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Preview | September 10
Wolves played well in their last match against Southampton, and head to Anfield full of confidence to play a Liverpool team that drew Everton 0-0. Wolves cannot rest on their laurels since they lost 1-3 the last time they squared off with the Reds. Wolves will hope that this latest instalment improves their bad history against Liverpool. Wolves have only secured one Premier League win against Liverpool in their last sixteen attempts.
Due to impressive form, Liverpool have moved up to 7th in the table. Liverpool are one of the most attacking teams in the league and the stats back this up. Their average xG (expected goals) of 2.1 is the 2nd highest in the league. Fabinho will come into the match confidence he can win his defensive battles. His form is impressive and he's averaged 1.4 tackles per match in his last 5. Roberto Firmino will be looking to keep up the creativity after recording 3 assists in their last 5 matches.
Wolves are a side feeling up rather than down. They come into this game unbeaten in their previous 3 matches. They've overcome a below average scoring attack. Their average xG (expected goals) of 1 is 6th lowest in the league. Opponents have found it hard to get past José Sá in recent weeks. The keeper has made 14 excellent saves in his last 5 games, conceding just two goals. The team heads upwards, but Daniel Podence's involvement may be of note. He has received just 7 touches inside the box in their last 5.
Prediction: Liverpool 4-1 Wolves
It's hard to see how Wolves will keep a freescoring Liverpool at bay, and they don't seem to have the firepower of late to do much damage themselves.
Did you know? The most common scoreline between the two teams in Premier League history is 1-0, which has occurred 4 times.
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Report | September 3
0 - 0
Everton and Liverpool had to settle for a point apiece after a drab encounter at Goodison Park. Neither team was really able to get anything going in the contest, which certainly wasn't one for the neutral. A draw was the right result in the end and both sides will be hoping to produce a bit more creative spark next time out.
For Liverpool, Kostas Tsimikas didn't let the opposition rest, getting 8 crosses into the box. Positives for the Reds? Their superior passing game was clear for all to see; they completed 466 passes compared to the Toffees' 306.
Everton are becoming the league's draw specialists. Meanwhile, Liverpool's run of wins comes to an end.
|Earned a clean sheet||Earned a clean sheet|
|Saved 8 shots||Saved 4 shots|
Next up, Everton face the daunting prospect of high-flying Arsenal on Sunday, September 11th. While Liverpool will look to pick up three points against Wolves on Saturday, September 10th. Can the Toffees pick up a long awaited three points? Will the Reds continue to climb the table?
Report | August 31
2 - 1
|Roberto Firmino 61||Alexander Isak 38|
|Fabio Carvalho 90|
Alexander Isak began the scoring for Newcastle in the 38th minute following some good work by Sean Longstaff. Liverpool's Roberto Firmino then responded with a tying goal in the 61st minute. Fabio Carvalho then netted a 90th minute strike to give Liverpool the win.
Trent Alexander-Arnold continually probed down the flank, getting 11 crosses into the box. The Reds' technical superiority contributed to their win as they completed 360 more passes than the Magpies.
It's another win for Liverpool as they make it two on the bounce. Meanwhile, Newcastle break their drawing streak, but not in the way they'd like.
|Roberto Firmino||Alexander Isak|
|Blocked 4 shots (1st in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
|Took 5 shots (10th in the Premier League)||Drew 1 foul (3rd on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. Liverpool meet old enemies Everton for a heated clash at Goodison Park, while Newcastle meet Palace at St. James' Park. Can the Reds make it three wins in a row? Will the Magpies put this disappointment behind them?
Report | August 27
9 - 0
|Luis Díaz 3, 85|
|Harvey Elliott 6|
|Trent Alexander-Arnold 28|
|Roberto Firmino 31, 62|
|Virgil van Dijk 45|
|Chris Mepham 46 [OG]|
|Fabio Carvalho 80|
Luis Díaz netted the first goal of the match for Liverpool in the 3rd minute after being assisted by Roberto Firmino. After the first goal, Liverpool proceeded to add on 8 more goals on the way to a 9 goal thrashing of Bournemouth.
Trent Alexander-Arnold continually probed down the flank, getting 11 crosses into the box. The Reds' passing prowess allowed them to register 389 more passes than the Cherries and come away with all three points.
Liverpool are back in business as they take all three points. Meanwhile, Bournemouth come away with yet another loss.
|Roberto Firmino||Trent Alexander-Arnold|
|2 goals scored||Earned a clean sheet|
|Had 4 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)||11 crosses (5th in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Wednesday, August 31st. Liverpool hope to rise to the challenge of a high-flying Newcastle side, while Bournemouth have a crucial game against Wolves. Can the Reds win again? Will the Cherries halt their terrible form?
Report | August 22
2 - 1
|Jadon Sancho 16||Mohamed Salah 81|
|Marcus Rashford 53|
Jadon Sancho put Man United 1-0 up in the 16th minute. Man United's Marcus Rashford then added one more in the 53rd minute. Mohamed Salah got Liverpool within one score with an 81st minute strike, but Man United held on for three points.
For Liverpool, Trent Alexander-Arnold pushed hard to create chances, but his 11 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Reds' passing superiority wasn't enough to get them all three points, clocking up 337 more completed passes than United.
Man United get back to winning ways. Meanwhile, Liverpool's quest for three points continues.
|Marcus Rashford||Mohamed Salah|
|Blocked 2 shots (5th in the Premier League)||3 corners won (3rd in the Premier League)|
|Took 5 shots (7th in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
Both squads play next on Saturday, August 27th. Man United take on Southampton at St. Mary's, while Liverpool take on Bournemouth at Anfield. Can this be the start of a winning streak for United? Will the Reds put this disappointment behind them?
Report | August 15
1 - 1
|Luis Díaz 61||Wilfried Zaha 32|
Wilfried Zaha got the opener for Palace in the 32nd minute. Liverpool's Luis Díaz retaliated with a tying goal in the 61st minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.
The threat came from out wide, with Trent Alexander-Arnold registering 10 crosses, while Darwin Núñez only touched the ball 19 times, cutting a frustrated figure up front. Despite losing, the Reds were dominant in the passing game, completing a massive 451 more passes than the Eagles.
Back-to-back draws for Liverpool. Meanwhile, Palace continue their string of mixed results.
|Luis Díaz||Wilfried Zaha|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|5 tackles won (1st in the game)||1 corner won (1st on their team)|
Next up, Liverpool meet rivals Man United for a showdown at Old Trafford on Monday, August 22nd. While Palace meet Villa at Selhurst Park on Saturday, August 20th. Can the Reds make it three consecutive draws? Will the Eagles improve their form?
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