both teams scoring through the game.

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We think it’ll be tight and tough on Sunday, but Liverpool at home are always a heavy opponent, and we can not underestimate the fact that 2000 fans, with 1500 of them on The Kop, will return to the stands on Sunday.

We think Liverpool will come out on top, but we believe it will be by a small margin and back Liverpool to win with a winning margin on 1. 2-1 have already been the case in two of the league games at Anfield and could maybe be the case again on Sunday?

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Q. What time is kick-off for the Liverpool vs Wolverhampton game?

Sunday 19:15

Q. What ground is the Liverpool vs Wolverhampton played at?

Anfield

Q. What are the odds on Liverpool winning?

1/2 (Odds subject to chance)

Q. What are the odds on Wolverhampton winning?

11/2 (Odds subject to change)

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Born and raised in London, John has always been in love with sport. He started successfully his own blog back in 2006, while writing for football in several newspaper. John has also worked with several betting operators as sports trader and has joined BettingTips4You.com since the start in 2013. John is now head of the content team at BettingTips4You.com.