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Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League

Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League Liverpool will face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the last weekend's Premier League match, at Anfield Stadium on Sunday (05/12/2019). This duel became the determination of the fate of the Reds in winning the league 2018-2019. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League


Currently, the Reds are still ranked second in the standings with a value of 94. They are one point behind Manchester City, which occupies the top position. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

With a match that leaves one more match, victory over Wolverhampton is a must for Liverpool if they want to win the championship trophy in the Premier League era for the first time. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

However, the fate of the Red squad embraced the title also determined Manchester City match against Brighton on the same day, at The American Express Community Stadium. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

If you beat Brighton, the Citizens will embrace the trophy while maintaining the Premier League title. However, if Manchester City is arrested or even loses to The Seagulls, Liverpool are entitled to the championship trophy and finish the fasting title in the league for 29 years. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

Dueling against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Liverpool are in high confidence. The reason, they managed to qualify for the Champions League final after getting rid of the Spanish giants, Barcelona, ​​with a 4-3 aggregate. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

In the first leg of the Champions League semifinals at Camp Nou, May 1 2019, they lost 0-3 to El Barca. However, in the second meeting at Anfield Stadium, 7 May 2019, Liverpool surprisingly managed to rise up and silence Los Cules with a score of 4-0. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.
The Reds also hope the miracle will repeat this weekend. The victory over Wolverhampton, while on the other hand Manchester City surrendered from Brighton, will make the Reds to the top of the standings as well as the Premier League champions this season. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.
"This is a miraculous week for us, where we get extraordinary moments of football. From our perspective, if we can get a big moment this weekend, it will be very good," said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

"This week is still not over. The match on Sunday still counts, where we will fight for it. However, we know nothing has changed ahead of this match," Klopp said. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

Although determined to gain three full points, Liverpool are predicted not to be easy to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers. Because, of the last four meetings, the Reds won two wins and swallowed two defeats from the Wolves. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

In addition, Wolverhampton is also in high confidence. They have not lost in the last four matches, with details of three wins and one draw. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

Nuno Espirito Santo's club was determined to continue the slick trend, while at the same time breaking Liverpool's dream to end the wait for winning the league which had been going on for almost three decades. Match Preview Liverpool v Wolves Premier League.

"The players are aware of the match and they want to compete as usual. We don't think of other things. We prepare ourselves in exactly the same way as we always do," said Espirito Santo.

"There are no exceptions. There are no matches where we do not prepare ourselves in the same way, with the same details, and the same approach, so we will not change that in the final match of the season," he explained.



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